Reliable Plant Conference & Exhibition 2021
The Reliable Plant Conference & Exhibition is to educate, connect and inspire. As a forum where experts and experienced professionals can educate and interact directly with those searching for solutions, Reliable Plant inspires machine reliability through knowledge sharing, hands-on product exposure and networking among peers. SGS team will be present at booth #116 to discuss your condition monitoring program needs. Attend one of the Learning Sessions to hear more from SGS , Matthew Spurlock, about online condition monitoring.
Oct 19, 2021, 08:00
Oct 21, 2021, 17:00
Louisville, United States
SGS will be exhibiting at the Reliable Plant Conference & Exhibition in Louisville, KY. We will be sharing about our solutions with reliability and maintenance professionals. No matter what role you play in maintenance, reliability, operations, or even leadership, the conference has the knowledge and connections you need to drive reliability at your company.
Stop by our booth #116 from October 19 to 21 to get your entry card stamped to enter a drawing for amazing giveaways from Reliable Plant Conference.
Matthew Spurlock, SGS Global Technical Manager, will be a speaker during the Online Condition Monitoring & IIoT learning sessions. You can hear Matthew speak about mapping real-time oil sensors to failure modes and lab testing on October 20 from 4:30pm to 5:20pm Room M103.
Taking place at the Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville. Reliable Plant will host over 60 sessions and 95+ exhibitors.
We can help you optimize your condition monitoring program. We provide extensive in-service lubricant, fuel, and grease monitoring programs designed to increase asset reliability. We offer specialized testing for transformers, refrigerants and turbines. Whether you require service in the USA and anywhere in the world, SGS can provide solutions.
To learn more about our services, please visit our website.
For further information, please contact:
SGS Natural Resources
t: +1 281 478 8234