RICHMOND, Va. (March 16, 2017)—VibrAlign is launching its American Reliability Tour 2017 that will provide training and address condition monitoring and machinery maintenance.

The American Reliability Tour 2017 follows VibrAlign’s Realigning America Tours that happened during the past four years and featured free seminars about shaft alignment, belt alignment and couplings.

VibrAlign has expanded the topics covered by this year’s tour with the goal of providing machinery maintenance workers with skills and knowledge that can be directly applied in their jobs.

“There’s a skills gap that has to be addressed to put American industry back on top. Spreading condition monitoring and machine maintenance knowledge across the land is how we can make our own small contribution,” VibrAlign CEO David Zdrojewski said.

The American Reliability Tour 2017 will begin on April 13 in Richmond, Virginia, and end on Oct. 26 in Midland, Texas. Tour events will happen in 28 cities across the U.S. Each tour stop offers a half-day of events, which are free to attend. They will feature educational seminars that directly address machinery maintenance and condition monitoring issues, as well as answers to questions submitted by attendees.

VibrAlign said the tour events are not sales presentations. The seminars will be presented by three members of VibrAlign’s professional training staff, who together have more than 100 years of machinery maintenance experience, according to the company.

Those attending will have a chance to ask condition monitoring and machinery maintenance questions. Attendees can submit their question when they register for the event. To register and see all of the tour dates, visit