CBM Conference (Europe), join us in June
We are looking forward to the CBM Conference in June at the Novotel in Amsterdam where the RMS Team will again be exhibiting. You’ll find us on Stand: TBC, discussing the importance of condition improvement, with a focus on the skills and knowledge needed to adopt innovative technologies, such as Motion Amplification and remote asset monitoring. RMS’s Director, Stuart Walker, will also be available to discuss how MA has become a key component of Condition Monitoring at RMS – not to be missed! We look forward to seeing you there!
Get hands-on with Motion Amplifcation, try it yourself live!
The CBM Conference 2022 (Europe) is the area’s largest conference for condition monitoring professionals. You will have access to learning sessions, workshops and the latest technologies in the industry all from the comfort of the Novotel, Amsterdam. It is a fantastic opportunity to improve and update your industry knowledge, discover new technologies or new approaches in the industry and to create new and lasting friendships with peers from across the continent and around the globe.
This event is entirely focused on the vibration analysis, maintenance and reliability and condition monitoring industries. Attend the CBM Conference (Europe), and you will have the opportunity to experience at least two keynote presentations and over 25 educational presentations from industry experts in Europe and around the world.
The CBM Conference 2022 (Europe) offers several networking opportunities to attendees, including two receptions complete with food and drink, and a main evening dinner that includes entertainment. Meeting other people in your area who are passionate about vibration analysis can be tricky. But we make it easy for professionals from across Europe to meet like-minded peers and grow their network across the continent and across the world.
The conference covers a broad cross-section of topics in the industry, including:
- Vibration analysis: the method of detecting subtle changes in vibrations that occur when machines suffer from a wide range of faults
- Infrared thermography: a thermal imaging technology used to detect electrical process and manufacturing faults
- Wear debris analysis: a method of detecting metal wear particles and other contaminants in oil samples
- Motor testing: a method of using motor current measurements to detect faults in the supply voltage
- Ultrasound: listening to frequencies above our range of hearing to detect friction, turbulence and impact within machines
- Lubrication: the key to long life of machine parts
- Condition monitoring: ensuring correct condition to extend lifespan
- Alignment and balance: ensuring centrifugal forces are kept to a minimum to decrease strain and improve reliability.
For special group rates, please contact Becky by phone at (+1) 239-600-6828 ext. 3 (GMT -4) or by email at [email protected]