Learn about different types of vibration sensors and their proper application to monitor your machine health

Bently Nevada, a Baker Hughes business is here to inform once again. The Transducer Basics - Proximity Probes and other Sensors webinar taking place Thursday, November 3rd from 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM (ET), will discuss how proactive maintenance via condition monitoring solutions enables pulp and paper operations to use data-driven insights to optimize mill operations.

Monitoring the vibration of a machine can tell us important information about its health, and it is considered a proactive approach in asset performance management strategy to maximize production and minimize unplanned downtime.

Additionally, understanding the characteristics of the vibration can help us detect and diagnose symptoms before they become severe. With the advancement of technology and availability of sensors in the market, it is essential to know how they work, and where to use them.

This presentation will distinguish between Proximity, Acceleration, and Velocity sensors, and go through how they work, their proper application by machine/bearing type, and common installation errors. After completing this webinar, participants should be able to explain the basic concepts of these sensors and outline their applications and common pitfalls to avoid.

PLEASE NOTE: Webinar participants will receive a certificate of completion and .01 CEUs for attending this webinar. To qualify, participants must attend the full duration of the webinar, and complete the questionnaire after the webinar.

Meet the presenter:
Stuart Rochon
Application Solution Architect
Bently Nevada, a Baker Hughes business

Stuart Rochon is an Application Solution Architect for Bently Nevada, a Baker Hughes business, with over 20 years of experience in technology and engineering.

He started his career as Field Service Technician and later moved to Field Application Engineer before his current role where he assists customers in selecting appropriate condition monitoring solution technology, developing new CM applications and educating customers to get the best value out of their purchase.  Stuart also manages the tips and tricks monthly articles and webinars around the System 1 software.

Webinar attendance is free and open to everyone, but registration is required.
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