Product & Service Resources
Sensonics | Fri, 10 Oct 2014
The M9601 eccentricity module from Sensonics is designed to provide protection for large rotating machinery such as turbines.
Sensonics | Fri, 25 Jul 2014
The Sensonics MO8603 module forms one of the Sentry Microprocessor based series and is a signal conditioning unit for monitoring the signal from two eddy current probes.
Werma UK | Thu, 24 Jul 2014
Werma’s Wireless Information Network (WIN) allows the wireless monitoring of machinery in the workshop. The manufacturer has added a development to WIN called WIN slave performance, as well as a piece part counting module.
Sensonics | Tue, 22 Jul 2014
This guide from Sensonics explains the basics of vibration and expansion measurement techniques relating to turbine and auxiliary plant equipment. The guide starts with an introduction to the basic transducers available for plant mounting with associated options and details the various measurement techniques used as standard throughout the power industry.
Sensonics | Thu, 17 Jul 2014
Sensonics has introduced advanced display options for its Sentry G3 machinery protection monitor, a high-performance signal-conditioning unit. The latest Sentry G3 system not only provides machine protection to the API670 standard, but it also offers an intuitive colour LCD display in each module to enable plant engineers to rapidly identify abnormal conditions and manage the dynamic behaviour of their rotating plant.
Sensonics | Wed, 16 Jul 2014
The Sensonics MO8602 module forms one of the Sentry microprocessor-based series and is a signal-conditioning unit for monitoring two eccentricity signals from eddy-current probes.
Sensonics | Fri, 4 Jul 2014
The DN26 G3 from Sensonics is a fully programmable signal conditioning unit capable of monitoring two channels of absolute vibration, shaft vibration or thrust position.
Sensonics | Thu, 26 Jun 2014
The Aegis machine condition monitoring system from Sensonics provides continuous monitoring without the need for operator intervention.
Werma UK | Mon, 16 Jun 2014
The Wireless Information Network (WIN) from Werma is a wireless-based workshop and machine efficiency monitoring system for lean production management and process improvement teams.
Sensonics | Thu, 12 Jun 2014
Sensonics offers a range of seismometers, switches and structural monitoring devices that are designed to provide high-integrity seismic protection for critical assets and industrial processes such as oil, gas or nuclear installations.
4B Braime Elevator Components video article
4B has the world’s largest range of steel and plastic elevator buckets; from the popular low-profile (Super) Starco and CC-S elevator buckets, to the bottomless Spidex buckets, through to the traditional range of deep drawn/seamless steel elevator buckets.
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