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An Asset Manager’s Guide to Harvest Management Commitment

This article explains why it is crucial for the enterprise asset manager to guide department level managers toward an understanding of how to translate their vision into a top level, order of magnitude for change. In other words, a company vision is only good if it can be sold to the executive level team of your organization. Read more here

Asset Condition Monitoring (ACM) Project Manager’s Guide

The Asset Condition Monitoring (ACM) Project Manager’s Guide is a resource no organization should be without! It provides basic information about what an ACM initiative or organizational component is, how it should be conducted, and who should be involved. The material is presented in a way that helps organizations determine if they are ready to undertake ACM. The guide also identifies processes and practices an organization must embrace or improve, while noting pitfalls to avoid in order to...

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CSI-2120 Vibration Analyzer

Forum: For Sale
A complete vibration analyzer kit - 2120 single channel analyzer. - Latest firmware - Fast Balance I - Charger - 1 Accel - 1 Magnet Base - 1 Sensor Cable - Transport Case. - Good condition.Read More...

VMI EasyViber 2 channel Vibration Analyser

Forum: For Sale
USD 8,500.00 VMI EasyViber 2 channel Vibration Analyser Technical Specs Route Measurements downloaded from spectra pro Balancing with 2 transducer simultaneously 1 to 2 planes according to ISO1940 Envelope 1.2-2.2kHz, 2.2-3.2kHz, 3.2-4.2kHz or 3.2-20kHz Time Signal Coast up and Cost down Vibration / Phase measurement for Vibshape Total level vs. time Total level Bearing Condition SpectraPro Software c/w full license dongle(green) Weight: 1.2kg (including batteries Type C) 1 Display unit 1...Read More...
Last Reply By Jagjivan Singh · First Unread Post
Dear Team, Greetings From Singapore This case is on a Marine vessel Tanker in anchorage. Vessel 170,000DWT, 2012 Built at Korea Generator Make: HIMSEN Korea 4 stroke 720 rpm 5 cylinder turbocharged unit. Load on engine is about 550 KW and rating is about 900KW Attached the FFT and time wave forms on Engine free end taken at attached Lube Oil pump H, V, A. Appreciate your feed back and comments on this case. thanks and regards Chary TSRRead More...
Last Reply By chary tatta · First Unread Post

Another Resonance Question

Have another resonance question..... the is the AXIAL plane of a thrust end bearing housing. Please see the attached document that shows a vibration trend with 3 data collection points - please pay attention to the 2x peak as speed increases through the test point. You can see how it is moving closer to resonance. Also please notice the vane pass peak at 198.25 Hz as the pump increases in speed. There is a resonant like response at the highest speed (black line). If you look at that spectrum...Read More...

Resonance Response - Pipeline pump

I have some questions about a particular pumps response or reaction to resonance that I need some help and advice with. On the attached document, I have posted a modal impact spectrum with phase (I wish I had taken this with a greater Fmax) and also a spectrum trend for the POV position on this pump. This is a between bearings single stage pump in crude oil service. The pump is operated by a VFD and runs in series with a twin unit that is also VFD speed controlled...this pump has a 7 vane...Read More...
Last Reply By Dave Reynolds · First Unread Post

Gardner Denver EAU300

Does anyone have the internal machine information (bearings, timing gear info) on the EAU300 compressors? My site had a compressor come back from rebuild and started up with elevated axial vibration. machine speed is at 1787cpm. The elevated vibration is 2608cpm harmonics. Overall Vibration amplitudes are at .392ips. the machine normally runs at .130ips. Vibration is highest at the Outboard Axial on the Driven shaft of the Compressor.Read More...
Last Reply By Brent Foster · First Unread Post