Webcast: Vibration Monitoring Solutions for Hydropower Plants

IMI webcast

On Nov. 10, IMI Sensors experts will present a free webcast called Vibration Monitoring Solutions for Hydropower Plants.

Vibration monitoring for hydroelectric generators is a very important technology to help prevent catastrophic failures. IMI Sensors provides customers with several different options for properly monitoring a hydro machine. These options include some very low-cost solutions that can fall within almost any budget.

This webinar will start with some basics of a hydropower plant and further discuss the options available to help keep your plants running effectively without any unplanned disruptive events. PCB/IMI Sensors offers more than 50 years of experience in monitoring vibration.

The presenter is Dave Martin, business development manager, PCB Piezotronics Inc. He has more than 25 years of experience with vibration monitoring within the energy market. Martin is a mechanical engineer and Category III vibration analyst. He has worked for PCB for 4.5 years.

IMI Sensors is a PCB Division. IMI Sensors offers a wide range of industrial vibration sensors, bearing fault detectors, mechanical vibration switches, panel meters, cables, and accessories for predictive maintenance and equipment protection. For power generation and energy applications requiring precision measurements, IMI also offers pressure sensors and accelerometers.

The webinar takes place at 11 am EDT in the U.S., and a certificate of attendance will be offered.

Author

  • Elizabeth Ingram is content director for the Hydro Review website and HYDROVISION International. She has more than 17 years of experience with the hydroelectric power industry. Follow her on Twitter @ElizabethIngra4 .

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Elizabeth Ingram is content director for the Hydro Review website and HYDROVISION International. She has more than 17 years of experience with the hydroelectric power industry. Follow her on Twitter @ElizabethIngra4 .

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