Studies show that 50 to 70% of all equipment failures can be directly traced to a lubrication-related issue, most of which can be found with oil analysis.
New Single-Pair Ethernet: High-Quality Asset Health Insights and Power on Two Wires for Condition Monitoring Applications
Condition monitoring applications continue to grow in importance, as equipment manufacturers look to increase asset utilization with real-time monitoring of equipment, extend equipment lifespans, and increase throughput by utilizing predictive maintenance techniques to reduce maintenance costs and asset downtime..
- Maurice O'Brien
- Analog Devices, Inc
Balancing cost reduction and efficiency improvement targets is a common source of frustration for maintenance and engineering managers. For facilities that operate continuously with no window for unplanned shutdowns, poor reliability and availability of machinery is far more serious, but even in factories with regular opportunities for maintenance, recovery can still be expensive and time consuming.
- AVT Reliability
Motor testing is integral to the success and efficiency of your business. Its capabilities for troubleshooting and predictive maintenance are a means of sustaining critical systems and achieving meaningful Return On Investment (ROI)..
- Mark Koch
- ALL-TEST Pro, LLC
EMSDs, along with data analysis and a new approach to maintenance called condition-based maintenance, can exploit the information age to not only bridge the knowledge gap, but to also improve the efficiency, safety, reliability and cost of electrical system maintenance…
- Martin Robinson
- IRISS Inc.
In this interview, we speak with Subbu about his start in the lubricant analysis field, and get his point of view about key tools and changes in the reliability, lubrication, and wireless vibration analysis industries…
- KNV Subrahmanyam
- Single Peak Lube Technologies
This case study investigates Duke Energy’s quest to replace its monthly, manual data collection practices with daily, remote data collection and monitoring.
- Alex West
- IHS Markit
Compressed air is used as a source of energy in a lot of sectors. This is due not least to the fact that compressed air is relatively easy to produce and transmit, but the provision of compressed air often involves considerable losses...
- Steffen Moeck