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It is impressive to know that many of our employees here at Bently Nevada have served in our business for a minimum of ten years, with employees reaching forty or more years in 2020 as they near their retirement. With that said, we continue to deliver our excitement and energy into keeping things fresh with new technology. The excitement across the marketplace is in full swing with the announcement of Bently Nevada’s next generation condition monitoring, protection and data integration platform showcased this past September 2019. Delivering safe, efficient, reliable, and environmentally friendly operations while maintaining a competitive advantage over peers is virtually unachievable without intelligent adoption of technology and cultural acceptance of changes to long standing processes.

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In this March 2020 Edition

Celebrating our Experience Over 60 Years of Innovation

Celebrating our Experience Over 60 Years of Innovation

It is impressive to know that many of our employees here at Bently Nevada have served in our business for a minimum of ten years, with employees reaching forty or more years in 2020 as they near their retirement. The drive and knowledge to retain such impressive loyalty shows a lot in our products with passion and quality behind the labors of love both in the development all the way through manufacturing, then shipping those items around the globe to our customers, written by Pamela Litka.

System 1 Use Case: Thermodynamic Performance Monitoring

System 1 Use Case: Thermodynamic Performance Monitoring

Process-intensive Industrial Operators are increasingly wading into the digital transformation revolution to streamline production in the face of globalization, a shifting workforce, and heightened cyber security threats. Delivering safe, efficient, reliable, and environmentally friendly operations while maintaining a competitive advantage over peers is virtually unachievable without intelligent adoption of technology and cultural acceptance of changes to long standing processes, written by Jeffery Sipek.

Orbit 60 series update: Q1 2020

Orbit 60 series update: Q1 2020

The Orbit 60 platform is complementary to the broader solutions portfolio, providing our valued customers with more flexible options for new projects, retrofits, and applications across the facility, written by Darren Evans.

Hydro - Smart Monitoring for the intelligent machine age

Hydro - Smart Monitoring for the intelligent machine age

Older machinery protection systems, and even transmitters and simple vibration switches marketed today, only produce a “Direct” vibration measurement. Since the Direct value contains contributions from all sources of measured vibration, it is the one measurement that can provide a comprehensive representation of the overall health of the machine. However, relying on this measurement alone has drawbacks, written by Mark Snyder.

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