March 27, 2017

3 key questions to ask when specifying monitoring systems for power plants


There is no doubt that condition monitoring systems add value to production processes. Nevertheless, companies do not always utilize their full potential. Setting some general goals like reduction of downtime while reducing the production costs may be a challenge when it comes to their implementation. Asking the right questions will lay the proper foundations when […]

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March 27, 2017

Importance of shaft torsion measurement


  Vibrations are one of the most important factors that affect the operation and lifetime of electrical rotating machines. Permanent monitoring and periodic vibration tests provide insight into the dynamic state of the machine and can indicate problems during machine exploitation. With hydro generators, for example, radial vibrations are mainly monitored and analyzed and these […]

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March 27, 2017

Self-Powered Diagnostic System


The probability of faults is relatively high for rotating machines working at upper acceptable limits of operation. These faults are caused by electrical, thermal and mechanical, as well as by operational and environmental conditions. The majority of monitoring and protective systems use digital processors that allow utilization of complex criteria for determining the presence of […]

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March 27, 2017

Should machine producers include monitoring systems in their products?


Often in our daily work, we talk to machine producers about adding more value to their products by integrating it with our monitoring solutions. We always do our best to convince them that there is no risk or danger for their machine and that this will be beneficial for their sales operations. But this is […]

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