Erbessd Reliability Instruments Corp. of South Glens Falls, the creator of the DigivibeMX series of machine health analyzers, was recently selected as the supplier of choice for dynamic balancing systems by Harvard University Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering.
According to the company, Thomas Blough, Staff Engineer of the Harvard University Wyss Institute selected the DigivibeMX M10 dynamic balancing system created by the Erbessd Reliability team due to its power to easily assess machine health, the intuitive nature of the user interface, and the ability to correct imbalance conditions in rotary machines such as blowers, fans, pumps, and turbines with flawless accuracy.
The Harvard University Wyss Institute leverages recent insights into how nature builds, controls and manufactures to develop new engineering innovations, a new field of research called biologically inspired engineering. By emulating biological principles of self-assembly, organization and regulation, Harvard is developing disruptive technology solutions for healthcare, energy, architecture, robotics, and manufacturing, which are translated into commercial products and therapies through formation of new startups and corporate alliances.
Holly Hahne, Certified TIPS Trainer, will hold a training session on Monday, May 8, at the Warren County Sheriff’s Department, 1400 Route 9, to teach local servers of alcohol how to prevent drunk driving, underage drinking and intoxication.
Session participants will become certified in the TIPS (Training for Intervention Procedures) program, an alcohol server training program.
Contact Hahn at 321-0098 for individual and group pricing.
TIPS is a skills-based training program designed to prevent intoxication, drunk driving and underage drinking by enhancing the fundamental “people skills” of servers, sellers, and consumers of alcohol. TIPS gives individuals the knowledge and confidence they need to recognize potential alcohol-related problems and intervene to prevent alcohol-related tragedies.
There are TIPS-certified people in all 50 states and over 40 different countries.
More information is available at www.gettips.com Hahne has been involved with TIPS for five years and has certified 400 servers. Her previous experience in the hospitality industry includes over 45 years in the restaurant, bar and hotel industry.
She can also be contacted at www.HollHahneTipsTrainer.com