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Dynamic Vibration Absorber

BONUS: This is the 6th and final (free) case study in the series on Enhanced System Reliability.

In this sixth case study from his book “Enhancing System Reliability Through Vibration Technology”, James Sylvester from JPS Reliability and an Reliability Training Institute Trainer, shows how the use of Dynamic Vibration Absorbers can effectively reduce vibration levels. This case study covers a 2-year project period from initial root cause diagnosis to designing, trialing, and implementing an innovative cost-effective solution.

The other case studies in this series can be viewed on our Blog.

james sylvester

 James Sylvester is an RMS Trainer at the Reliability Training Institute.

RMS has been a key Mobius Training partner since 2004 and James’ addition to the team will help us in delivery of the growing number of course offerings available. James will support in the delivery of our Accredited training courses conforming with ISO 18436, that offer either MiBoc or BINDT certification options.

Being a time-served engineer and having 20 years’ experience in the implementation of Condition-Based Maintenance and Reliability-Based Maintenance programs, with practical experience and qualifications make him an ideal candidate for the role as an RMS Trainer.

Starting as an apprentice fitter turner (millwright) and after 10 years in the Mechanical Engineering and Maintenance he made the move into Condition Monitoring and Reliability Engineering. He has spent the last 20 years working with many of the Blue-Chip companies in the UK and Australia.

James is also the Author of “Enhanced System Reliability Through Vibration Technology” ISBN 978-1-5272-5386-5.

Book Content

ISBN: 978-1-5272-5386-5

Chapter 1 – Condition Monitoring
Chapter 2 – Mechanics of Failure
Chapter 3 – Condition Monitoring Technologies

Chapter 4 – Setting up and Reporting
Chapter 5 – Practical Application
Chapter 6 – ISO Standards

Chapter 7 – Vibration Units
Chapter 8 – Accelerometer Selection and Mounting
Chapter 9 – Signal Processing
Chapter 10 – Bearing Condition Units
Chapter 11 – System Dynamics
Chapter 12 – Resonance & Natural Frequencies
Chapter 13 – Operating Deflection Shape Analysis
Chapter 14 – Motion Amplification
Chapter 15 – Modal Analysis Chapter 16 – Orbit Plot
Chapter 17 – Bode Plots

Chapter 18 – General Vibration Analysis
Chapter 19 – Rolling Element Bearings
Chapter 20 – Fluid Film Bearings
Chapter 21 – Gears
Chapter 22 – Paper Machines
Chapter 23 – Jaw Crushers
Chapter 24 – Vibrating Screens
Chapter 25 – DC Drives
Chapter 26 – AC Drives
Chapter 27 – Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM)
Chapter 28 – Pumps
Chapter 29 – Compressors
Chapter 30 – Reciprocating Engine Vibration
Chapter 31 – Turbo Machinery Notes

Chapter 32 – Balancing

Chapter 33 – Case Studies

Ordering

Throughout May you can purchase the book at a reduced price of £44.50 (RRP £75) +p&p.

  • Postage to the UK is £4.45
  • Postage to the EU is £9.45
  • Postage to the Rest of the World is £13.45

On completion of the form, James will send the invoice and Paypal link.

0 + 5 = ?

James has also created a series of five technical case studies, each of which is full of insights. The case studies are free to review and are created in an easy-to-follow video format. The case studies can be found here.

23RPM Defect on a 4 Point Contact Bearing

This was to be the final of the five case studies on Enhanced System Reliability by James Sylvester. But, following on from feedback we will have one more case study next week, this will be an extra long project case study!

In this fifth case study from his book “Enhancing System Reliability Through Vibration Technology”, James Sylvester from JPS Reliability and an Reliability Training Institute Trainer, demonstrates vibration analysis of a slow rotational 4 Point Contact Bearing, with a 23RPM Defect. This is to remind us that correct database set up, and Time Waveform Analysis is so important in slow rotational bearings.

The other case studies in this series can be viewed on our Blog.

james sylvester

 James Sylvester is an RMS Trainer at the Reliability Training Institute.

RMS has been a key Mobius Training partner since 2004 and James’ addition to the team will help us in delivery of the growing number of course offerings available. James will support in the delivery of our Accredited training courses conforming with ISO 18436, that offer either MiBoc or BINDT certification options.

