|Offering predictive maintenance services in the areas of vibration, oil, thermography, ultrasonic inspection and training on controls and drives.|
analysis is the study of vibration patterns to determine the condition
of a piece of equipment. Problems such as out-of-balance,
misalignment, defective bearings, and even motor electrical defects
can be determined and analyzed using vibration analysis. We use state
of the art equipment to collect our data. Data is analyzed to
determine the severity and cause. Based on the readings, root cause
analysis studies are performed to determine the source of chronic
vibration related problems. The most important tool using vibration
analysis is the trending capability. Pending problems can be monitored
to maximize the lifetime of the equipment. With periodic data
collection, we trend the history of the equipment, monitoring for
increase in vibration levels and new possible problem areas. Also, we
perform balancing service if required.
is performed most often when a customer wants to evaluate the
condition of their electrical supply.
An infrared camera is used to determine if there are any
electrical malfunctions or ‘hot spots’ such as imbalanced phases,
loose connections, overloads, etc.
All ‘hot spots’ are brought to the customer’s attention
for immediate corrective action.
Thermography can also be used to find heat losses in buildings
where insulation has broken down. Annual thermography scans are being
mandated by a lot of insurance companies today, just to get coverage.
Some may even offer rate decreases if this type of predictive
maintenance is provided.
collect oil samples and have a detailed analysis performed to
determine the quality of the oil and to help identify component
breakdown. Oil analysis complements vibration analysis because we
periodically see problems using oil analysis that we do not see using
vibration analysis. Our lab performs multiple tests to aid in
identifying the source of pending problems. We trend each oil sample
for history purposes. Also, with the rising costs of disposing used
oil today, unnecessary oil changes are even more critical than ever.
Ultrasonic equipment will measure pipe wall thickness. Ultrasonic analysis is performed when a customer needs to know the condition of piping or vessels. Baseline data is generated and routine measurements are taken and compared to past data. Analysis will determine when it is time to replace pipes or vessels before holes or leaks occur.
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