Plants are stepping up their efforts to monitor the condition of key assets to identify potential problems before they effect operational performance, damage equipment or lead to costly downtime. In this recent Webinar, Chemical Processing editors and industry experts discussed condition monitoring strategies and solutions for improving operational performance. Watch this Webinar, now available on-demand, in which we discussed:
Watch this Webinar, now available on-demand, in which we discussed:
- * Process Weibull analysis as a way of linking defect elimination to capturing portions of the hidden plant
- * How condition monitoring can be used as an enabler to improving operational effectiveness
- * Vibration monitoring – a cornerstone of condition monitoring – including discussion of faults that can be detected using vibration monitoring
- * Key tools and solutions that will enhance your operations, optimize efficiencies, improve asset life and improve overall reliability.
- * What you need to do to bring your condition monitoring program up to date
Global Reliability Implementation Specialist, BP Downstream BP
Michael Eisenbise has 35 years of maintenance technology and reliability experience.
Eisenbise is a Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional (CMRP) with the Society of Maintenance and Reliability Professionals Certifying Organization (SMRPCO), a Certified Plant Engineer (CPE) with the Association of Facility Engineers (AFE), and a Certified Plant Maintenance Manager with the AFE. He is a registered Professional Engineer (PE) in Florida.
Eisenbise holds a Bachelors Degree in Mechanical Engineering, a Masters Degree in Mechanical Engineering, and a Masters Degree in Maintenance and Reliability.
Michael is the Past Chairman of SMRP, and was instrumental in the formation of SMRP Chapters and SMRP Special Interest Groups.
Renard Klubnik has been an Application Engineer at Wilcoxon Research for five years, and has over 30 years of experience and expertise in the sound and vibration field. Mr. Klubnik was an applications engineer for several industry leading firms, like Bruel & Kjaer, CSI and MB Dynamics. His professional experience also includes work as a reliability engineer and years as an independent consultant on advanced noise and vibration analysis techniques. He has contributed to the noise and vibration community as co-founder of the Northern Ohio Chapter of the Vibration Institute, and was its chairman for the first two years.
Andy Page is Integration Director with GPAllied. As the Integration Director, he is responsible for combining the philosophies and daily practices of the two companies that came together to form GPAllied; General Physics and Allied Reliability. Andy is well grounded in reliability and maintenance engineering topics with particular emphasis on PdM technologies to include advanced experience in Vibration Analysis and Ultrasonics and Level 2 certifications in Infrared Thermography and Oil Analysis. He is a Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional (CMRP) through the Society for Maintenance and Reliability Professionals (SMRP).
Meggitt Sensing Systems
Meggitt Sensing Systems is the maker of Wilcoxon Research vibration sensors for industrial condition monitoring applications. Wilcoxon Research sensors are essential to reliability centered maintenance programs that save money, reduce downtime, and improve safety in plants worldwide. Meggitt Sensing Systems makes condition monitoring products for novice users through certified analysts, and for simplified condition based maintenance through advanced critical asset protection.
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