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Condition Monitoring with a Vibration Analysis

Posted on Jun 3, 2014 by in News | 0 comments

Condition Monitoring – Predictive Maintenance

http://reliabilityweb.com/index.php/articles/managing_a_successful_condition_monitoring_program/

If you’ve ever gotten a call on your day off informing you that a critical system is down, you can certainly appreciate that the ability to receive adequate warning of a system failure is more of a necessity than a luxury. Scheduling repairs during downtime saves time, stress and money.

This article is a great overview of the benefits and challenges that facility managers experience when implementing an effective condition monitoring program for their facility. As stated in the article, machines try to warn you of impending problems through changes in vibration, sound, temperature etc. If a problem or failure of your equipment could lead to a total shut-down, it would be smart to implement a predictive maintenance program. Selecting and implementing an appropriate testing schedule allows facility managers to catch impending problems before catastrophic failure occurs. When a technician notices a potential problem, he or she can head off equipment failure and save your company from potential revenue loss due to unscheduled shut downs.

Contact us at Lindskog Balancing to discuss how we can get your facility started with a Vibration based Condition Monitoring Program that focuses on trending the performance in equipment in order to identify a wide range of issues before they result in catastrophic failures.

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