Vibration Sensors scenarios (3rd)

This is the third and last post to be written under the theme of utilizing vibration sensors. We’re going to do more in the future, but we’re done with this series. In short, sensors are already widely used in the HVAC, food and beverage, chemical industry, automotive and oil and gas industries.

Because the cost of introducing and operating sensors is relatively small, but the value that companies get from them is proven to be comprehensive and essential to their business operations. Until recently, sensors and related solutions have focused on monitoring key assets and fault finding. But now, it’s working in conjunction with cloud, artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things, and data analytics technologies to help you diagnose situations, handle failures, and prevent them more accurately.

The solutions for rotating assets

Using vibration monitoring (or screening) technology, you can improve the state of revolving assets that are used directly and indirectly for most business operations. Using vibration sensors in conjunction with cloud-based data makes data collection much easier. You should store information from all the sensors and portable tools your company operates in a single, easy-to-use space.

vibration monitoring & analysis

In addition, there are some considerations for the space in which data is kept: first, high level of security must be ensured. Next, you need the scalability to respond to data growth. Data recovery and failover should be established.

You can improve noncritical and semi-critical asset reliability by monitoring for conditional changes to extend the life of equipment, obtain the information needed to make data-driven decisions and spend less time on reactive repairs by analyzing information provided by vibration sensors. Not only will including vibration sensors in a facility simplify and target maintenance tasks, but it will also help teams experience increased equipment reliability.

The number of assets in the facility is increasing, and the types of assets that need to be managed properly are also expanding. With countless equipment under control, the traditional route-based maintenance that many companies have can be difficult and costly for you to complete effective management while doing other routine activities. Most machines benefit from a kind of remote monitoring program. Assets that need to be monitored for excessive vibration are followings:

● Motors

● Pumps

● Compressors

● Gearboxes

● Fans and blowers

● Automated assembly lines

Throughout most process industries and discrete manufacturing, these assets have been operated for long periods — usually 24 hours each day, seven days a week. Their health is a vital concern for maintenance and reliability staffs and their management teams. Vibration monitoring can be an easy and scalable way to determine when assets need the maintenance team’s attention.

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