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29 November 2021

EASY TO set up with a range of parameters to communicate the real-time operational and maintenance status of machinery, SICK claims to have reimagined the industrial light stack as a versatile and customisable Smart Light Tower

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29 November 2021

ABB'S DATALYZER is a new analyser fleet monitoring application that aims to pre-empt major failure and reduce the risk of non-compliance, leading to a consequential improvement of asset integrity and process safety.

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01 October 2021

SEVERN TRENT Water has ordered 38 Leonova Emerald data collectors and more than 1000 shock pulse adapters from SPM Instrument UK to monitor the mechanical condition of critical equipment at its wastewater treatment sites.

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27 September 2021

THE LATEST version of SPM Instrument's online system, Intellinova Parallel EN, has four channels and is a cost-efficient condition monitoring solution for compact machinery where a few measuring points are sufficient to cover all monitoring requirements.

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27 September 2021

IN ORDER to bring effective, 24/7 condition monitoring to all sizes of business Turck Banner has introduced a self-contained, pre-programmed, starter kit for vibration and temperature monitoring at less than £600.

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16 July 2021

OPERATORS OF onshore wind turbines are always looking to maximise power output and profitability. Therefore, any tool that can reduce turbine maintenance requirements and improve reliability is incredibly useful. To deliver these benefits, Altra Renewables has employed Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) technology to provide smart monitoring of onshore wind turbine braking systems, which improves turbine reliability while simultaneously increasing uptime.

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05 August 2021

ABB HAS launched ABB Ability Condition Monitoring for belts, an advanced digital service to enable mine operators to track speed, misalignment, damage, thickness and wear, slippage and temperature of conveyor belts in real time, and therefore anticipate maintenance, avoid unplanned downtime and improve belt reliability and lifetime.

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03 June 2021

WHEN A Floating Production Storage and Offloading vessel experienced equipment issues, Quartzelec helped rectify the problem and identified and addressed the root cause.

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02 June 2021

THE NEW moneo starter kit from ifm electronic has been designed to provide everything needed for users to start exploring and enjoying the benefits of Industry 4.0 and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT).

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26 March 2021

AS MODERN machines have evolved, so have lubrication systems and, as the oil film between system components is only a few microns thick – invisible to the human eye – it is essential to control and monitor contamination effectively, explains CP Lubricants.

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26 March 2021

A NEW book from the British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing (BINDT), titled: 'An Introduction to Condition Monitoring and Diagnostic Technologies', edited by Professor A Hope and Mr D Whittle, introduces the reader to the wide range of technologies that can be used for the condition monitoring (CM) and diagnostics of structures, plant and machinery through surveillance, monitoring and analysis.

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26 March 2021

ANALOG DEVICES, Inc. (ADI) has introduced a complete condition-based monitoring (CbM) development platform designed to help accelerate condition monitoring hardware, software, and algorithm development.

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12 February 2021

INDUSTRIAL MACHINE health management company, Senseye is making available a turn-key managed solution which enables companies to benefit from predictive maintenance without the need to manage a complex project or have in house condition monitoring expertise.

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04 February 2021

IP&E HAS announced its latest free-to-attend webinar. Brought to you in association with leader in ergonomically designed portable ultrasound devices, UE Systems, 'Ultrasound in the IIoT: Monitoring & Lubricating Bearings Remotely' will take place on Wednesday 24th February at 10.30am.

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30 November 2020

TCE MONITOR is a new service offered by TCE Transmission. It provides reliability information 24/7, allowing a quick response to problems as they occur and efficient deployment of site maintenance staff and sub-contractors.

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06 October 2020

We are very proud to announce a new service from TCE Transmission Ltd – TCE MONITOR. With most of our clients and industry at large, faced with reduced maintenance staff numbers due to furlough and redundancies, it is essential that reliability of equipment is maintained. TCE MONITOR provides reliability information 24/7 allowing for quick response to problems as they occur and efficient deployment of site maintenance staff & sub-contractors.

