Production Health Community Newsletter | May 09, 2023

Welcome to The Community

Last week we welcomed 156 new community users online from Essity, a leading global hygiene and health company. Welcome Essity! We're glad to have you here in the early stages of the Production Health community and look forward to hearing your insights and questions.

For those of you hoping to learn a little more about Essity…

"Essity is continuously looking for ways to improve our overall sustainability, efficiency and quality, but this is especially true when it comes to improving and evolving our supply chain. The world is depending on us to continue producing the products it needs, especially in these trying times — and our people are rising up to the challenge, as always. Augury’s Machine Health solution will help us continue our focus on digitalization while reducing manufacturing costs and increasing reliability." - Global Manufacturing Digitalization Director

For those of you new to the community, check out the brief welcome video below and out onboarding article to get started with the community!

Recent Discussions

Preventive, Predictive and Prescriptive

Scott Reed May 8, 2023

Who in this community have made the steps towards RxM as a result of utilizing the Augury platform? What were your outcomes and successes?…Read More

Weekly Best Practices

Respond to All Alerts Promptly

Christian Smith May 8, 2023

We, The vibration analyst team at Augury, understand how busy you are.  Many of us worked on maintenance teams for decades.  Our goal is to choose health statuses that allow you to prioritize work appropriately.  At times, we rely on you to help us make the right decision…Read More

Member Spotlight

Meet Roy @ Frito Lay

Samantha Isin 6:04 am

In his role as a PDM technician for Frito Lay, Roy Smithson uses predictive maintenance technologies to monitor and maintain equipment performance. He began his career in reliability more than 20 years ago, when he attended ultrasonic training on the recommendation of his plant engineer. He initially used the technology to find air leaks, but later expanded it to running ultrasonic routes on production lines. When he noticed that failures were still occurring despite running the routes on a monthly basis, he started running them every two weeks. By increasing his frequency, Roy began detecting more issues before they happened…Read More

New Articles

FAQ: Is there any way we can download the fault cards that I can share with the team/contractors?

Samantha Isin May 5, 2023

On the building page, you can export using the three dots in the top right “building report”. This will capture the diagnostics for the machines held within a given building and send a pdf to your inbox. Ultimately, the pdf can be shared from there…Read More

Upcoming Events

Find Augury at…

Global Industrials Conference, New York City, NY 5/16
Bain's Factory of the Future event, Amsterdam 5/16