CRL 1-hr: 9/26 Introduction to Uptime Elements Reliability Framework and Asset Management System

“Through an operations/maintenance career that spans 25 years, Thorp brings to Predictive Service a long record of accomplishments and certifications in a number of areas,” said Don Frankel, president, Predictive Service. “He has extensive technical skills, and has also done preventive maintenance optimization and consulting work, which means he will be a tremendous asset with our new consulting engagements.”

Thorp is a Level III Vibration Analyst, Level I Infrared Thermographer, a Certified Lubrication Specialist, and a Level II Machinery Lubricant Analyst. Previously, he was a reliability engineer at SKF Reliability Services in Detroit, a predictive maintenance consultant for Complete Energy in Batesville, Mississippi, and a predictive maintenance engineer for power company Calpine. He began his career in the U.S. Air Force as an aircraft maintenance specialist.

About Predictive Service

Predictive Service is a leader in providing managed predictive services and reliability engineering around the world. Predictive Service helps clients keep their facilities operating reliably, safely and efficiently by applying the appropriate reliability services. Predictive Service’s patented technology and processes ensure clients identify critical issues before failures occur and eliminate unnecessary maintenance activities. The company is headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio and has office locations around the world. Predictive Service is one of the fastest-growing companies in America as named by Inc. Magazine. Additional information about Predictive Service is available at www.PredictiveService.com.

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