Thu, Mar 1, 2018 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM CST
Register at https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/2880950650546395650
During this webinar, you will hear from an Iowa company that has built an infrared thermography program over the last several years. Our guest speaker will share with you how his company has implemented a successful infrared program and what the challenges and benefits have been along the way. We’ll also have an ultrasound expert explain the importance of ultrasonic leak detection and how repairing leaks in your compressed air system will save you money. This presentation will discuss the use of ultrasound technology for planning and performing an effective ultrasonic compressed air leak survey and what benefits to expect. The final presentation will be a case study of how one local manufacturer has addressed several different energy efficiency initiatives and their results.
Jack Miller, Reliability Analyst Wells Enterprises, Inc.
Jack has worked in food manufacturing for 30 years. Currently he is a Level III certified infrared specialist with over 20 years of field and program management experience and is also Vice Chairman for the Nebraska/Iowa Society for Maintenance and Reliability Professionals chapter.
Adrian Messer, CMRP, Manager of US Operations UE Systems, Inc.
For more than a decade, Adrian has helped plants and facilities across the US implement successful ultrasound programs to help improve overall plant and equipment reliability within their facilities. Adrian is a graduate of Clemson University and is a Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional through the Society for Maintenance and Reliability Professionals.
Trever Tolliver, Water Quality Engineer HOH Water Technology
Trever partners with industrial facilities to help increase water efficiency and extend equipment life and performance through water treatment. Previously, Trever was a P2 Intern for the Iowa DNR, where he completed a compressed air efficiency project with JBS Pork located in Marshalltown. He graduated from Iowa State University with a degree in mechanical engineering.