FREE copy of the Uptime Elements Implementation Guide once you subscribe to Reliability Weekly

RICHMOND, VA - April 14, 2016 - VibrAlign Inc., exclusive U.S. distributor of ONEPROD brand condition monitoring hardware and software, expands the capabilities of the ONEPROD HAWK machinery diagnostic tool with the addition of the live Advice Button. Live Advice connects the user with vibration experts from VibrAlign's longtime partner, Reliability Point. Designed to provide analytical support, the Advice button team at Reliability Point team brings more than 40 years of condition monitoring expertise to HAWK users.

Launched in the U.S. in April of 2015, the HAWK is a machinery diagnostic tool designed to give mechanics instant, on-demand feedback about the health of their rotating assets. The HAWK will identify machine defects, provide advice on how to fix the problem, and generate a detailed report on the health of the machine.

Now the diagnostic capabilities of the HAWK will be greatly enhanced by the addition of the Advice button. Most often the HAWK's diagnosis and advice is straightforward. In some cases, however, the HAWK's diagnosis may be more complex, identifying more than one machine issue. This can mean that the HAWK may even recommend more than one next step. To deal with complex machine issues and solutions users who are asking "what's next" can turn to the Advice button to get counsel from the condition monitoring experts at Reliability Point.

When the user clicks on the Advice button in their NEST software an email is sent to the team at Reliability Point. Within 2 hours the user will receive a phone call confirming that the request has been received. Reliability Point will download the user's data from the NEST for analysis. Within 24 hours the customer will be contacted by phone for a consultation with one of Reliability Point's experts.

Advice tokens can be purchased in bundles or via subscription from Reliability Point. Each new HAWK comes pre-loaded with 5 free Advice tokens so that users can try the Advice function. Note that the Advice function is not designed to deliver technical support to HAWK users, but rather to connect the user with vibration experts who can clarify their machinery diagnosis and next steps.

With the new Advice button, an expert is just a click away. To learn more about the HAWK live Advice feature, contact either Brian Shanovich at brian.shanovich@vibralign.com or Mike Arnold at marnold@reliabilitypoint.com.

More About the Hawk:

The HAWK is a mechanic's tool. With its straightforward three-step process and graphical user interface the HAWK requires zero vibration expertise or certification. Users build their machine in the NEST software app, take readings with the wired or optional wireless tri-axial sensor, and the HAWK then generates advice that mechanics can use right away. With no need for scheduling or route planning, the HAWK empowers mechanics to check the health of their machines when and where they need to. It is ideal for checking a machine after installation, post-repair, or anytime between reliability check-ins.

About VibrAlign:

VibrAlign was started in 1983 as a vibration and alignment service organization and later became a distributor of equipment which, appropriately, equipped the company to better serve its customers. For more than thirty years, VibrAlign has been growing across the country. Today the company, headquartered in Richmond, VA and operating out of local offices in every major region of the U.S., is out to empower mechanics and Realign America.

About Reliability Point:

Reliability Point was founded in 1980 under the name Measurements Inc., providing vibration tools and services throughout the Gulf Coast. Today Reliability Point specializes in "Asset Reliability" through tools, field services, and training. Based in Louisiana, with offices throughout the Gulf Coast, Reliability Point has provided solutions for virtually every manufacturing application and industrial environment.

Upcoming Events

August 8 - August 10, 2023

Maximo World 2023

View all Events
banner
80% of Reliabilityweb.com newsletter subscribers report finding something used to improve their jobs on a regular basis.
Subscribers get exclusive content. Just released...MRO Best Practices Special Report - a $399 value!
DOWNLOAD NOW
Internet of Things Vendors Disrupting the Asset Condition Management Domain at IMC-2022

Internet of Things Vendors Disrupting the Asset Condition Management Domain at IMC-2022 The 36th International Maintenance Conference collocated with the RELIABILITY 4.0 Digital Transformation Conference [East]

Asset Management Technology

The aim of the Asset Management technology domain is to assure that IT/OT systems are focused on creating the value from the assets and that the business can deliver to achieve organizational objectives as informed by risk.

TRIRIGAWORLD AWARDS at MaximoWorld 2022

TRIRIGAWORLD AWARDS honors excellence in space optimization and facility management, A Reliabilityweb.com event to further advance asset management

IMC-2022 Who's Who: The World's Best Run Companies

The International Maintenance Conference (IMC) provides a fresh, positive community-based curated experience to gain knowledge and a positive perspective for advancing reliability and asset management through people, their managers, the strategy, the processes, the data and the technology. The world’s best-run companies are connecting the workforce, management, assets and data to automate asset knowledge that can be leveraged for huge beneficial decisions.

Uptime Elements Root Cause Analysis

Root Cause Analysis is a problem solving method. Professionals who are competent in Root Cause Analysis for problem solving are in high demand.

Reliability Risk Meter

The asset is not concerned with the management decision. The asset responds to physics

Why Reliability Leadership?

If you do not manage reliability culture, it manages you, and you may not even be aware of the extent to which this is happening!

Asset Condition Management versus Asset Health Index

Confusion abounds in language. Have you thought through the constraints of using the language of Asset Health?

Seven Chakras of Asset Management by Terrence O'Hanlon

The seven major asset management chakras run cross-functionally from the specification and design of assets through the asset lifecycle to the decommissioning and disposal of the asset connected through technology

Reliability Leader Fluid Cleanliness Pledge

Fluid Cleanliness is a Reliability Achievement Strategy as well as an asset life extension strategy