Predictive Maintenance Part Two – The Application of Condition Monitoring

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Having reliable equipment is essential to the operation of a Water Resource Recovery Facility. There is no “Off Switch” and service must be provided 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The key to maintaining this performance is by proactively determining performance standards, examining how equipment failures occur and developing reliable indicators or pending failure. Predictive maintenance, or condition monitoring, is an essential tool in maintaining reliability. By practicing condition monitoring, asset management professionals can detect problems with equipment before costly break downs occur. This Webcast will follow up on our August Webcast by providing more technical information about the predictive technologies available for condition monitoring in the field (e.g. motor circuit analysis – MCA, infrared – IR, ultrasound, vibration, oil analysis, etc…). A case study will examine the application of these technologies in a large water resources recovery facility.


  • Matt Blaschke, Vice President, Allied Reliability
  • Eric Stevens, Supervisor of Maintenance, City of Cincinnati OH
  • Fred Edgecomb (moderator)

There will be 1.5 Professional Development Hours (PDHs) offered for this webcast. Please check with your state accreditation agency to determine if you qualify.