Smart Condition Monitoring

Taking and Predictive Maintenance to the Next Level

As an authorised Mitsubishi delivery partner for predictive maintenance and condition monitoring, we are dedicated to helping you optimise asset performance and keep downtime to a minimum.

Our understanding, and wealth of experience, means we can provide you with the right solution to help you achieve this.

  • Bearing problems
  • Machine imbalance
  • Resonance malfunctions
  • Loose foundations under equipment

How it Works

Condition monitoring is a revolutionary process which oversees the working condition of machinery in operation. It pinpoints when a sudden change occurs so the operator can take corrective measures to keep the system running efficiently before any major damage impacts it.

Mitsubishi Electric has integrated a range of smart sensing and automated technology into this comprehensive smart condition monitoring package.  

Smart Condition Monitoring optimises machinery performance and ensures repair related downtime is kept to a minimum with the help of live visibility status of the following components:

  • Motors
  • Fans
  • Pumps
  • Gearboxes

It retrieves live data from advanced measurement sensors, analyses it and then sends updates and warnings to anything from a smartphone to a multi-layered management system. This then deliver’s key information to the right people at the right time, thus ensuring remedial action can be taken in a timely manner and avoiding unnecessary downtime.

It is also capable of detecting fluctuations in a machines’ working condition through its ability to combine smart sensor intelligence with online monitoring and control systems using sophisticated algorithms that can predict failure well ahead of any catastrophic event.

The ‘teach function’ allows the smart condition monitoring sensor to quickly detect abnormal functions through its ability to create a memory map which uses vibration readings.

The ability to connect multiple smart condition monitoring sensors back to a stand-alone controller will lead to a greater understanding of the area that is being monitored. This data can then be networked to the controller using wired or wireless connectivity.

This kind of advanced networking will suit many plant specialists.

So if you are looking for a system that helps you reduce cost, minimise risk and maximise your production, contact us today and speak to one of our smart condition monitoring specialists.

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For more information or to discuss your requirements call us on 01406 424282 or contact us.