Video Tutorial - 23:23

by Ron Newman – Sales & Technical Support Engineer of PRUFTECHNIK Canada

The success of many vibration monitoring programs is failing due in no small measure to the lack of well defined warning / alarm thresholds, and the proper trending tools. Trends highlight if problems are developing, the rate of development, the severity, and with the right tools provide the user with the ability to forecast future levels. This iPresentation will give participants new points to consider when reviewing / auditing their condition monitoring programs.
Learning Points:

  1. Understand the importance trending parameters, and alarm thresholds
  2. Discover methods of curve fitting data for improved trend analysis
  3. Learn techniques for trending forcing frequencies in the data collection phase

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