Condition monitoring

Has NEVER been so accessible

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ELECTRICAL INSPECTION

The potential catastrophic consequences of electrical system failure and hazards must be avoided at all costs.

Routine inspection on electrical equipment allows companies to detect, monitor and correct problems early, avoiding shut down, loss of production and safety incidents.

Faults are identified safely, often in the early stages of their failure cycle while causing no interruption to normal operations, allowing repair strategies to be planned in advance.

The elimination of breakdowns, reduction in maintenance costs and increase in production are all a result of a well-established predictive maintenance program.

Demonstrate good operation with a certified report with a full audit trail of inspected equipment. As a result satisfy insurance company requirements.

EARLY STAGE DEFECT DETECTION = MORE TIME TO PLAN MAINTENANCE.

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Electrical Failure

When electrical components fail, usually the failure is exponential. Small, incremental increases in temperature eventually lead to an avalanche effect, followed by complete failure.

This process is referred to as the “Arrhenius Effect” and the bend in a components temperature curve tells a lot about it’s failure cycle.

For a component to fail completely, it can take time. Companies don’t always require to repair faults immediately and shut down for maintenance. It is important to identify where each component is, in its failure cycle.

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MECHANICAL INSPECTION

Any moving machine has the potential to fail, including motors, pumps and fans. The problem can be bearings, misalignment, seal failure or a myriad of other faults.

Thermal imaging is the safest and most efficient method for identifying overheating components quickly. Once identified vibration analysis can be utilized to determine the root cause of the pending failure. Combined, these become a very effective condition monitoring program.

When machinery is running well it will operate at a constant temperature. By monitoring this base line information it is possible to detect equipment’s fault cycle very early. Timely detection gives time to plan the repair and helps eliminate unplanned stoppages.

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Benefits

Reduce maintenance costs through instant non contact analysis of mechanical equipment and other critical plant.

Locate thermal anomalies (abnormal patterns of heat visible to the naked eye) which indicate defects or inefficiencies within a system or machine asset.

  • Cost effective, immediate results.
  • Prevent unexpected downtime and production loss.
  • Schedule maintenance in advance.
  • Inspect equipment while they are operational.
  • Full audit trail of inspected equipment.
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ELECTRICAL INSPECTION

The potential catastrophic consequences of electrical system failure and hazards must be avoided at all costs.

Routine inspection on electrical equipment allows companies to detect, monitor and correct problems early, avoiding shut down, loss of production and safety incidents.

Faults are identified safely, often in the early stages of their failure cycle while causing no interruption to normal operations, allowing repair strategies to be planned in advance.

The elimination of breakdowns, reduction in maintenance costs and increase in production are all a result of a well-established predictive maintenance program.

Demonstrate good operation with a certified report with a full audit trail of inspected equipment. As a result satisfy insurance company requirements.

EARLY STAGE DEFECT DETECTION = MORE TIME TO PLAN MAINTENANCE.

W

Electrical Failure

When electrical components fail, usually the failure is exponential. Small, incremental increases in temperature eventually lead to an avalanche effect, followed by complete failure.

This process is referred to as the “Arrhenius Effect” and the bend in a components temperature curve tells a lot about it’s failure cycle.

For a component to fail completely, it can take time. Companies don’t always require to repair faults immediately and shut down for maintenance. It is important to identify where each component is, in its failure cycle.

W

MECHANICAL INSPECTION

Any moving machine has the potential to fail, including motors, pumps and fans. The problem can be bearings, misalignment, seal failure or a myriad of other faults.

Thermal imaging is the safest and most efficient method for identifying overheating components quickly. Once identified vibration analysis can be utilized to determine the root cause of the pending failure. Combined, these become a very effective condition monitoring program.

When machinery is running well it will operate at a constant temperature. By monitoring this base line information it is possible to detect equipment’s fault cycle very early. Timely detection gives time to plan the repair and helps eliminate unplanned stoppages.

W

Benefits

Reduce maintenance costs through instant non contact analysis of mechanical equipment and other critical plant.

Locate thermal anomalies (abnormal patterns of heat visible to the naked eye) which indicate defects or inefficiencies within a system or machine asset.

 

  • Cost effective, immediate results.
  • Prevent unexpected downtime and production loss.
  • Schedule maintenance in advance.
  • Inspect equipment while they are operational.
  • Full audit trail of inspected equipment.
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