December 16, 2015 meeting
Efficient and reliable tools are now available for highly effective approaches to plant maintenance (asset management). Distance has become irrelevant and critical information is available whenever and wherever you need it. Welcome to condition monitoring service in the 21st century. The analysis experts who assist the decisions makers to run or stop situations can easily monitor your most critical assets from across the globe.
This talk provides case studies where these technologies were used to upgrade existing condition monitoring programs to a new level, making them the primary tool in the assets maintenance program. The following topics are explained with real life examples: condition monitoring partner concept, cloud solutions, and telemonitoring.
Speaker: Dries Van Loon, PRUFTECHNIK
After graduating as an electro-mechanical engineer, specializing in maintenance, Van Loon worked for a predictive maintenance company actively using all relevant technologies throughout various different industries. After a few years he started working for PRUFTECNIK Benelux as an application engineer involving high-end troubleshooting using on- and off-line vibration measurements. Responsibilities included all online condition monitoring projects, from initial design through installation and remote monitoring. Beginning 2014 Van Loon moved to the US office of PRUFTECHNIK to help setting up a condition monitoring department to serve the US market on all CM related topics, including proactive maintenance, remote (temporary) monitoring, trouble shooting and torque measurements.
PRUFTECHNIK Service Inc.
22 West Church Street
Blackwood, NJ 08012
Tel.:+1 856 401-3095
DATE and TIME: Wednesday December 16, 2015: Open 5:15 PM – Light meal at 5:30 PM (Cost $12.50); Meeting starts at 6:30 PM – Speaker’s presentation and discussion 6:45 PM to 7:45 PM – Vendor displays and socialize before and after talk.
LOCATION: Ives Equipment Corporation, 601 Croton Rd, King of Prussia, PA 19406
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MEAL COST: $12.50, payable online or at the door via cash or credit card. Please contact Sue DiPaolo by Monday, December 14th by by E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone: 610-238-1067.
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