Nova Scotia Chapter Professional Development Event: Reliability Technology Night

Nova Scotia PEMAC Chapter invites you to attend "Reliability Technology Night," an event highlighting predictive maintenance technologies. This engaging evening will feature three insightful presentations, each focusing on a distinct predictive maintenance technology: ultrasound, electric motor testing, and oil analysis.

Join us for this enlightening opportunity to delve into the potential applications of these technologies in your own workplace. Discover how they can enhance operational efficiency, reduce downtime, and contribute to a more sustainable work environment. Whether you're looking to implement these technologies or simply curious about the latest trends in maintenance, this event is tailored for you.

Moreover, this event serves as a platform for professionals to exchange ideas and share their success stories, fostering a community of learning and innovation. We are honored to have three distinguished experts in the field as our special guests for the evening: Gilles Lanthier from SDT, renowned for his expertise in ultrasound technology; Wes Albert from Acuren, an expert in electric motor testing; and Mark Shierman from Fluid Life, an authority on oil analysis.

Don't miss this exceptional opportunity to network with industry peers, gain valuable insights, and explore how these advanced technologies can be leveraged to benefit your workplace.

Date
Thursday, March 7th, 2024
Doors open at 6:30
Event 7-9pm

Cost
This is a free event and open to all PEMAC members and non-members however registration is required so the organizer's can plan accordingly

When
March 7th, 2024 from  7:00 PM to  9:00 PM
Location
NS Power Headquarters
1223 Lower Water St
Halifax, NS
Canada
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