RelaDyne, one of the nation’s leading providers of lubricants, fuel, diesel exhaust fluid (DEF), and industrial reliability services, will be showcasing its Field Reliability Management (FRM) services division at this year’s 43rd Turbomachinery Symposia & 30th International Pump Users Symposia (Pump & Turbo 2014). The event is to be held at George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Texas, September 22-25. The Symposia runs September 23-25 with short courses running in conjunction with the symposia being held on September 22.
At Booth 1650, Pump & Turbo attendees will find detailed information surrounding RelaDyne’s Field Reliability Management (FRM) services. FRM addresses lubrication-related equipment failures through the identification of their root cause and then partners with its customers to prevent their reoccurrence. Some of FRM’s solutions include fueling services, high velocity flushing, fluid purification and dehydration, condition monitoring, and varnish mitigation.
Varnish, the buildup of oil degradation products that stick to lubricating and hydraulic oil system internals, has become a major issue throughout the industrial world. “We’ve worked with leaders across the industrial markets to help solve their varnish problems and ensure their equipment is up to cleanliness specs,” says Jay Hurt, RelaDyne Executive Vice President of FRM. “Our process uses the latest technologies and equipment to reverse the effects of varnish and help identify ways to keep varnish out of our customers’ systems. We are really looking forward to sharing our process with show attendees.” Pump & Turbo attendees can stop by to pick up information on FRM services and drop off their business cards to enter a drawing for a set of Texans tickets.
There are several registration types ranging from full symposia, day pass, free exhibit hall and a student pass for engineering students. For a free exhibit hall pass, click here. Already, Pump & Turbo 2014 has exceeded previous records for the number of exhibiting companies and occupied booths expected this year. Pump & Turbo 2014 is organized by Turbomachinary Laboratory, part of the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station.
About the Turbo Lab
The Turbomachinery Laboratory (Turbo Lab) is a center in the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES), located in College Station, Texas. Founded in 1971, The Turbo Lab and its participating faculty and staff continue to address the needs of users and manufacturers of turbomachinery.
About the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station
As an engineering research agency of Texas, TEES performs quality research driven by world problems; strengthens and expands the state’s workforce through educational partnerships and training; and develops and transfers technology to industry. TEES partners with academic institutions, governmental agencies, industries, and communities to solve problems to help improve the quality of life, promote economic development, and enhance educational systems. TEES, a member of the Texas A&M University System is in its 100th year of engineering solutions.