Being a time-served engineer and having 20 years’ experience in the implementation of Condition-Based Maintenance and Reliability-Based Maintenance programs, with practical experience and qualifications make him an ideal candidate for the role as an RMS Trainer.

Starting as an apprentice fitter turner (millwright) and after 10 years in the Mechanical Engineering and Maintenance he made the move into Condition Monitoring and Reliability Engineering. He has spent the last 20 years working with many of the Blue-Chip companies in the UK and Australia.

James is also the Author of “Enhanced System Reliability Through Vibration Technology” ISBN 978-1-5272-5386-5.

Book Content

ISBN: 978-1-5272-5386-5

Chapter 1 – Condition Monitoring
Chapter 2 – Mechanics of Failure
Chapter 3 – Condition Monitoring Technologies

Chapter 4 – Setting up and Reporting
Chapter 5 – Practical Application
Chapter 6 – ISO Standards

Chapter 7 – Vibration Units
Chapter 8 – Accelerometer Selection and Mounting
Chapter 9 – Signal Processing
Chapter 10 – Bearing Condition Units
Chapter 11 – System Dynamics
Chapter 12 – Resonance & Natural Frequencies
Chapter 13 – Operating Deflection Shape Analysis
Chapter 14 – Motion Amplification
Chapter 15 – Modal Analysis Chapter 16 – Orbit Plot
Chapter 17 – Bode Plots

Chapter 18 – General Vibration Analysis
Chapter 19 – Rolling Element Bearings
Chapter 20 – Fluid Film Bearings
Chapter 21 – Gears
Chapter 22 – Paper Machines
Chapter 23 – Jaw Crushers
Chapter 24 – Vibrating Screens
Chapter 25 – DC Drives
Chapter 26 – AC Drives
Chapter 27 – Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM)
Chapter 28 – Pumps
Chapter 29 – Compressors
Chapter 30 – Reciprocating Engine Vibration
Chapter 31 – Turbo Machinery Notes

Chapter 32 – Balancing

Chapter 33 – Case Studies

Ordering

Throughout May and June you can purchase the book at a reduced price of £44.50 (RRP £75) +p&p.

  • Postage to the UK is £4.45
  • Postage to the EU is £9.45
  • Postage to the Rest of the World is £13.45

On completion of the form, James will send the invoice and Paypal link.

2 + 2 = ?

James has also created a series of five technical case studies, each of which is full of insights. The case studies are free to review and are created in an easy-to-follow video format. The case studies can be found here.

Vibrating Screen Gearbox Bearing Defect

This is the fourth of five video case studies on Enhanced System Reliability by James Sylvester.

In this fourth case study from his book “Enhancing System Reliability Through Vibration Technology”, James Sylvester from JPS Reliability and an Reliability Training Institute Trainer, shows how it’s possible to diagnose faults on a vibrating screen. We demonstrate that by measuring the correct vibration parameters you can resolve defects in harsh applications, even an inner raceway defect on a vibrating screen.

The other case studies in this series can be viewed on our Blog.

james sylvester

 James Sylvester is an RMS Trainer at the Reliability Training Institute.

RMS has been a key Mobius Training partner since 2004 and James’ addition to the team will help us in delivery of the growing number of course offerings available. James will support in the delivery of our Accredited training courses conforming with ISO 18436, that offer either MiBoc or BINDT certification options.

Being a time-served engineer and having 20 years’ experience in the implementation of Condition-Based Maintenance and Reliability-Based Maintenance programs, with practical experience and qualifications make him an ideal candidate for the role as an RMS Trainer.

Starting as an apprentice fitter turner (millwright) and after 10 years in the Mechanical Engineering and Maintenance he made the move into Condition Monitoring and Reliability Engineering. He has spent the last 20 years working with many of the Blue-Chip companies in the UK and Australia.

James is also the Author of “Enhanced System Reliability Through Vibration Technology” ISBN 978-1-5272-5386-5.

