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Vibration Analyst/Sr. Vibration Analyst

JRH488 ·
The Engine and Compressor Analyst provides predictive and condition monitoring services for EQT’s compression facilities. The analyst utilizes specialized analysis tools, including Windrock portable performance analyzers, CSI vibration analyzers, FLIR and Fluke thermal imaging and gas detecting cameras, and company software to test, sample, monitor and analyze compressor fleet to optimize reliability and performance. Implements predictive strategies to facilitate an overall reliability focus...
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Condition Monitoring Analyst - Ogden/Logan UT

Jim Smith 2 ·
IVC Technologies is currently accepting resumes for an experienced Condition Monitoring Analyst for the Ogden/Logan UT area. Certification in Vibration Analysis (CAT III or ASNT Level 2) required. Motor Testing and Infrared Thermography experience would be a plus. Please send resume to smithj@ivctechnologies.com IVC Technologies will not be sponsoring candidates outside the US for this position. Thank You
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Reliability Analyst Required

Allan Rienstra ·
We are currently filling a new position for Condition Monitoring and Reliability Analyst. This post is in Oregon. The primarily responsibility is to provide technical support to the Reliability department to maximize the operating reliability of production equipment. Perform vibration analysis and ultrasonic testing of plant equipment (Experience with SDT, Commtest and Emerson systems a major asset) Be involved in the troubleshooting of mechanical breakdowns and conduct root cause analysis...
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Hiring a Reliability Analyst with vibration and ultrasound experience

Allan Rienstra ·
We are currently filling a new position for Condition Monitoring and Reliability Analyst in Oregon The primarily responsibility is to provide technical support to the Reliability department to maximize the operating reliability of production equipment. Perform vibration analysis and ultrasonic testing of plant equipment (Experience with SDT, Commtest and Emerson systems a major asset) Be involved in the troubleshooting of mechanical breakdowns and conduct root cause analysis Produce...
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How do you get hands-on vibration analyst experience?

James Karl ·
I'm having trouble getting hands-on experience with vibration analyzers. My current employer no longer has an in-house program and our one broken analyzer will neither be repaired nor replaced. I do keep current with extensive study of time waveform and spectral data from our contracted condition monitoring programs. A long time ago I worked with the old IRD mechanlysis analyzers. That was long ago and I'm now modernizing my skills arsenal. I've taken level I and level II courses and getting...
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skf @ptitude analyst

white walker ·
Urgent help guys, Yesterday when I was uploading a data from skf micrlog analyzer cmxa75 to the system after finishing upload a processing display will come lower part of the skf aptitude analyst software.due to some problem the processing display has been stuck after uploading few data and next time onwards the same problem appearing.many times I restarted pc and skf aptitude.but the processing display is appearing.if I try to upload again skf software it is not responding.but the...
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Vibration Analysis Certification Exam Preparation Analyst Category I: Condition Monitoring

Shurafa ·
Vibration Analysis Certification Exam Preparation Analyst Category I: Condition Monitoring Press Release Amazon has listed Part 4 of Vibration Analysis Certification Exam series. Part 4 focuses on Condition Monitoring. The Preparation Package for Certified Vibration Analyst Category I is a unique study guide for ISO students interested in ISO 18436-2 CVA Level 1. The package is primarily designed for Cat I, but students and instructors of Cat II and III benefited from the package to...
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Priority calculation

tcvib ·
Curious if anyone has/knows of someone using a calculation/formula for determining defect/condition priority classification. During an RCFA an action item was generated to better determine fault severity. Analysts may prioritize faults differently based on experience. It would be beneficial for beginning analysts to have a formula/calculation to assist in the priority determination. Some variables I have thought of would be, cost of repair/replacement, Speed, number of harmonics in FFT, G's...
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Vibration Analyst- Camas, WA

Molly S ·
PLEASE NOTE: In order to be considered for a position with Georgia Pacific, you will need to apply on our website by following the link below: https://kochcareers.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=041486 Vibration Analyst- Camas, WA Are you an experienced, self-motivated individual, looking for your next career move in the Vibration Analyst craft? If so, then we have a position for you! Georgia-Pacific is seeking a Vibration Analyst for our facility in Camas, WA.
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ISO Level II/III Vibration Analysts Required - Houston, TX,

mchase ·
Looking to fill several positions within the greater Houston area. Certification preferably through the Vibration Institute. Immediate start date. Competitive pay with benefits. Please contact mchase@acuren.com . Also looking for contract personnel for short term projects in New Mexico. No visa sponsorship available for this position.
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Accepting resumes for Levell II or higher Vibration Analysts - Wisconsin

