2300 Series Vibration Monitor

Bently Nevada’s 2300 Vibration Monitors are designed for use on a broad range of machine trains or individual casings where the sensor point count fits the monitor’s channel count and where advanced signal processing is desired. The 2300 Series provides very low cost condition monitoring and protection capabilities on less critical and essential machinery.

These monitors are available with proximity sensing to be used on fluid film bearing machines and velomitor sensing to monitor slow speed machines. Designed to continuously assess and protect essential balance-of-plant equipment assets, the 2300 Series Vibration Monitor can be used a wide range of industries including:

  • Oil & Gas
  • Power Generation
  • Water Treatment
  • Pulp & Paper
  • Manufacturing
  • Mining
  • Cement

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About Bently Nevada

Baker Hughes suite of ground breaking Bently Nevada rack-based and distributed machinery condition monitoring software and hardware solutions, vibration monitoring equipment and sensors enable greater asset reliability and enhanced efficiency for your operations, backed by an expert global support system.
Bently Nevada

The Bently Nevada product line has been synonymous with machinery protection and condition monitoring for more than 50 years. From refineries and petrochemical plants to hydroelectric facilities and wind farms, Bently Nevada Asset Condition Monitoring offers trusted and proven vibration monitoring equipment and a comprehensive services portfolio to help improve the reliability and performance of production assets like turbines, compressors, motors, generators, and everything in between.

Machine condition monitoring combines advanced hardware, intelligent software, and trusted service and support – providing a broad, connected view of your operations. Together, they enable you to mitigate risk, boost safety, and reduce maintenance costs, while improving equipment reliability, uptime, and efficiency.

Hardware monitoring systems and sensors protect your equipment and collect rich condition monitoring and diagnostic data for analysis.
Condition monitoring and diagnostics software, like System 1, connects real-time and historical data from production equipment to help you anticipate failure before it occurs.
With scalable deployment and ongoing support service offerings, you can ensure that you’re maximizing the value of your condition monitoring program.

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