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As many as 60 to 80 percent of all bearing failures (catastrophic, functional and premature) are lubrication-related: whether it’s poor lubricant selection, poor application, lubricant contamination or lubricant degradation. In addition to selecting the correct lubricant, use UE Systems’ ultrasound instruments to identify a lack of lubrication and prevent over lubrication conditions.
The newest Adash VA3 Pro vibration analyzer makes your predictive maintenance easier. The VA3 Pro is a light weight one handed operation device suitable for non-experienced persons as well as professional Vibration analysts.
Texas-based T.F. Hudgins Inc. has announced the merger with Charleston, South Carolina-based Allied Reliability, Inc. The merger combines the domain expertise and resources of leading companies focused on improving the reliability and performance of a broad range of high-value assets operating in a variety of applications. By providing unique and integrated asset reliability and protection solutions, customers will benefit from an expanded portfolio of hardware, software and value-added services.
Siemens is bringing a new product family of thermistor motor protection relays onto the market. The Sirius 3RN2 replaces the preceding 3RN1 series, and with widths of only 17.5 and 22.5 millimeters these relays require less space in a control cabinet.
SDT has launched a new global website: www.sdtultrasound.com. The new website is full of interesting resources designed to help new users understand the power of SDT’s unique condition monitoring technologies.
The 2016 European Week for Safety and Health at Work - 24 to 28 October - a key part of the Healthy Workplaces for All Ages Campaign, starts today. Through the hundreds of events taking place across Europe this week, the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) and its network of partners stress the importance of ensuring safe and healthy conditions throughout working life.
In order to succeed, Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) solutions need several technological layers. More
importantly, IIoT needs to be closely knit to the actual business needs. Only then can new technologies
improve company business.
Airborne and structure-borne ultrasound has been around for more than 50 years. In the technology’s early days, the main application was compressed air leak detection. Today more maintenance and reliability personnel have begun to use ultrasound technology for more than just compressed air leak detection.
Conditioned-based maintenance (CBM) is essential for electric utilities and most utilities have initiatives and investments to realize these goals. The use of thermography is a well-proven technique for monitoring conditions and detecting faults in electrical equipment.