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Bearing Analysis Web Workshop #2: Early Detection of Lubrication Problems and Stage One Bearing Faults by Jason Tranter, Mobius Institute

In part two of our four part web workshop we will focus on the vibration monitoring techniques that focus on the earliest stage of bearing faults and poor lubrication. Certain analyzers and hand-held meters are able to detect faults at this early stage; if they are used correctly. We will demonstrate that during stage one, very low amplitude, short duration, high frequency vibration is generated. This vibration is known as called stress waves or shock pulses. With the correct testing strategy these conditions can be detected. The nature of the damage and vibration will be discussed, and the optimum testing strategy will be discussed. Techniques such as acoustic emission (airborne ultrasound), shock pulse, spike energy and PeakVue will be reviewed.

The presented material will last 50-55 minutes

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