Posts by: Veronica Neffinger

Here are 10 Important Steps of a Predictive Maintenance Plan

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By on August 8, 2018

  As the resurgence of manufacturing and processing in America continues, the requirements on all of us to do more with less will only grow more important in order to reach the needed profitability goals. Combine this downward pressure with the diversity of today’s plants and their mechanical components, and the overwhelming gap of skilled […]

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3 Common Reasons for Shaft Alignment Frustrations

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By on August 7, 2018

  Achieving a perfect alignment can seem daunting at times. Perhaps you have gone through all the recommended pre-alignment steps, taken your measurements correctly, and made the recommended adjustments, and yet you still get an unpredictable result. Sound familiar? If so, you may need to consider these three factors which may be preventing you from […]

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The 3 Types Of Unbalance You Should Know About


By on August 1, 2018

We often hear about how to correct unbalance in rotating machinery, but to correct unbalance, it is first necessary to accurately diagnose what type of unbalance your machine is experiencing so that you can take the proper action to correct the problem. In this post, we will go over the three types of unbalance you […]

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Condition Monitoring Basics: The Importance of Routes


By on July 31, 2018

One of the basics of condition monitoring is establishing routes so that you can efficiently check the diagnostics of all your machines in an orderly, structured way which does not disrupt the daily tasks of other workers in your plant. Routes help to guide the mechanic to the next machine in a logical order rather […]

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