IMVAC 2019 Middle East Conference to be held in Abu Dhabi in 2019
The 2019 International Machine Vibration Analysis & Condition Monitoring (IMVAC) Middle East conference will be held in Abu Dhabi, UAE April 9-12, 2019.
Mobius Institute, the premier provider of reliability improvement, condition monitoring and vibration analysis training, certification and professional conferences today announced that its 2019 International Machine Vibration Analysis & Condition Monitoring (IMVAC) Middle East conference will be held at the Westin Abu Dhabi Golf Resort & Spa on April 9-12, 2019. IMVAC is a popular condition monitoring conference for industrial plant professionals having a focus on machinery health monitoring. Topic areas of the conference include vibration analysis, infrared imaging (IR thermography), oil analysis, wear particle analysis, motor testing, ultrasound analysis, precision lubrication, alignment, balancing, and reliability improvement.
IMVAC holds four conferences each year. Launched in 2016, IMVAC conferences have been held worldwide in Singapore, Dubai, Gold Coast, Antwerp and Orlando. The IMVAC event is held in the Middle East every two years, with its previous event being held in Dubai in 2017.
- Condition Monitoring is foundational to a sustainable reliability program, topics on Condition Monitoring have become rare and practitioners have few opportunities to learn from others in the field outside their own company, said Jason Tranter, founder and CEO, Mobius Institute.
- IMVAC was specifically created for vibration analysts, condition monitoring specialists and reliability professionals. We are pleased to return to the Middle East to provide a quality conference where active professionals can learn and meet.
To learn more about IMVAC, visit www.imvacconference.com .
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