Three Ways to Improve Your Reliability Program

Enhancing Machine Reliability with Continuous Diagnostics

Continuously monitoring equipment condition has been around for a long time in various forms but recent technological advancements have greatly expanded the available options, some of which may be difficult to differentiate for a reliability practitioner.

This webinar will inform the reliability practitioner on the various technologies that can be applied, the pros and cons of each, and the best applications for each type of system based on the value delivered.

We’ll also discuss the challenges of historically difficult-to-monitor equipment - remote stations, cooling towers, and process equipment subject to highly variable loading - and best practices and solutions to satisfy these cases.

Meet Your Host:

Keith Menges
Rotating Equipment, Engineering and Vibration Analysis, Augury
Keith Menges

Keith has 10 years of experience working in condition monitoring and equipment reliability. He has worked in various field service, reliability engineering, and business development roles since 2007. His areas of expertise include root cause analysis, hydraulics, and condition monitoring technology.

He holds a B.S. in Engineering Technology and M.S. in Multidisciplinary Professional Studies from the Rochester Institute of Technology and is a Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional (CMRP) and Vibration Analyst.