DGronski ·
We are currently accepting resumes for Level II Vibration Analysts, or higher, for permanent position in central Wisconsin.  US residents only, please.  Respond to doug_pti@yahoo.com
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Vibration Analysis Certification Exam Preparation Analyst Category I: Fault Analysis and Correction

Shurafa ·
------- Coming Soon ------- Title: Vibration Analysis Certification Exam Preparation Package Certified Vibration Analyst Category I: Fault Analysis and Correction (Part 5) Series: CAT I PREP I SERIES PRACTICE TESTS FOR CVA ( Link ) Drop me a private message, if you are interested in more details about ordering the book. Regards- Ali M. Al-Shurafa
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Vibration Analysis Certification Exam Practice Question -- Fault Diagnosis and Correction Q 151

Shurafa ·
Vendor Warning What improvements or critique can you put on this practice question? Is it suitable for Level I Vibration Analyst? This question is from CAT I PREP I Vibration Analysis Certification Exam Practice Question 151 on -- Fault Diagnosis and Correction-- for Certified Vibration Analyst Category I. For more details about the series, visit the Amazon series page : https://www.amazon.com/gp/bookseries/B07MD9PG71/ref=dp_st_1644150093 Regards- Ali M. Al-Shurafa
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Business Analyst Classes

jamessmith007 ·
Business analysis has arisen as a central business practice in the 21st century. As the fundamental connection between an association's IT capacities and its business goals and objectives, talented business analysts contribute to the productivity of organizations enormous and little, in almost every incorporation. Business analyst training can assist you with taking advantage of lucky breaks introduced by a quickly evolving commercial center, by setting you up with the aptitudes present-day...
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Vibration Analysis Certification Exam Preparation Analyst Category I: Fault Diagnosis and Correction

Shurafa ·
Vibration Analysis Certification Exam Preparation Analyst Category I: Fault Diagnosis and Correction Press Release Amazon has listed Part 5 of Vibration Analysis Certification Exam series. Part 5 focuses on Fault Diagnosis and Correction. The Preparation Package for Certified Vibration Analyst Category I is a unique study guide for ISO students interested in ISO 18436-2 CVA Level 1. The package is primarily designed for Cat I, but students and instructors of Cat II and III benefited from the...
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Re: Reliability Analyst Required

John from PA ·
Probably good to let everyone know the geographical location. There is also a specific forum for employment opportunities at https://www.maintenance.org/cat...oyment-opportunities
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Re: skf @ptitude analyst

DADane ·
Have you tried a warm boot of the microlog? hold down 2,7,8 and 9 keys all at once and release. Data collector will do a warm boot. Data will not be lost. Try it Regards, Dave Dane
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Re: Priority calculation

rgf12 ·
Many years ago I saw a checklist/ranking sheet somewhat like you were describing where the analyst would give a 1-5 ranking of the various parameters of the machine characteristics and vibration data to come up with a numerical rating that tried to classify the urgency. I didn't actually make much use of it but I guess it would be handy when arm wrestling with management regarding repair priorities. I don't have a copy any longer but you could probably bang something out in Excel without too...
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Re: Priority calculation

Walt Strong ·
"Analysts may prioritize faults differently based on experience. It would be beneficial for beginning analysts to have a formula/calculation to assist in the priority determination." A beginning analyst should really be concerned with making accurate detection and diagnosis of faults and ranking their severity. Maintenance planners and operations management are typically more concerned about priority and decisions about actions to be taken. An analyst should develop experience and...
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Re: Priority calculation

VIB.Welt ·
It is completely right, analyst should issue a CM report with good recommendation taking into consideration priorities and must not be far away from others factors and plant reality.
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Re: Priority calculation

electricpete ·
I agree with Walt there are two different parts of the prioritization: The severity part comes from based on review of the condition itself, independent of equipment criticality, plant lineup, schedules etc. The prioritization part considers severity and adds many other factors (equipment criticality etc, plant conditions, etc) to select appropriate repair window. The analyst has the most direct insite into the severity part. Other people may have important insight into the prioritization.
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Re: Vibration Analyst- Camas, WA

y@sh ·
Is there any opportunities for internationals ??
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Re: Vibration Analyst- Camas, WA

PKS ·
I have the qualification and experience as per your above requirement with a certificate of CAT-II vibration analyst. But do you provide work visa for foreigners to work in USA. Regards
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Re: Vibration Analyst- Camas, WA

Molly S ·
This position is not eligible for sponsorship.
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Re: Vibration Analyst- Camas, WA

Chris S. ·
I have applied for this position twice. I meet all of the requirements listed. The second time I applied I assumed someone had already been selected then experienced a change in circumstances so the position was reposted. What skillset is currently being sought after for this position? -chris
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Re: Vibration Analyst- Camas, WA

Molly S ·
Hello and thank you for your interest in Georgia-Pacific! Unfortunately at this time this position does not offer relocation. We certainly invite you to continue to watch Georgia-Pacific's career website for further opportunities. Thank you!
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Re: How do you get hands-on vibration analyst experience?