Book Content

ISBN: 978-1-5272-5386-5

Chapter 1 – Condition Monitoring
Chapter 2 – Mechanics of Failure
Chapter 3 – Condition Monitoring Technologies

Chapter 4 – Setting up and Reporting
Chapter 5 – Practical Application
Chapter 6 – ISO Standards

Chapter 7 – Vibration Units
Chapter 8 – Accelerometer Selection and Mounting
Chapter 9 – Signal Processing
Chapter 10 – Bearing Condition Units
Chapter 11 – System Dynamics
Chapter 12 – Resonance & Natural Frequencies
Chapter 13 – Operating Deflection Shape Analysis
Chapter 14 – Motion Amplification
Chapter 15 – Modal Analysis Chapter 16 – Orbit Plot
Chapter 17 – Bode Plots

Chapter 18 – General Vibration Analysis
Chapter 19 – Rolling Element Bearings
Chapter 20 – Fluid Film Bearings
Chapter 21 – Gears
Chapter 22 – Paper Machines
Chapter 23 – Jaw Crushers
Chapter 24 – Vibrating Screens
Chapter 25 – DC Drives
Chapter 26 – AC Drives
Chapter 27 – Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM)
Chapter 28 – Pumps
Chapter 29 – Compressors
Chapter 30 – Reciprocating Engine Vibration
Chapter 31 – Turbo Machinery Notes

Chapter 32 – Balancing

Chapter 33 – Case Studies

Ordering

Throughout May and June you can purchase the book at a reduced price of £44.50 (RRP £75) +p&p.

  • Postage to the UK is £4.45
  • Postage to the EU is £9.45
  • Postage to the Rest of the World is £13.45

On completion of the form, James will send the invoice and Paypal link.

7 + 1 = ?

James has also created a series of five technical case studies, each of which is full of insights. The case studies are free to review and are created in an easy-to-follow video format. The case studies can be found here.

Variable Frequency Drive Deterioration

This is the third of five video case studies on Enhanced System Reliability by James Sylvester.

In this third case study from his book “Enhancing System Reliability Through Vibration Technology”, James Sylvester from JPS Reliability and an Reliability Training Institute Trainer, shows how analyzing vibration and thermal data can diagnose electrical drive faults.

The other case studies in this series can be viewed on our Blog.

james sylvester

 James Sylvester is an RMS Trainer at the Reliability Training Institute.

RMS has been a key Mobius Training partner since 2004 and James’ addition to the team will help us in delivery of the growing number of course offerings available. James will support in the delivery of our Accredited training courses conforming with ISO 18436, that offer either MiBoc or BINDT certification options.

Being a time-served engineer and having 20 years’ experience in the implementation of Condition-Based Maintenance and Reliability-Based Maintenance programs, with practical experience and qualifications make him an ideal candidate for the role as an RMS Trainer.

Starting as an apprentice fitter turner (millwright) and after 10 years in the Mechanical Engineering and Maintenance he made the move into Condition Monitoring and Reliability Engineering. He has spent the last 20 years working with many of the Blue-Chip companies in the UK and Australia.

James is also the Author of “Enhanced System Reliability Through Vibration Technology” ISBN 978-1-5272-5386-5.

Book Content

ISBN: 978-1-5272-5386-5

Chapter 1 – Condition Monitoring
Chapter 2 – Mechanics of Failure
Chapter 3 – Condition Monitoring Technologies

Chapter 4 – Setting up and Reporting
Chapter 5 – Practical Application
Chapter 6 – ISO Standards

Chapter 7 – Vibration Units
Chapter 8 – Accelerometer Selection and Mounting
Chapter 9 – Signal Processing
Chapter 10 – Bearing Condition Units
Chapter 11 – System Dynamics
Chapter 12 – Resonance & Natural Frequencies
Chapter 13 – Operating Deflection Shape Analysis
Chapter 14 – Motion Amplification
Chapter 15 – Modal Analysis Chapter 16 – Orbit Plot
Chapter 17 – Bode Plots

Chapter 18 – General Vibration Analysis
Chapter 19 – Rolling Element Bearings
Chapter 20 – Fluid Film Bearings
Chapter 21 – Gears
Chapter 22 – Paper Machines
Chapter 23 – Jaw Crushers
Chapter 24 – Vibrating Screens
Chapter 25 – DC Drives
Chapter 26 – AC Drives
Chapter 27 – Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM)
Chapter 28 – Pumps
Chapter 29 – Compressors
Chapter 30 – Reciprocating Engine Vibration
Chapter 31 – Turbo Machinery Notes

Chapter 32 – Balancing

Chapter 33 – Case Studies

Ordering

Throughout May and June you can purchase the book at a reduced price of £44.50 (RRP £75) +p&p.

