Condition monitoring programs provide a strategic, systematic approach to monitor and predict potential equipment failures. A successful condition monitoring program improves equipment reliability, prevents unscheduled plant outages and allows maintenance to be undertaken in low production periods.
Oil analysis extends the equipment life by effectively monitoring early stage wear of the equipment and condition of the lubricant. Lubricants are replaced upon condition rather than time based routines.
Vibration analysis monitors the machine’s physical condition through the non-invasive analysis of the vibrations it creates. The results are trended to providing a detailed history of the equipment.
Themography provides the ability to monitor the thermal condition of equipment determining normal or baseline temperatures, revealing thermal anomalies which deviate from normal.