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12 June 2020

Being able to predict and plan maintenance is the goal pursued by igus with its smart plastics solutions. Intelligent sensors, for example, measure the wear of energy chains, chainflex cables, slewing rings and linear guides. With the new icom.plus communication module, the customer can now decide in which form they would like to incorporate the acquired data from the sensors.

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06 April 2020

Sensonics is playing a key role in helping India to meet the increasingly tough emission standards applied to its installed power generation base.

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19 March 2020

The new ICM 4.0 inline contamination monitor from MP Filtri is designed to deliver the power of connectivity to operators and to be fully Industry 4.0 compliant.

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19 March 2020

The ABB Ability Condition Monitoring for measurement devices is a digital solution that will keep continuous gas analysers under control to ensure clean air operations.

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FEATURES

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23 November 2021

To keep motors reliable and efficient, a well-planned maintenance programme is essential, especially when operating in hazardous areas. Neil Ballinger discusses the maintenance challenges of motors operating in harsh environments

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19 November 2021

At a time when the digital transformation of the intralogistics industry is accelerating, it is essential that maintenance keeps pace, as James Billam explains

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10 March 2021

Despite the numerous and easily quantifiable advantages that can be gained, when it comes to implementing predictive maintenance, there are still some who have their doubts. Philipp Wallner looks at what lies behind the scepticism and how to overcome it

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03 March 2021

With the onshore and offshore wind sector providing an increasing amount of the UK’s energy requirements and contributing to a steadily rising renewable energy percentage, Gary Husband looks at the growing servicing needs, both on- and off-shore

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03 December 2020

With lockdown and social distancing measures still impacting industrial sites and the need to be competitive in an increasingly global market becoming ever more vital, one thing that businesses cannot afford to have is unnecessary downtime. The recent IP&E Live conference on Industrial Maintenance, sponsored by Omicron and Megger, took an in-depth look at reliability best practices

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19 November 2020

Comprehensive cooling tower inspection is essential to minimise equipment or component failure, but ideally it should be paired with a preventive maintenance schedule to achieve better results. David McDaniel and Robert Swafford provide some pointers

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28 October 2020

VIBRATION ANALYSIS has long been an instrument of choice for use with bearings and other rotating equipment. More commonly, ultrasound is being used in conjunction with vibration analysis to help technicians confirm the condition of mechanical assets

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23 September 2020

INSTALLING CONDITION monitoring devices on flood pumps and motors can provide advanced warning of any impending bearing failures. In this example vibration monitoring, along with automatic lubrication, has prevented unplanned downtime of flood pumping stations

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12 June 2020

We all know what a great job vibration analyst’s perform. They are all that stands between a manageable plant and the chaos and mayhem that can result from machines failing unexpectedly. It takes skill, knowledge and experience to be a good vibration analyst; but in many cases, the vibration analyst is only delivering half of the benefits they are capable of. By Jason Tranter, Mobius Institute, Australia and Dean Whittle, RMS Reliability Training Institute, United Kingdom

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12 May 2020

Advances in condition monitoring – brought about by automated collection and analysis of data – mean maintenance teams spend less time collecting data and more time acting on it. Geraint Jones, Technical Manager at SKF discusses the implications this has for automation moving forwards

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26 September 2019

Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based predictive analytics can be used to support robot predictive maintenance. Barry Weller, product manager at Mitsubishi Electric, explains more

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18 February 2019

How can typical rolling bearing damage in wind turbines, particularly in wind turbine rotor bearing supports, be identified early and even prevented altogether? Schaeffler has a solution to this complex challenge: a combination of sensors that are capable of monitoring the critical influencing variables for this type of damage

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13 November 2018

Here, Jonathan Wilkins, marketing director at obsolete parts supplier EU Automation explains how plant engineers can make the most of process data and ensure their maintenance schedule benefits their plant. 

