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Maximising Machine Health
for increased production reliability

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PRODUCTS

Predict and prevent machine failures with our industrial purpose-built hardware and cloud platform.

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APPLICATIONS

Use Condence for various industrial applications to monitor asset health accurately, free from time and place.

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CONTACT

We would be happy to hear from you.
Please contact us with any questions or comments.

Maximise machine health – Our objective is to make your rotating industrial assets last longer, produce more and perform better.

  • Condence is an end-to-end solution that allows you to combine wireless sensors and highly accurate sensing technologies into one platform that integrates to your existing IT-infrastructure.


  • Condence has open interfaces, making it possible to combine several methods of analysing machine health and to easily adopt to different environments and machines.

Edge Hardware

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Open sensor interfaces for
customizable analysis
and measurements
Open sensor interfaces
for optional
measurements
Wireless + Standard
measurement

(vibration + temperature)

News

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Sverull ElektroDynamo partners up with Condence

Distence Ltd is pleased to introduce Sverull ElektroDynamo, our new partner in Sweden. Sverull is one of the leading companies in Sweden for mechanical maintenance services delivering condition monitoring services as well as repairs for industrial assets, including bearings, pumps and gearboxes. Sverull offers services from 10 locations around Sweden.

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Don’t just fix it: tracking machine failure patterns to avoid downtime

How would you describe your company’s current approach to machine maintenance?
Perhaps you’re primarily focused on scheduled maintenance for your most expensive
machinery to avoid costly unplanned downtime. While this is an essential part of
keeping your facility up and running, it’s also important to be aware of your equipment’s
failure patterns and the real-time status of parts like pumps and bearings.

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