Is Your Facility Making the Grade???

The Pioneer Reliability Assessment Aims to Score Facilities Current Reliability Practices while Providing Ways to Improve

Pioneer Engineering 2015 Course Schedule Announced

Pioneer Engineering has announced the firm’s 2015 course schedule.

Pioneer Engineering Hires Matt Price as New Reliability Engineer

Pioneer Engineering is proud to announce and welcome Matt Price as the firm’s new reliability engineer.
 

Reliability Improvement: The Next Step After Condition Monitoring

I find that in today’s economy, many of our clients have added, or are attempting to implement, an effective condition based maintenance program.  These clients understand the value of this type of program over and above the traditional time-based maintenance strategies.

Machine Lubrication: Where to Start and How to Maintain

When discussing machine lubrication techniques and associated maintenance tasks with industry personnel, I often hear the same story…  “Once a month, we fill it up until it’s full.”  This story can unfold further to reveal that every piece of machinery under such a program receives the same type

Pioneer Engineering’s Research and Development Team has a New Home at Colorado State University’s Powerhouse Energy Institute

The research and development division of Pioneer Engineering, one of the leading and premier providers of reliability engineering and vibration analysis services and training, will now be located in Colorado State University’s Powerhouse Energy Campus.

Pioneer Engineering Tribology and Lubrication Services and Training Course

Pioneer Engineering new comprehensive tribology and lubrication services and training course to our menu of reliability engineering and vibration analysis capabilities.
 

Pioneer Engineering to present at Noria’s 15th Annual Reliable Plant Conference and Exhibition in San Antonio, Texas

Fort Collins, Colo. – March 31, 2014 -- Pioneer Engineering, one of the leading and premier providers of reliability engineering and vibration analysis services and training, will be presenting at Noria’s 15th Annual Reliable Plant Conference in San Antonio, Texas.
 

Quantifying Vibrations: Choosing the Right Units

Vibration is motion, and as with any form of motion there are multiple ways to quantify these values. When I think about cars I am typically interested in how fast the car can accelerate, and what velocity or speed it can get up too.

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How your Equipment Generates a Mathematical Model

Vibration analyst use multiple tools to predict a potential fault in a machine; from transducers to accelerometers, the toolbox for vibration analysts is continually expanding to allow for more comprehensive and accurate data collection and interpretation.

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