Learn how to calculate the economic impact of ignoring oil analysis data in a simple-to-understand format.
The significance of oil analysis and vibration data in the realm of maintenance and reliability cannot be overstated. However, the fallout from neglecting these critical metrics can be detrimental to any business operation. Oil analysis data can not only act as a precursor to premature equipment failure but quantify losses into real dollars. Watch now to learn how to calculate the economic impact of ignoring oil analysis data in a simple-to-understand format. We’ll also explore several case studies to show what a true problem-to-failure curve looks like when the data is ignored.
Learning Takeaways: 1. A deep dive into the P to F curve and what it may really look like in your organization 2. How to calculate wear-rate in today’s manufacturing landscape 3. Best practices on combining multiple data sources for a more comprehensive outlook of your machinery
About the Presenter: Roy Giorgio Over the past 20 years, Roy has helped companies extend the life cycle and increase the reliable use of industrial equipment across diverse industries from mining to food processing. Understanding and implementing future trends of technology has been Roy’s passion for the past three decades. Roy’s ability to help global organizations such as Cummins, Mobil, Chevron, Sony and Komatsu to unlock the potential of new and emerging technologies has led to outstanding synergies.
After majoring in Mass Communications at Western Kentucky University, Roy began his career as a technical operational leader in several broadcast facilities in the United States. Roy holds several certifications such as CLS, OMA I, MLT I, MLA II from the STLE .
Roy holds a private pilot’s license and has served as a Unit Commander for the Air Force Auxiliary where he participated in search and rescue operations as well as national disaster relief.