- Understanding the machine, getting early warning of faults, detection of all fault conditions, and repeatable measurements are crucial for effective vibration analysis.
- Vibration analyst courses that are compliant with courses that follow the ISO 18436 standard are quintessential in the present-day scenario.
- An efficient vibration analyst must take quick and economical measurements, and aim to detect the most common faults before the failure of the machine.
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