James Karl ·
The place where I work is really trimming its workforce as well, regardless of your experience and qualifications. It's not a good situation...
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Re: How do you get hands-on vibration analyst experience?

Walt Strong ·
You have painted a pretty sad picture! You are interested in furthering your education for vibration analysis, yet there is no apparent demand or need or interest by your employer. Have you prepared a detailed plan on how you would start/renew a vibration/condition monitoring program at your plant? A detailed plan plus some form of cost-benefit analysis, even very simple, should kindle an interest in at least one understanding management person. There are many low-cost instruments and...
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Re: How do you get hands-on vibration analyst experience?

James Karl ·
Walt - It is a sad picture, indeed. There was a big reorganization here last July, the RCM program was cancelled, I managed to keep the condition monitoring and testing programs alive. I don't publicize that I am a reliability engineer, either. All the other reliability professionals (including the high level ones) are "gone" - I am the last "dinosaur". As a certified reliability professional, I am completely self-funded and self-supported. Yes. work elsewhere will be a definite option in...
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Re: How do you get hands-on vibration analyst experience?

Walt Strong ·
James, There are wide range of products available ranging from no-cost to low-cost to high-cost. There is also a wide variety of capability and ease-of-use. I suggest making a list of what activities you would like to do along with what features or capabilities that are important for the instruments and software. You could start with products you have already used at your place of business or in training and use that as a guide for making a detailed list. I could make specific suggestions if...
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Re: How do you get hands-on vibration analyst experience?

John from PA ·
Sounds like you are indispensable. What do you do?
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Re: How do you get hands-on vibration analyst experience?

James Karl ·
I am a reliability engineer with commercial and industrial experience. I am currently developing campus-wide condition monitoring programs for our rotating equipment (vibration, oil, refrigerant tests). Previously, I overhauled our central power plant pm system to synchronize skill trades activities during critical generation equipment shutdown. These days, in the evenings, I study reliability mathematics extensively to see where it can be applied to increase mtbf and reduce mttr of our...
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Re: Vibration Analysis Certification Exam Preparation Analyst Category I: Condition Monitoring

Yousuf Masood ·
Any useful book for the preparation of level 3 certification exam ?
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Re: Vibration Analysis Certification Exam Preparation Analyst Category I: Condition Monitoring

Shurafa ·
Yousuf, My short recommendation is the training materials for the certification body you are taking the test with. This is the priority. Then expand by reading additional materials suggested by them. What I noticed is that there are some differences in the training materials when you compare different the student manuals from different providers, though they following the same BoK (Body of Knowledge) specified in the ISO standard. Some terms and even equations have slightly different uses.
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Re: Vibration Analysis Certification Exam Preparation Analyst Category I: Condition Monitoring

Shurafa ·
More details and a sample question for Part 4 are in the attachment. Part 4 contains 140 practice exam questions. The question bank overs the basics of following condition monitoring technologies : Vibration, Thermography, Ultrasound and Oil analysis. Vibration Analysis Certification Exam Preparation Package Certified Vibration Analyst Category I: Condition Monitoring can be ordered here: Amazon Regards- Ali M. Al-Shurafa
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Re: Hiring a Reliability Analyst with vibration and ultrasound experience

Chris S. ·
Allan, I'am interested in this position. I emailed my resume to the address listed. Thanks Chris
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Predicitve Technician Position

Phil2425 ·
Looking to hire a Reliability Technician in the Decatur Alabama area. Certified Level 1 Analyst preferred, experience in IR, Oil Sampling, Ultrasound is a plus. CommTest VB7, CSI data collectors. FLIR IR cameras. Ability to balance and align equipment a plus as well. Ideal candidate will possess willingness to learn and grow in the field, have great attitude, have flexible working hours, take ownership of routes and machines and be a self starter / motivated individual.
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Re: Predicitve Technician Position

kiranjosyula ·
Dear sir, Please review my resume
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