Azima DLI offers free download of vibration analysis book

RP news wires, Noria Corporation

Global condition monitoring services company Azima DLI on September 16 announced that its “Introduction to Vibration Analysis” book can now be downloaded for free from the company’s Web site (www.azimadli.com). The authoritative industry resource is also available for the first time in Spanish.

 

Authored by Glen White, the book serves as a reference text for maintenance engineers and technicians who are working with advanced machinery maintenance technology. Readers benefit from gaining a better understanding of the principles of vibration theory and analysis as well as the role of vibration analysis in a comprehensive machine condition monitoring program. Chapters cover machine diagnosis topics including calculating imbalance and misalignment, and the impact of these conditions on turbines, pumps and fans. Practitioners can reference the detailed vibration terminology glossary in addition to learning how to estimate vibration severity and apply related industry standards.

 

“This reference guide has become an industry standard for helping engineers learn the finer points of vibration analysis and providing practical information and advice that can be easily applied in the field,” said Jonathan Hakim, president, Azima DLI. “As Azima DLI’s machine condition monitoring services business grows around the world, we recognized the importance of expanding access to this important learning tool. By making it available for free on the Internet and developing a Spanish language version, we hope to be able to provide the guidance necessary to help international technicians improve the results of their vibration analysis programs.”

 

To access the English version, visit: http://www.azimadli.com/english/library/books.asp

To access the Spanish version, visit: http://www.maquinadevibracion.com/library/books.asp

 

About Azima DLI

Azima DLI is the only global condition monitoring services company exclusively focused on delivering accurate and timely equipment diagnostics to industrial plants, transportation organizations and the military. Azima DLI’s expert analysts, advanced software and flexible, Web-based delivery model provide customers with the information they need for insightful decision making that lowers maintenance costs and improves industrial reliability. Azima DLI’s WATCHMAN Reliability Services combine industry best practices with advanced technology to support sustainable, ROI-driven programs that improve equipment uptime and performance. Azima DLI is headquartered in Woburn, Mass., with offices across the U.S. and international representation in Asia-Pacific, Central America, Europe and South America.

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