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Visit Dynapar at Reliable Plant 2019 in Cleveland, OH April 16-18, 2019

What: Reliable Plant Conference
Where: Cleveland, OH
Booth: 618
When: April 16-18, 2019

OnSite-Condition-Monitoring-System-Angled-420x370Are you looking to get started with a remote condition monitoring solution to help predict issues before they occur? Stop by Dynapar’s booth at the Noria Reliable Plant Conference to see our OnSite Condition Monitoring System in action and learn how you can get started today with an easy to install system that is both powerful and affordable.

  • See the OnSite system's advanced alarms and dashboards
  • Get an in-person demo of system alarms and dashboards that can be customized for your asset.
  • See best practice case studies and actual examples of downtime prevented
  • Learn about our network of reliability experts that can help you get started with predictive maintenance. 

Best Practice Presentation During The Event

Dynapar-AJAttend a learning session with Abhishek Jadhav, product manager and category II vibration analyst at Dynapar and see our presentation on how a maintenance service provider working with a major food manufacturer, was able to detect an issue early with vibration monitoring on a rooftop blower critical to maintaining consistent production temperature and continue to monitor it for 53 days while production continued.

Learning Session: Hitting Production Goals Using Remote Condition Monitoring of Troubled Assets
April 18, 10:20 am - 11:10 am, Room 4

Key Takeaways:

  • When an asset is troubled but production needs to continue, today’s maintenance professional needs to be able to answer the question “how bad is it?”
  • Learn how vibration monitoring with FFT analysis can diagnose problems remotely.
  • See how the reliability partner was able to remotely detect the bearing fault and diagnose its level of severity.
  • Learn how to prioritize assets for remote monitoring based on risk of failure, impact of failure and difficultly to replace/repair.