17 August 2023
- EN ESPAÑOL
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Who Should Attend
- Condition Monitoring Professionals
- Reliability Leaders
- Maintenance Managers
- Reliability Engineers
- Plant Engineers
- Plant Managers
- Get trained in Condition Monitoring and Reliability
- Find new voices and experts in Maintenance and Reliability
- Event focused on Condition Monitoring technologies and Reliability
- Build relationships with peers who face the same challenges
- Multiple and unique networking opportunities
What You Get
- Access to educational content after the event
- Entry to Exhibition Hall
- Participate in event social gatherings
- Access to all live presentations
- Event meals and snack breaks
- Special promotions to continue your training journey
Welcome to CBM+RELIABILITY CONNECT One Day Training Event in Mexico 2023
CBM+RELIABILITY CONNECT One Day Training Event is designed specifically for providing condition monitoring and predictive maintenance professionals an excellent opportunity to attend workshops and case studies in Condition Monitoring and Reliability Improvements. In addition to the great learning opportunities, CBM+RELIABILITY CONNECT connects you with the condition monitoring industry’s leading vendors from whom you will learn about new technology and find resources that will help you to do your job better. Attendees of CBM+RELIABILITY CONNECT can meet and discuss their questions and solutions with industry experts and their peers during numerous networking and forum opportunities.
If you are involved in condition monitoring, reliability and predictive maintenance industry, and you work in Mexico and would like to take part in a one-day live event, this is the perfect opportunity for you. Find out more about CBM+RELIABILITY CONNECT in the menu above or go straight to our registration page to register as an attendee today.
Condition Monitoring management involves the proper implementation of condition monitoring technologies and the interpretation of the results, for the purpose of supporting greater uptime of a plant's production.
Vibration Analysis is an excellent technique to identify machine faults through non-destructive testing. Variations in the narrowband vibration spectra can identify a wide range of fault conditions, the severity, and the change over time.
Or thermal imaging, is an affordable, easy to use technology that provides an image where pixel color is related to temperature. It can be used to detect electrical, process & mechanical faults.
Oil Analysis & Wear Particle
Also known as ferrography, WPA is the microscopic study of wear-related particles suspended in lubricating oil & grease. Identification of particle shape and material type, can provide a very clear and early indication of specific faults.
Utilizing motor current measurements, and optionally voltage measurements it is possible to detect a range of faults in the supply voltage, in the stator, rotor, and termination box.
When friction (wear), turbulence and impacts occur, sounds are generated at frequencies above our hearing range. The ultrasound tools can detect these sounds in mechanical, electrical, and process applications.
Key to the life of bearings and gears, and thus the reliability of the machine. If the oil or grease is clean, dry, has the correct chemistry & is applied in the correct volume, those components will deliver trouble-free operation.
Alignment & Balancing
If the coupled-shafts are “collinear” (have no offset or angle between them) then the load on the shafts, coupling, seals, and bearings will be greatly reduced, thus maximizing their life.