SDMyers to Present and Exhibit at RELIABILITY Conference 2018
April 15, 2018 | TALLMADGE, OHIO
We are delighted to be an integral part of this year’s RELIABILTY Conference. Come and say “hello” to us during the expo, check out our presentation on Tuesday, and test yourself with our online quiz. We’ve so much to share with you. Let’s talk.
Transformers in industrial applications are incredibly important. They power production lines, critical equipment, and entire industrial operations. If a critical unit fails, the power goes down immediately and brings everything to a halt. SDMyers is here to help you not only avoid unplanned outages, but also create a culture of reliability around transformer management that will keep your operation running smoothly, efficiently, and cost-effectively.
Catch Alan Ross’s talk on Tuesday for insights on transformer reliability
This year Alan Ross, our Vice President of Reliability, will present on how to build a best practices reliability culture in your organization. Alan’s examples will focus on high-voltage power system maintenance, but the subjects are broad enough to apply to most aspects of reliability. Alan’s talk will cover how you as a reliability professional can define the exact reliability culture you want to create, gather support from leadership, understand the changing demographics of the workforce, and define what a “best practices” and “reliability culture” looks like. You can catch Alan’s talk, “Building a Successful Transformer Reliability Program,” between 2 p.m. and 2:45 p.m. in room Sonoma D on Tuesday, April 24.
Take the Transformer IQ Quiz and see how your reliability knowledge stacks up
Do you know your power factor from your Karl Fischer? Your Roger’s Ratio from your Duval Triangle? Test yourself of all aspects of transformer reliability by taking our new Transformer IQ Quiz, available online right now. This 60-question multiple choice quiz was compiled by experts at SDMyers, and it can help you find gaps in your transformer knowledge. It can even suggest course tracks based on the amount of questions you get right. And if you’re already a transformer expert? Get your team members to take it and find out what training they might need to boost their Transformer IQ—and your reliability program.
Join us in Houston this May for The Electric Power Reliability Summit 2018
We are sponsoring a new conference—the Electric Power Reliability Summit—on May 16 and 17, 2018 in Houston, Texas. This is a forum for reliability practitioners, created by reliability practitioners, with a focus on practical solutions. You’ll identify industry best practices, evaluate yourself and your current high voltage reliability plan against those practices, and discover practical ways to close that gap in knowledge. Most importantly, you’ll walk away with a game plan. The summit will feature ReliabilityWeb’s own Terry O’Hanlon, SMRP Chair Dr. Howard Penrose, and a whole host of industrial reliability leaders from all over the US giving talks, leading panels, and participating in workshops. This is the inaugural event and an excellent opportunity to get ahead of the current trends.