Jupiter, FL (PRWEB) June 07, 2016
Innovations w/Ed Begley Jr., announced today that it will feature Bruel & Kjr Vibro GmbH (B&K Vibro) in an upcoming episode, airing fourth quarter 2016 via Discovery Channel. Dates and show times TBA.
Bruel & Kjr Vibro supplies integrated solutions for the measurement and analysis of machine vibration. In this episode, viewers will learn what makes Bruel & Kjr Vibro a world-leader in vibration measurement and analysis. In addition to learning about Bruel & Kjr Vibro’s advanced technology for measuring and monitoring machine vibration, spectators will also be educated on the company’s ability to use remote conditioning monitoring systems for the wind power industry to keep the wind turbines turning.
“Industry expertise and close cooperation with customers is the foundation of B&K Vibro’s success in the wind power business. The unique concept of dedicated equipment and software, as well as remote monitoring and machine diagnostics services allow customers to plan maintenance well ahead of time, detect developing faults early and thereby avoid catastrophic events and costly down-tower repairs. Over the years and thousands of monitoring hours, ‘B&K Vibro’ has gained a reputation as a leader in providing wind turbines uptime. This continues to expand through the development of new service concepts and failure detection modes. We are thrilled to present our expertise to a large audience by participating in the Innovations TV Series,” said Hector Barresi, Global Marketing Director of Bruel & Kjr Vibro.
“Bruel & Kjr Vibro uses its core competences to help industry and governments solve their vibration challenges so they can concentrate on their primary task: efficiency in operations and commerce,” said Michael Divine, Producer for the Innovations TV Series. “We look forward to bringing this technology to light.”
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