Crunching numbers and evaluating costs are critical steps in determining the best way to maintain equipment.
Effective predictive maintenance requires a commitment to a comprehensive program, which can result in cost savings.
Pump users must think outside the box to ensure their equipment will avoid impending failure.
This technology provides long service life and reliability for variable speed applications.
Read these guidelines, and use the scorecard at the end of the article to find out.
Some pumps were running with high vibration levels, while the disc couplings were failing on a regular basis.
Instrumentation led these users to more informed decisions.
An effective program can increase the reliability and availability of machinery while minimizing maintenance costs.
Isolation valves, centrifugal solids separators and clean-in-place connections improve thermal performance.
Remote monitoring allows facilities to plan maintenance effectively before defects result in downtime.
Specialized software helps end users address problems before they happen.
Remote monitoring software prevents damage and downtime related to sealing problems.
An advanced software solution saved one user $350,000 in lost power production revenue.
A damaged condenser vacuum pump and high temperatures put operations at risk.
A monitoring solution detected system issues on industrial water and water injection pumps.
Level sensor and pump liner flaws increase avoidable costs for mining facilities.
Real-time monitoring software and trained support staff provided early warning of critical equipment issues and prevented costly faults.