Our vibration analysis services include monitoring Rotating Equipment (e.g. cooling towers, gear boxes, pumps electric motors, blowers, turbines, etc.) and acceptance testing for new equipment installations (building floors, piping, rotating equipment). If vibration monitoring is crucial to your facility, we can test it for you.
- Monthly Contracts for Vibration Routes.
- Weekly Critical Vibration Routes.
- Vibration analysis troubleshooting for repeated bad actors or tripping on high vibration alarms.
- Newly installed Rotating equipment commissioning – ensure your new assets will operate as expected.
Instead of implementing new systems that may or may not support all aspects of operations, what if we further developed and connected our current systems to provide a unified platform for reporting, KPI’s, operations support, monitoring and continual improvement?
Safety and compliance is not only important for your organization’s overall well being and productivity, but also due to Federal Regulations.
Reliability initiatives often fail. Yet they are re-started time and again be new teams or senior management. Using the Uptime Elements, we can assess your site to see what the next step needs to be to move your program to the next level.
A best practice analysis for electric motor, generators & transformers condition monitoring. Our MCA tests stator windings, rotor, air gap, insulation, power quality and power circuit. We offer both offline and online testing of your electrical assets.
Finding trouble spots that otherwise would be undetectable using AMP clamps with Bluetooth seamlessly integrates all information into the image.
Wireless vibration monitoring 24/7 that is easily installed and does not require IT for implementation. The sensors are able to give readings over settings, minutes, hours, days, weeks, or months.
Our ultrasound analysis uses best practices for finding compressed air/gas leaks, vacuum leak, electrical faults (arcing, tracking & destructive corona) and monitoring slow-speed bearings that cannot be evaluated using traditional vibration analysis.