AMETEK Spectro Scientific's TruVu™ 360 fluid intelligence software is designed to help reliability professionals implement on-site oil analysis into their condition monitoring programs. Taking the guess work out of on-site oil analysis, TruVu 360 seamlessly integrates both equipment knowledge from the in-house expert with built-in fluid intelligence algorithms to create custom lubricant condition monitoring programs. Customized programs allow reliability professionals to easily track global program success, normalize workflow and quickly generate value-add data that contributes to the overall success and bottom line of the organization.
In this webinar, we will explore how an industrial on-site oil analysis laboratory incorporated TruVu 360 into their workflow. Equipped with an RDE-OES spectrometer, IR spectrometer, viscometer and particle imaging device, we will learn how the in-house oil analysis laboratory, integrated with TruVu 360, improved sample turnaround time, normalized workflow and better utilized the valuable in-house resources available at the plant.
- Learn how to easily bring oil analysis capabilities in-house
- Understand how to manage your lubricant analysis program on a global scale
- Standardize oil analysis knowledge world-wide
Lisa is a maintenance and reliability professional with over 10 years of experience working in tribology and reliability engineering. Specializing in lubricant analysis, she currently serves on the Technical Solutions Sales Team at Spectro Scientific. She is certified by the Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers (STLE) as a Certified Lubrication Specialist (CLS) and also holds Machinery Lubrication Technician I (MLA I) and Laboratory Lubricant Analysts II (LLA II) certifications with the International Council of Machinery Lubrication (ICML). She currently serves as Co-Vice Chair on the American Standards of Testing and Materials (ASTM) D02.96 Committee for In-service Lubricant Testing and Practices and was the technical lead on two ASTM Standards for in-service grease sampling and analysis (ASTM D7718 and ASTM D7918). Lisa holds a B.S. in Chemistry from York College of Pennsylvania and an M.B.A. from Elizabethtown College.
Nate Hivner serves as a maintenance technician in the PdM group with an East Coast Specialty Alloys Manufacturer. Coming from the automotive repair industry, Nate started working in the field in 2012 and spent four years as a lubrication technician. As a leader on the PdM team, he now focuses primarily on the lubrication program and its progress. Nate holds Machinery Lubricant Analyst (MLA) Level I and Level II and Machinery Lubrication Technician (MLT) Level I and Level II certifications through the International Council of Machinery Lubrication (ICML). He is also certified in Infrared Thermography (CIRT III), Ultrasonic and ISO Cat I Vibration.