Archive | July, 2008

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MT News

News of people and events important to the maintenance and reliability community SERVOMEX APPOINTS HURLEY AS GM AMERICAS Servomex, a supplier of reliable, high-performance gas analysis solutions to a wide range of industries, has named Charles “Chuck” Hurley as general manager of Servomex Americas, effective immediately. Hurley comes to his new position from gas detection […]

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Demystifying HVAC Drive Anomalies

A new handheld test tool makes high-end electrical troubleshooting easier than you thought. If anyone can wring every last ounce of functionality out of a piece of electronic test equipment, it’s Chris Vogel. At Siemens Building Technologies, Vogel has his work cut out for him keeping HVAC systems running at their peak for the company’s […]

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How Clean Is The New Oil In Your Equipment?

It’s a nagging, industry-wide question, and one that keeps many a supplier and end user up at night. In the multi-step process of moving lubricants from THEIR tanks to YOUR equipment, where does contamination start? At what point do dirt and/or moisture enter the supply chain? Is it a problem with storage, handling, dispensing or […]

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Stretch Your Shrinking Budget With RCA

Root Cause Analysis could be one of the strongest tools that your maintenance organization ever puts its hands around. When economics inspire belt-tightening, corporate leadership often cuts programs that don’t scream savings and profit. After all, those programs cost money to implement and maintain, and their effectiveness and return on investment often is unproven. For […]

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Protecting Critical Machinery: The Value Of A Complete Solution

Online vibration monitoring integrated with process control and combined with shutdown protection, predictive maintenance and performance monitoring is a sure-fire way to keep your rotating equipment up and generating revenue. When a steam turbine in a Midwest power plant went down without warning, half of the plant’s production was instantly lost for months (along with […]

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