A 'TEMP' to help engineers, technicians

Predictive maintenance seminar Thursday

Monday, January 16, 2012

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PROJECT and Maintenance Management company TEMPS Solutions will this Thursday host a predictive maintenance seminar for engineers and technicians in major industries that have critical equipment to maintain.

The seminar, which is free of cost and will be held at the Wyndham Kingston Hotel, will cover various topics, including vibration analysis, infrared thermography, lube oil analysis, and air borne ultra sound.

The presenters are drawn from several overseas-based companies — Jesus Sifonte From PdMtech (Puerto Rico), presenting ultrasound; Dennis Ray of HY-PRO Filtration (USA), who will delve into oil quality; Wayne Ruddock, Advanced Infrared Resources (Canada), who will look at infrared; and Tony Febles of HYTORC Bolting (Puerto Rico), who will make a presentation on bolt torquing.

TEMP Solutions Managing Director Keith Whyte will be presenting a recorded webinar from MOBIUS Institute on vibration analysis.

He said the response to the invitations so far has been good.

"I have received over 40 registrations from bauxite, power, and manufacturing companies that understand the importance of the subject to the efficient operation of their plant," Whyte told the Observer.

"My company has a representative status with the companies that are presenting, so I do equipment sales and after service for the products they sell locally," added Whyte, a certified Project Management Professional and the corporate relations director for the Doctor Bird Chapter of the Project Management Institute.




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