The evolution of condition monitoring and its impact on industry hiring

Organizations’ need to monitor the condition of their manufacturing and process machines has existed for decades. Still, while technological advances have driven other industries rapidly forward, machine condition monitoring hasn’t evolved at the same speed. However, remote condition monitoring presents a new opportunity for both the industry and workforce to

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Maximise machine health using digital twins for condition monitoring

Unexpected repairs and costly downtime can hamper your business performance and hurt your bottom line. Manufacturers looking to reduce these risks need improved access to information to help them make better decisions. Why should industrial manufacturers worry about downtime? Unplanned downtime costs an estimated $50 billion each year. Condition monitoring

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Condence Go – Between manual inspections and permanent installations

In some cases there is a need for temporary installation of on-line monitoring. A typical situation is that a potential failure or other issue occurs only under some process conditions or otherwise irregularly. Another case might be when it is already known that a machine needs repairing, yet it cannot

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Case study: Critical Process Fan – Detection of Imbalance

A customer with an industrial plant specializing in building materials had an issue with a critical, interruption-insured 500kW process fan. Even under normal process conditions, the fan blades kept fouling due to particles in the process air, this resulted in an imbalance. A regular cleaning routine was in place, and

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How can we improve the scheduling of recurring proactive events?

Remaining time to service – Extent Remaining useful life Machine lifetime or the remaining useful life of a device often depends on the maintenance actions made during the lifecycle of a machine. Condence time to service tool will help on allocation and optimising intervals of planned actions. There is often

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