  • Postage to the UK is £4.45
  • Postage to the EU is £9.45
  • Postage to the Rest of the World is £13.45

On completion of the form, James will send the invoice and Paypal link.

0 + 5 = ?

James has also created a series of five technical case studies, each of which is full of insights. The case studies are free to review and are created in an easy-to-follow video format. The case studies can be found here.

Standby Fan Motor Bearing Defect

This is the second of five video case studies on Enhanced System Reliability by James Sylvester.

In this case study from his book “Enhancing System Reliability Through Vibration Technology”, James Sylvester from JPS Reliability and an Reliability Training Institute Trainer, shows how analyzing bearing damage can lead to the root cause of the problem.

The other case studies in this series can be viewed on our Blog.

james sylvester

 James Sylvester is an RMS Trainer at the Reliability Training Institute.

RMS has been a key Mobius Training partner since 2004 and James’ addition to the team will help us in delivery of the growing number of course offerings available. James will support in the delivery of our Accredited training courses conforming with ISO 18436, that offer either MiBoc or BINDT certification options.

Being a time-served engineer and having 20 years’ experience in the implementation of Condition-Based Maintenance and Reliability-Based Maintenance programs, with practical experience and qualifications make him an ideal candidate for the role as an RMS Trainer.

Starting as an apprentice fitter turner (millwright) and after 10 years in the Mechanical Engineering and Maintenance he made the move into Condition Monitoring and Reliability Engineering. He has spent the last 20 years working with many of the Blue-Chip companies in the UK and Australia.

James is also the Author of “Enhanced System Reliability Through Vibration Technology” ISBN 978-1-5272-5386-5.

Book Content

ISBN: 978-1-5272-5386-5

Chapter 1 – Condition Monitoring
Chapter 2 – Mechanics of Failure
Chapter 3 – Condition Monitoring Technologies

Chapter 4 – Setting up and Reporting
Chapter 5 – Practical Application
Chapter 6 – ISO Standards

Chapter 7 – Vibration Units
Chapter 8 – Accelerometer Selection and Mounting
Chapter 9 – Signal Processing
Chapter 10 – Bearing Condition Units
Chapter 11 – System Dynamics
Chapter 12 – Resonance & Natural Frequencies
Chapter 13 – Operating Deflection Shape Analysis
Chapter 14 – Motion Amplification
Chapter 15 – Modal Analysis Chapter 16 – Orbit Plot
Chapter 17 – Bode Plots

Chapter 18 – General Vibration Analysis
Chapter 19 – Rolling Element Bearings
Chapter 20 – Fluid Film Bearings
Chapter 21 – Gears
Chapter 22 – Paper Machines
Chapter 23 – Jaw Crushers
Chapter 24 – Vibrating Screens
Chapter 25 – DC Drives
Chapter 26 – AC Drives
Chapter 27 – Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM)
Chapter 28 – Pumps
Chapter 29 – Compressors
Chapter 30 – Reciprocating Engine Vibration
Chapter 31 – Turbo Machinery Notes

Chapter 32 – Balancing

Chapter 33 – Case Studies

Ordering

Throughout May and June you can purchase the book at a reduced price of £44.50 (RRP £75) +p&p.

  • Postage to the UK is £4.45
  • Postage to the EU is £9.45
  • Postage to the Rest of the World is £13.45

On completion of the form, James will send the invoice and Paypal link.

4 + 2 = ?

James has also created a series of five technical case studies, each of which is full of insights. The case studies are free to review and are created in an easy-to-follow video format. The case studies can be found here.

Electrical Vibration Problem

This is the first of five video case studies on Enhanced System Reliability by James Sylvester.

In this first case study James shows how vibration analysis can be used to diagnose electrical vibration problems. In this case a VFD driven Motor. Over the next few weeks James is going to share a selection of interesting vibration analysis case studies. Enjoy, and please share if you found it useful – thanks.

The other case studies in this series can be viewed on our Blog.

james sylvester

 James Sylvester is an RMS Trainer at the Reliability Training Institute.

RMS has been a key Mobius Training partner since 2004 and James’ addition to the team will help us in delivery of the growing number of course offerings available. James will support in the delivery of our Accredited training courses conforming with ISO 18436, that offer either MiBoc or BINDT certification options.

