August 2016

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Reliability: Monitor electric motor vibration and optimize motor bearing lubricant application

Follow our discourse with a reliability professional employed by an owner-operator with a number of ammonia and urea plants in locations where blinding sandstorms are prone to occur.

Bloch, Heinz P., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Reader feedback is very important to us. From the many questions that make their way to our desks, we can sense the pulse of industry trends, the level of training, professional competence and issues of concern. We usually send off a reply and later rework the more interesting correspondence into one of the columns you are reading now. Keep this in mind as you follow our discourse with a reliability professional employed by an owner-operator with a number of ammonia and urea plants in locations where blinding sandstorms are prone to occur. Commendations for an admirably tabulated case history To begin with, this reliability professional—a.k.a. “the reader”—deserves credit for making impor

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