Asset Services Updates, Support & Technical Resources

Below is a list of New England Controls’ Asset Services Updates, Support & Technical Resources. Please contact New England Controls for additional information on any of these resources!

Upcoming Events & Training Classes:

Seminars:

Training Classes:

  • May 21-24: Balancing Theory & Balancing Application (2015) – Mansfield, MA
  • June 18-21: Basic
    Analysis/Category I Compliant (2031) – Mansfield, MA
  • July 23-25: Root Cause Failure Analysis (2053) – Mansfield, MA
  • August 20-22: Lubrication I & II (2082) – Mansfield, MA

Equipment Reliability Seminar Presentations:

December 2012: Thank you to all who participated in New England Controls’ Equipment Reliability Seminar & Hands-On Workshops!

Below are links to the seminar presentations from the Equipment Reliability Seminar & Hands-On Workshops:


Video Resources, Announcements & Promotions!

January 2013: Check out Emerson’s new series of over 20 tutorials for AMS Machinery Manager v5.5
It only requires a few short minutes of time to view the individual tutorials, and they represent the new features that have been added to the v 5.5 release!
March 2012: Service Announcement: New England Controls is very pleased to announce that Kevin Pettinelli has joined our Machinery Health Management Division in the role of Senior Reliability Engineer.

Technical Support, Resources & Quantified Business Results

Smart Machinery Health Management: Improve Reliability, Availability and Performance.
Laser Alignment Support: Confirming proper alignment is critical to rotating equipment and can greatly extend machine life.
Vibration Analysis Support: Vibration Analysis offers the most information about the condition of rotating equipment.
Dynamic Balancing Support: Balancing your rotating equipment will significantly increase performance and extend machine life.
Cost Effective Online Monitoring: Avoid the high repair costs and unexpected downtime associated with rotating equipment failure.
Wireless DVC Diagnostics: Develop the right valve maintenance strategy based on equipment criticality.
Cooling Tower Monitoring: Wireless vibration monitoring for motor and gearbox combinations.