Being a time-served engineer and having 20 years’ experience in the implementation of Condition-Based Maintenance and Reliability-Based Maintenance programs, with practical experience and qualifications make him an ideal candidate for the role as an RMS Trainer.

Starting as an apprentice fitter turner (millwright) and after 10 years in the Mechanical Engineering and Maintenance he made the move into Condition Monitoring and Reliability Engineering. He has spent the last 20 years working with many of the Blue-Chip companies in the UK and Australia.

James is also the Author of “Enhanced System Reliability Through Vibration Technology” ISBN 978-1-5272-5386-5.

Book Content

ISBN: 978-1-5272-5386-5

Chapter 1 – Condition Monitoring
Chapter 2 – Mechanics of Failure
Chapter 3 – Condition Monitoring Technologies

Chapter 4 – Setting up and Reporting
Chapter 5 – Practical Application
Chapter 6 – ISO Standards

Chapter 7 – Vibration Units
Chapter 8 – Accelerometer Selection and Mounting
Chapter 9 – Signal Processing
Chapter 10 – Bearing Condition Units
Chapter 11 – System Dynamics
Chapter 12 – Resonance & Natural Frequencies
Chapter 13 – Operating Deflection Shape Analysis
Chapter 14 – Motion Amplification
Chapter 15 – Modal Analysis Chapter 16 – Orbit Plot
Chapter 17 – Bode Plots

Chapter 18 – General Vibration Analysis
Chapter 19 – Rolling Element Bearings
Chapter 20 – Fluid Film Bearings
Chapter 21 – Gears
Chapter 22 – Paper Machines
Chapter 23 – Jaw Crushers
Chapter 24 – Vibrating Screens
Chapter 25 – DC Drives
Chapter 26 – AC Drives
Chapter 27 – Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM)
Chapter 28 – Pumps
Chapter 29 – Compressors
Chapter 30 – Reciprocating Engine Vibration
Chapter 31 – Turbo Machinery Notes

Chapter 32 – Balancing

Chapter 33 – Case Studies

Ordering

Throughout May and June you can purchase the book at a reduced price of £44.50 (RRP £75) +p&p.

  • Postage to the UK is £4.45
  • Postage to the EU is £9.45
  • Postage to the Rest of the World is £13.45

On completion of the form, James will send the invoice and Paypal link.

1 + 1 = ?

James has also created a series of five technical case studies, each of which is full of insights. The case studies are free to review and are created in an easy-to-follow video format. The case studies can be found here.

4th May 2020

Company News

james sylvester

RMS Reliability Training Institute are pleased to announce and welcome James Sylvester as a partner into the RMS Training Team.

RMS has been a key Mobius Institute training partner since 2004 and James’ addition to the team will help us in delivery of the growing number of course offerings available. James will support in the delivery of our Accredited training courses conforming with ISO 18436, that offer either MiBoc or BINDT certification options.

Being a time-served engineer and having 20 years’ experience in the implementation of Condition-Based Maintenance and Reliability-Based Maintenance programs, with practical experience and qualifications make him an ideal candidate for the role as an RMS Trainer.

Starting as an apprentice fitter turner (millwright) and after 10 years in the Mechanical Engineering and Maintenance he made the move into Condition Monitoring and Reliability Engineering. He has spent the last 20 years working with many of the Blue-Chip companies in the UK and Australia.

James is also the Author of “Enhanced System Reliability Through Vibration Technology” ISBN 978-1-5272-5386-5. Take a look at his first video case study, it’s a great way to meet him!

Welcome to the RMS Training Team, James.

Dean & Wendy Whittle, Stuart Walker
RMS Ltd, Company Directors

8th April 2020

Service announcement

Apologies for the yet another coronavirus post, our intention is to ensure you are kept informed of our capabilities to support and serve you in these challenging times.

Things are changing very quickly with the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. We’ve been closely monitoring and making changes along the way in accordance with the government guidelines, as we take very seriously our responsibility to help care for our customers and staff.

We would like to inform you that we will continue providing critical system support for upper and lower Tier-1 sites as per the COMAH directives, as well as for customer sites with critical assets. We are making every effort to support customers, including remote data asset health analysis, so that the training, products, services and consultancy you depend upon remains available.

