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Maintenance exhibition

The event organisers are calling for all last minute registrations for the PdM-2008 Predictive Maintenance Technology Conference & Expo in the USA to visit the website now.

Sponsored by some big names in the maintenance industry including Emerson and AMP, the conference and exhibition is scheduled between September 15 and 18 in Omaha, Nebraska, with all attendees encouraged to attend free workshops and sessions held by the Association for Maintenance Professionals Breakthrough.

The conference is designed for predictive maintenance beginners and seasoned condition monitoring professionals. The event provides a venue for all of the techniques and technologies required for reliable machinery operation.

Learning techniques and case studies for vibration analysis, airborne ultrasound, infrared thermal imaging, motor testing, oil and wear particle analysis and other condition monitoring technologies will be covered.

“World class best practices indicate that up to 50 per cent of your maintenance activity should be spent on condition directed tasks to replace ineffective time based maintenance. Finding and implementing the right combination of predictive maintenance and condition monitoring technologies is a challenge,” said the event organisers.

The conference is organised by and includes a selection of pre-conference workshops, free bonus workshops, 16 different 60-minute short courses, various focused learning zone sessions and plenty of networking opportunities with people who face the same issues you do on a daily basis.

Atendees already signed-up for the event include rotating equipment engineers, reliability engineers, maintenance managers, maintenance supervisors, predictive maintenance technicians, vibration analysts, infrared thermographers, motor testing professionals, electrical engineers, lubrication specialists and others involved in planning, implementing or using a condition based maintenance program or predictive maintenance program.

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