Condition Monitoring- Condition monitoring (or, colloquially, CM) is the process of monitoring a parameter of condition in machinery (vibration, temperature etc.), in order to identify a significant change which is indicative of a developing fault. It is a major component of predictive maintenance. The use of condition monitoring allows maintenance to be scheduled, or other actions to be taken to prevent failure and avoid its consequences. Condition monitoring has a unique benefit in that conditions that would shorten normal lifespan can be addressed before they develop into a major failure. Condition monitoring techniques are normally used on rotating equipment and other machinery (pumps, electric motors, internal combustion engines, presses), while periodic inspection using non-destructive testing techniques and fit for service (FFS) evaluation are used for stationary plant equipment such as steam boilers, piping and heat exchangers. These services help in you in following way More we Switch towards Predictive Mode more is the increase in Over Equipment Effectiveness (OEE%) Our Asset Life Improvement Package can give you Return On Investment as low is 15-30 days.
Key Benifits :
• Increased electrical system safety
• Huge reduction in Energy Input cost
• Reduction in rotating equipment downtime
• Reduced alarm conditions which increases life of bearings and equipments
Machine Condition Monitoring (Level 1):
Machine condition monitoring calls for measurement of suitable vibration characteristic overall and diagnostic values, which allow the general vibration condition of the machine to be estimated. The trend development of these characteristic values points out condition deterioration, i.e. damage progression. This type of vibration measurement is characterized as 'Level 1'. It allows monitoring of many aggregates without imposing high demands in terms of equipment and manpower.
• Vibration severity, displacement, acceleration
• Shock pulse for bearing evaluation
• Pump cavitation • Temperature
Perfect Test House Machine Condition Diagnosis (Level 2):
Characteristic overall value (Level 1) measurements, however, are insufficient for precise localization of defects, as this requires closer analysis of the machine spectrum. Most types of damage can be detected by their characteristic frequencies or typical pattern of frequencies. 'Level 2' vibration diagnosis normally requires measurement of vibration signals using an FFT vibration analyzer by trained personnel who are experienced in interpreting vibration spectra. We will be happy to evaluate your machine conditions.
Signal Analysis :
• Amplitude spectrum
• Envelope spectrum
• Order analysis
• Time signal
• Our team members are Category II certified Vibration Analysts From Mobi us Institute, Australia.