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Maintenance professionals may not realize how using vibration sensors can improve facility efficiency. Learn about which industrial sectors can benefit from vibration sensors.
Read the wastewater plant case study on how the Fluke 3540 Power Monitor paid for itself in five months by eliminating the need to use contractors.
CASE STUDY: South Dakota cheese company shifts to predictive maintenance with Fluke 3561 FC sensors and eMaint
Vibration, Condition Monitoring, and Connected Reliability.
Vibration screening helps maintenance and reliability teams avoid rotating machine failure.
Identifying the severity of a problem by looking at data can be difficult. Color-coded, varying severity alarms enable maintenance managers to make better data-driven decisions.
Three organizations found cost and time savings after implementing the Fluke 3540 FC Three-Phase Power Monitor into their maintenance programs.
Why Connected Reliability?
Top 5 benefits of Connected Reliability
Baseline and trend your machine health monitoring in one place to analyze and troubleshoot issues quickly and efficiently.
Closing the gap from the beginning at the new Dana Incorporated Driveline Toledo Plant.
Continuously monitoring asset health is critical to avoiding unplanned downtime. Fluke devices help you track conditional change 24/7 and are easy to install.
According to the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) Recommended Practices for Health and Safety Programs, a 50-person plant typically can increase productivity by 13% and save more than $265,000 in faulty products by implementing a rigorous safety and health program.
Manufacturing supplier Standard Industrial reduced excess energy consumption, avoided unplanned downtime, decreased production gaps by using Fluke 3561 FC Vibration Sensors.
Gain a comprehensive historical view of maintenance activity and asset health when you integrate Fluke Connect Condition Monitoring with eMaint CMMS Software.
Technology has improved to the point where maintenance technicians can use the same techniques and tools to troubleshoot as well as to inspect, log and share—the basics of proactive maintenance.
Monitoring assets while they are in their normal operating condition is necessary for identifying power fluctuation, vibration and friction, or temperature. These issues could be symptoms of a bigger problem. Adding vibration sensors to your condition monitoring program is an easy way to add value to your maintenance activities and prevent unplanned downtime.
B3 Electric Case Study Blog Post
Breaking down the process and rationale for successfully adding these sensors for condition monitoring
To use vibration sensors, many maintenance and reliability personnel believe they have to be a vibration expert. For some sensors, this may be true. However, for the 3561 FC Vibration Sensors paired with Fluke Connect™ Condition Monitoring (FCCM) software, expertise is not required.
Figuring out which assets should be screened for vibration can be difficult. Installing vibration monitoring sensors on key assets can increase uptime and reduce costs.
Limited resources can make monitoring all vital plant equipment difficult, if not impossible. That’s where a condition monitoring system with wireless sensors monitoring comes in.
Ensure that your team has the tools it needs to reduce unnecessary repairs and increase uptime by integrating power monitoring sensors into your maintenance program.
Screening is an economical way to monitor assets by automating data collection. Learn more about the benefits of implementing vibration monitoring in your plant.
Wireless sensors paired with condition monitoring software can improve reliability programs, decrease costs and increase uptime.