How to Write a Proper Condition Monitoring Report

Salah Attia , Reliability & Condition Monitoring Specialist

Description

How to write a proper condition monitoring report, what should be included on the report, different types of CM reports such as commissioning report, routine reports, newly overhauled reports, etc. In addition to some proactive actions reports such as balancing and alignment.

 

 

Bio

Reliability & Condition Monitoring Specialist with 13 years of experience.

 

▪︎Bachelor Degree of Mechanical Engineering

▪︎Certified Vibration Analyst Category IV

▪︎Machinery lubrication Analyst Category II

▪︎Certified Thermographer Category II

▪︎Asset Reliability Practitioner Level I

▪︎Online monitoring systems installation and configuration such as Bently Nevada 3500 systems, TENSOR systems, MOVUS online wireless sensors

▪︎Turbo machinery diagnostic (Steam and gas turbine), (analysis, run-up, balancing) using System 1 online, Evo & Siemens vibroexpert CM500

▪︎Rotating machinery vibration data collection and analysis (gearboxes, pumps, blowers, motors, etc.)

▪︎Thermal imaging for both electrical and Mechanical assets.

▪︎Oil sampling in best practice and participate in analysis reports.

▪︎Onsite balancing (Single and multi-plane balancing)

▪︎Laser Alignment (Vertical, horizontal machines and pulley alignment)

▪︎ODS analysis, modal analysis and using motion amplification camera.

▪︎Root Cause analysis (RCA), Failure Mode analysis (FEMA), Asset Reliability