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Importance of Overall Vibration Measurements in Predictive Maintenance

Overall measurements can be used for identifying a developing fault in a piece of equipment. Overall measurements can be trended over time to make out the trend in machine health.

Predictive Maintenance of cranes Red Sea Gateway Terminal

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Red Sea Gateway Terminal improved reliability of their wheeled gantry cranes with ML, AI, IoT vibration, ultrasound and temperature sensors. This case study if for maintenance managers and CIOs that want to digitize reliability to improve crane maintenance in port of industrial installations.
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Yamama Cement – Journey to Operational Excellence

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15 days Fast Implementation due to wireless sensors and SaaS 48% More assets under digital predictive maintenance 3x Improvement in accuracy and timely prediction of faults. 15 % reduction in unplanned downtime Reduced inspection possible for machineries installed in  difficult to reach locations. Increased asset life due to reduced ware leading to capex savings Production…
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Essel Mining improves reliability across its mining assets

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36% Overall reliability improvement based on increased in MTBF & Uptime 5 Large Critical assets monitored 7 Faults Predicted 21% reduction in unplanned downtime Challenges Outcomes Solving Machinery Huddles with AI The 72+year-old company “Essel Mining & Industries Limited” was founded in 1950, it holds a legacy of  innovation and growth.  EMIL has expanded its…
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Pidilite – Innovating with Precision and Reliability

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6 weeks to full implementation 58 assets monitored 22 faults predicted 32% reduction in unplanned downtime Reduced inspection possible for machineries installed in  difficult to reach locations. Increased asset life due to reduced ware leading to capex savings Production loss prevented due to reduced  unplanned downtimes Reduced overall maintenance cost Reduced inspection possible for machineries…
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How to Reduce Plant Downtime and Increase Productivity?

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Effective ways to reduce plant downtime and increase productivity in the manufacturing plants are enlisted below –  Downtime is the loss of productivity in manufacturing industries due to the lack of equipment maintenance, real-time machine health data insights and human error. It is one of the most critical issues in the processes and operations of…
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Ultrasound Monitoring for Predictive Maintenance

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Ultrasound can be effectively used for predictive and condition based maitnenance for detecting rubbing, lubrication, leaks, bearing and gear faults. It can also be used for detecting arcing in electrical equipment’s. Overview Sound waves with frequency over the human audible frequency range are called ultrasound. These are sound waves that have a frequency of 20…
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Vibration Sensors Types, Applications, Selection and Price

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Are you looking for vibration sensors for your rotating machines? Know how to evaluate and select the right sensor for your predictive maintenance. Measuring and analyzing vibration has got many applications across industries in today’s times. In this article, you are going to know detailed information about vibration sensors. You will be knowing here all…
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Condition Based Monitoring (CBM) for predictive maintenance of ultra low RPM machines

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Using conventional vibration monitoring on low RPM rotating machineries (RPM ~0 to 60) is difficult. Why? What are the usual measurements you need to make on low RPM machines? S.N. Parameter Sensor Measurement System 1. VibrationAccelerationVelocityDisplacement Minimum 500 mV/g low frequency accelerometer with low floor noise. You can also use a 100mV/g with an envelope…
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Predictive maintenance in automotive industry

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Why do we need to move towards Predictive maintenance of vehicles in the automotive industry? As we know we are moving towards Industrial 4.0 and predictive maintenance is playing a vital role in it. Similarly, Automobile industries also started adopting predictive maintenance at a very high scale (Especially Electric Vehicles) to rip benefits of it….
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