2013 Annual Conference Announced!
June 28, 2012 01:29 PM
June 28, 2012
2013 VIBRATION INSTITUTE
Training Conference – June 19-21, 2013
One-Day Pre-conference Course(s) – June 18, 2013
Introduction to Machinery Vibrations Course - June 18-21, 2013
Certification Exams – June 22, 2013
Wyndham Jacksonville Riverwalk
1515 Prudential Drive
Jacksonville, FL 32207
The 2013 Vibration Institute Training Conference will take place in beautiful Jacksonville, FL on June 19-21, 2013 at Wyndham Jacksonville Riverwalk. The Training Conference provides training and education in practical vibration technology and networking opportunities for attendees – it is THE place for the vibration community to meet annually.
The 2013 Vibration Institute Training Conference emphasizes the use of basic and advanced techniques to achieve an outstanding predictive maintenance program. Identification, analysis, and correction techniques including balancing and alignment are topics of interest. Techniques used in vibration analysis, basic rotor dynamics, operating deflection shapes, time waveform analysis, machine isolation, and machine monitoring are stressed.
NEW!! The 2013 Training Conference will include three educational tracks
The Preliminary Program is available online.
Full Conference Registration (3 days): $ 950
Speaker/Chapter Officer Registration (3 days): $ 550
Student/FacultyRegistration (3 days): $ 350
Pre-Conference Course (Tuesday, June 18): $ 275
Introduction to Machinery Vibrations Course (4-day course): $1,075
Please be advised that if you arrive at the 2013 Training Conference or IMV course without prior registration, payment must be made in full on-site. Advanced registration is required to sit for any of the certification examinations.
2013 Exhibit Hall
The 2013 Exhibit Hall includes vendors who will have equipment on-hand for conducting condition-based monitoring using vibration analysis, thermography, oil analysis, and ultrasound. The exhibits provide attendees an overview of the technology available for the effective operation of a predictive maintenance program within their organization.
For more detailed information on the 2013 Vibration Institute Training Conference contact the Institute at firstname.lastname@example.org call the Institute at (630) 654-2254.
The mission of the Vibration Institute is to disseminate practical information on evaluating machinery behavior and condition without commercial interest. The Institute offers programs include education, training, certification, opportunities for exchanging technical knowledge, information, procedures, and data that are offered through meetings, publications, formal training and networking.