Brady Associate Receives National Standards Certification
GREENSBORO N.C. (June 29, 2011)— Brady (www.bradyservices.com), a company that provides high-efficiency HVAC systems and comprehensive building solutions for commercial and industrial facilities across North Carolina, announces today that Brian Smith has received Level II Analyst Certification by the Vibration Institute (www.vibration.org). The certification program is accredited by the American National Standards Institute.
Vibration analysis is an important part of maintaining peak performance for equipment that includes rotating parts. It can detect imbalances, misalignment, structural instability, as well as design flaws. Early detection through vibration analysis can minimize the unscheduled downtime of mechanical systems.
An individual certified as a Level II Vibration Analyst has proven proficiency in six areas of expertise. These include basic vibration, data acquisition, data processing, fault analysis, condition evaluation and machine testing. Additionally, applicants need complete a four-day course of study and have at least one year of experience.
Brady is headquartered in Greensboro, North Carolina with offices in Raleigh, Fayetteville, Wilmington and Charlotte. Founded in 1962 by Chairman Don Brady, the company remains a family owned enterprise, today employing nearly 300 associates. The company works with building owners, facility managers, developers, architects, engineers and contractors providing sustainable, comprehensive building solutions for commercial and industrial facilities. Brady provides customers with a diverse range of solutions including building automation, energy conservation, green design, performance contracts, mechanical systems, parts and supplies, as well as responsible technical support. For more information, visit www.bradyservices.com or call (800) 849-1915.
About The Vibration Institute:
The Vibration Institute is a nationally recognized, not-for-profit, organization dedicated to the exchange of practical information about vibration and condition monitoring. The institute was established in 1972 and consists of more than 3,000 members, 37 chapters, and a technology division. The institute's program consists of an annual National Technical Training Symposium, short courses, and an internationally recognized certification program for assessing individual levels of expertise in machinery vibrations. The Vibration Institute's Certification Program follows the International Standards Organization standard. For more information, visit www.vibration.org or call (630) 654-2254.
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