Condition Monitoring

NVMS drives new product development in partnership with technology partner CTC

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The need for this product was uncovered by a senior NVMS technician during project delivery. A large mining OEM needed a simultaneous multichannel vibration monitor to model how their machines behave in production and over their operational life. This called for detection in all axis, with triaxial and biaxial accelerometers chosen to reduce cabling and […]

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Bently Nevada’s Ranger Pro adds WirelessHART

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Bently Nevada’s best in class wireless sensor, Ranger Pro, is now available with both ISA100 and WirelessHART communication protocols. Since its initial release, Ranger Pro has become an industry standard for full-featured wireless sensors enabling customers across all industries implement true plant-wide condition monitoring solutions and eliminate machine data collection gaps on their production assets. […]

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System 1 Demonstration

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Check out this demonstration on how Bently Nevada’s System 1 Condition Monitoring software platform along with Decision Support helps industrial operations identify machinery asset changes before they create unplanned downtime.

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Virtual Demonstration of the New CTC Wireless Sensor

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Learn about CTC’s new WA100 Wireless Series benefits and applications. This video also provides an in-depth overview of CTC wireless software.

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The next chapter in Rotor Dynamics – Coming Soon

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The Bently Nevada 5252 Series torsional vibration sensor system provides continuous, accurate monitoring of torsional vibration and torsional natural frequencies of rotating machinery— helping operators avoid conditions that may cause drivetrain or machine damage. The 5252 Series may also be used for validation and torsional reports. The 5252 is a non-contacting solution for less intrusive […]

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Improving predictive maintenance with oil condition monitoring.

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As its name suggests, predictive maintenance aims to determine the condition of equipment in-use and predict when maintenance activities need to be undertaken. The objective is to minimise maintenance costs whilst maximising machine availability. This strategy differs from preventative maintenance where timed or calendar maintenance is undertaken based on historical or simulation data. The preventative […]

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System 1: Plant-Wide Monitoring with Clarity and Context for Complex Manufacturing Businesses

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By combining industry leading connectivity, analytics, and visualization capabilities, System 1 is the premier edge historian and condition monitoring platform for plant operators. See how System 1 provides solutions to common complex manufacturing challenges.

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Thermal Imaging Versatility in the Mining Industry

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In an industry where adverse weather and environmental conditions are workplace norms for hundreds of thousands of workers, thermal imaging has been proven a dependable tool to help limit unscheduled downtime, improve workplace safety, and in the process, save millions of dollars. This application note explores the value of integrating thermal imagers into “process” condition […]

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Using Accelerometers in High Temperature Applications

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Many industries have rotating machinery designed to operate at temperatures well above the usable ranges of standard IEPE (internal electronics piezo– electric) accelerometers. These applications usually involve machinery that reaches surface temperatures well above 300degrees F (151C). Typical applications include gas turbines, boilers, steam pumps and other machines that can be critical to operating efficiently. […]

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Improving Bias Stability in High Temperature Accelerometers

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In many industrial applications certain processes require monitoring where the temperatures exceed the long term capabilities of standard accelerometers, which may work for a few weeks or months but tend to fail over the long term. Older designs of higher temperature internally amplified accelerometers utilized components that were temperature tolerant, but suffered sensor bias voltage […]

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ADRE 208 Transitioned to Life Cycle Phase 5

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ADRE 208 and companion ADRE for WindowsTM software products were released in 1992. With over 3,100 systems shipped, these products remained industry standards for rotating machinery diagnostics for over 13 years, until the release of the ADRE 408 DSPi and Sxp software platform in late 2005. After 26 reliable years in service, the ADRE 208 […]

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Next Generation Junction Box

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Our technology partner CTC Online have released the next generation ibox . A fully featured vibration junction box with IEPE sensor condition indicator lights, and convenient interface with fold-forward panel for easy wiring. It includes:  An IEPE bias indicator light to identify when data is to be collected or to show open and short circuit […]

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