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Friday, June 12th | 2.00pm - 5.00pm AEST

Flow Technology 2020

Keeping process industries and essential services flowing during COVID-19

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On 12 June, Australia’s pump professionals, engineers and end users will gather to learn from local and international experts in maintenance, reliability and condition monitoring

It has never been more important to gather the professionals responsible for keeping our lights on, water and sewerage services operating, and process industries running. And while we can’t meet in person right now, we can gather for this virtual conference, where reliability engineers, rotating equipment engineers and other process industry professionals will gather to share knowledge about managing pump assets to keep services flowing.

In this virtual conference, we’ll look at the importance of maintenance, reliability and condition monitoring, and what pump end users can do to ensure equipment continues running smoothly during this sustained crisis. We’ll look at best-practices, and what pump engineers and end users need to know and can do to maintain service and supply and reduce equipment downtime.

2.00pm John Inkster, PIA President, Managing Director at Brown Brothers Engineers and Kelair Pumps
Welcome Remarks

2.15pm Ron Astall, Sales & Contracts Manager at United Pumps Australia
Watching bad actors: identifying persistently problematic pumps and what to monitor

3.00pm Ray Beebe, Speaker and author in machine condition monitoring and seasonal lecturer at Federation University
Machine condition monitoring for reliability

3.45pm Heinz Bloch, Consulting Engineer at Process Machinery Consulting
Turning reliability thinking into reliability implementation

4.25pm Malcolm Robertson, Managing Director at Robertson Technologies
Pump condition monitoring and remote support

Meet The Speakers

We’ve gathered leading Australian and international experts in maintenance, reliability and condition monitoring, to share their knowledge on keeping industries flowing during COVID-19.

Ron Astall, Sales & Contracts Manager at United Pumps Australia
Ron has had a long career in the pump industry with experience in areas including engineering, contract management, applications, sales, marketing and quality assurance; process and petrochemical industries; and the development and implementation of related QA and Contract Management Systems. He is a co-author of the PIA Pump Technical Handbook and a regular trainer and speaker at Australian and international technical seminars. In his presentation, Ron will talk about identifying persistently problematic pumps and what to monitor to prevent trouble before it happens.

Heinz Bloch, Consulting Engineer at Process Machinery Consulting
Heinz Bloch has worked as a mechanical engineer in the US since 1962, and authored or co-written over 750 publications, among them 21 comprehensive books on practical machinery management, failure analysis, failure avoidance, compressors, steam turbines, pumps, oil mist lubrication and optimised lubrication for industry. In his presentation, Heinz will discuss turning reliability thinking into reliability implementation.  

John Inkster, PIA President, Managing Director at Brown Brothers Engineers and Kelair Pumps
John Inkster is the President of Pump Industry Australia (PIA) and the Managing Director of Brown Brothers Engineers New Zealand, Brown Brothers Engineers Australia and Kelair Pumps Australia. Previously, he has worked for a New Zealand engineering consultancy, designing and constructing rural water supply schemes, and feasibility studies for large irrigation schemes. He has also worked in Western Samoa as part of New Zealand’s bilateral aid agreement with the Western Samoan Government, designing and constructing small village-based water supply schemes on the islands of Upolu and Savaii.

Ray Beebe, Speaker and author in machine condition monitoring and seasonal lecturer at Federation University 
Ray specialises in machine control monitoring, having worked in power generation for 28 years before moving into university lecturing. He has taught condition monitoring at Monash University and the Federation University Gippsland campus. Ray has written three books and presented many papers. 

Malcolm Robertson, Managing Director at Robertson Technology
Malcolm Robertson is trained as a physicist 
 obtaining a BSc from Queen Mary College, University of London and a PhD from the University of Surrey  as well as an electronics engineer. He has formed companies in South Africa, the UK and Australia for R&D, manufacturing, and marketing. Currently, he supplies innovative instrumentation to measure pump performance through his company, Robertson Technology based in Western Australia. Over the course of his career, he has obtained five patents and presented numerous technical papers. In his presentation, Malcolm will look at pump condition monitoring and remote support.

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