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26 September 2018

A successful steam trap inspection program should identify and repair any faulty steam traps and steam leaks that can impact safety, to reduce energy waste, promote sustainability, and maintain product quality. Here, XXX XXXXXXX of UE Systems Europe explains how ultrasound testing can help

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30 October 2017

SKF's Phil Burge, marketing and communications manager, describes how a staged approach to condition-based maintenance, with asset criticality defining three stages of sophistication - basic, better or best – can best meet operational needs and budgets

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26 May 2017

Predictive maintenance is a key product of Industry 4.0 as it allows businesses to anticipate downtime, efficiently resolve issues and make effective business decisions. Joshua Dugdale, technical manger at the MTA (Manufacturing Technologies Association) explains more

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16 May 2017

Industry 4.0 is all about having better quality and quantity of data, more intelligently communicated and more effectively used, from shop floor right through to enterprise level. David Hannaby, SICK’s UK product manager for presence detection, considers what this means in terms of condition monitoring

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26 May 2017

Industry 4.0/Smart Manufacturing offers a golden opportunity for manufacturing to integrate seamless digital technology in effective production processes that should realise greater economies of production, realise improved efficiencies and keep UK industry as a world leader in innovation on the global market. David Wright, director general of the United Kingdom Lubricants Association considers the role of lubrication in this new environment

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24 April 2017

Bearing frequencies are often hidden within a range of machine signals and harmonics, making it difficult to detect bearing faults at an early stage. Chris Hansford, managing director at Hansford Sensors, explains how a sophisticated signal processing technique can overcome this

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30 May 2017

Big data pattern recognition analysis of the measured vibration data bank from a number of identical machines from one plant or many plants can form the basis for carrying out centralised vibration-based condition monitoring (VCM). The concept 'Internet of Things (IoT)' or Industry 4.0 can be used to visualise the approach, as Jyoti K. Sinha from the University of Manchester, explains

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SPONSORED CONTENT

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29 July 2013

EC61 stand alone gas detector A high sensitivity sensor for the detection of gas concentration. The stand alone gas detector is available in two models. EC61 for use on natural gas detection and the EC62 used for LPG and cylinder liquid gas.

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26 July 2013

As specialist gas meter suppliers we stock a wide range of domestic gas meters, commercial gas meters and gas meter parts and accessories. So, whether you need a turbine, rotary, diaphragm, or prepayment gas meter, a solenoid valve, gas regulator or gas ancillary, we have the right solution for all your gas metering needs.

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31 July 2019

FLIR Thermal Studio is a thermal image analysis and reporting software designed to manage large sets of thermal images and videos.

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29 July 2013

Elster Kent oil meters – non pulse...

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29 July 2013

As specialist water meter suppliers, of domestic and commercial water meters, you can trust MWA to take care of all your water metering needs. Our wide range includes hot water meters, cold water meters and pulse water meters.

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29 July 2013

As independent meter suppliers we stock a wide range of electricity meters for all your electricity metering needs. Whether you are looking for a single phase meter, a three phase meter, a prepayment meter or a combination meter please contact us and we will offer help and advice to make sure that you get the right electricity meter.

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29 July 2013

What is the Renewable Heat Incentive? The Renewable Heat Incentive is a fixed payment for the renewable heat you generate yourself. The Renewable Heat Incentive is similar to the Feed-in Tariffs, a comparable scheme for electricity which went live in April 2010.

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26 April 2013


Real-Time energy displays from Elcomponent

MeterRing RT present your organisation's energy and carbon performance, and renewables contribution in a display designed to both captivate and inform.

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29 July 2013

Intelligas 100 Series Gas Interlock The Intelligas 100 series is the simplest, most economical system that we offer. It meets the requirements of BS 6173, and it’s easy to install – even if you’re not technically qualified. It’s carefully designed and clearly labelled, and if you’re having problems our 24-hour helpline is moments away.

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26 April 2013

OMEGA introduces the new CNi8C-EN Series, a compact wall-mountable process controller or meter. The device is mounted in a sealed polycarbonate IP66 enclosure with transparent flip-top cover for quick access and visibility.

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03 April 2013

A new white paper, "DualSense™ Technology: Why two are safer than one," has been released by Industrial Scientific.

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29 July 2013

MWA Technologies specialise in domestic and commercial energy flow meters and accessories, our range includes ultrasonic and turbine energy meters, modules, sensors and ancillaries.

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