Regarding training, all public and onsite courses have been initially postponed through April and May. On a more positive note, we are now able to offer community-based and instructor-led Mobius Institute certified distance-learning courses for Vibration Analysis and Asset Reliability Practitioner (ARP) with optional mentoring support. Students can now continue learning and gain certification while following the safety guidance to stay at home. Details of the new online course options can be found in the Training Brochure and on the Training section of our website.

Our team remains vigilant of the situation and is responding rapidly as conditions evolve. We will provide ongoing updates via Social Media and our Website to ensure you have clarity of our capabilities to support you. We hope, as does everyone, that the situation improves as soon as possible. In between, please stay safe and follow the advice from government authorities.

2nd June 2020

Service announcement

We are hopeful that Public courses may become an option at the beginning of July. Our team continues to remain vigilant of the situation and is responding rapidly as conditions evolve. We will provide ongoing updates via Social Media and our Website to ensure you have clarity of our capabilities to support you. We are continuing to follow the UK Government’s health guidelines.

Dean & Wendy Whittle, Stuart Walker
RMS Ltd, Company Directors

As part of the Innovate UK fund, over the past 2 years RMS have been involved in an ‘Intelligent Wireless Vibration System’ collaboration between the Building Research Establishment (BRE), Cybula, Griffiths Associates and Skanska. The project called REAM (Enabling remote built environment asset management using embedded intelligence) is tasked with enabling low-cost embedded intelligence within the Facilities Management (FM) market.

st barts hospital rms ai condition monitoring wireless vibrationThis is done by optimising Artificial Intelligence (A.I) technologies for use in detecting the pre-cursors of fault conditions arising on rotating plant. The landmark achievement of the project was during the pilot studies run at St. Barts Hospital and British Sugar where the system was capable of learning the behavior of the plant and successfully detecting anomalies in their condition. All completed on single board computing systems with no cloud server for computing power. Interestingly the system is capable of communicating over long distances with Wifi and other radio technologies but can take care of all its computing on the CPUs next to the machines.

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The natural progression for this technology is certainly for use in the built environment enabling low cost condition monitoring using a variety of technologies. With that in mind the Innovate UK fund encourages projects such as this to seek commercial viability and opportunities, as such the pre-production prototype versions of the commercial system are now being trialed as manufacturing preparations are made.

The condition monitoring analytics, which have been developed in high integrity applications (such as nuclear, transport, and energy) for rapid and easily configurable abnormality detection of failure modes can also be run on more highly critical machines utilising more traditional data collection types. Firstly though, Skanska feel the future of Facilities Management (FM) is the use of multiple data sources through intelligent condition monitoring to enable more effective and efficient asset management.

The future of the project looks bright as it becomes a commercial product capable of increasing asset life, maximising efficiency, reducing risk of unexpected failures and reducing energy usage. The REAM project was nominated as a finalist for the “Best Asset Management Innovation” at the Building Innovation Awards.

Interested to know more about this exciting technology? Contact us to schedule a call on +44 (0)1206 791917 or via email to: info (at) rms-reliability.com.

Arlanxeo Performance Elastomers, Belgium, win a BEMAS Asset Performance Award; from all at RMS Reliability, many congratulations on this well-deserved achievement.

In the category ‘Best Improvement in Maintenance & Asset Management’, Christophe Van de Maele and Kristof Van Den Berghe of Arlanxeo were allowed to take the trophy home. The four case examples in which they used their new motion amplification camera received great acclaim.

Best Improvement in Maintenance & Asset Management
Arlanxeo received the award for improving reliability in the 16 extruders in the finishing department. When an extruder comes to a standstill, the repair often takes 7 days. This results in a loss of € 1 million. There were 4 failures per year to the extruders, the cause of which was unknown in half of the cases. By means of vibration measurements, it is not always possible to find the correct cause. In addition to the standard solutions available. Improving the alignment, reinforcing structures, adapting the material of the anchor bolts, there were still problems. Thanks to a combination of further root cause analysis and the motion amplification camera, which magnifies minimal vibrations, the malfunctions could be tackled more successfully. Christophe Van de Maele and Kristof Van Den Berghe received the award for Arlanxeo.

Arlanxeo have a well developed Condition Monitoring and Reliability Team at their plant in Belgium. They invested in an IRIS M Motion Amplification System from RMS Ltd late 2018 with certified training carried out onsite early 2019.

For more information on this amazing technology feel free to contact us at info[at]motionamplification.co.uk