Product & Service Resources
OMICRON electronics | Wed, 20 Nov 2013
Dielectric response analysis is an advanced technique, providing information about the insulation condition of the measured test object. It is typically used for power transformers, where the water content in the solid cellulosic insulation can be assessed. The condition assessment of the insulation system of instrument transformers has not played an important role until now as typical measurement methods that might be used for power transformers are not applicable here. This paper ...
Sensonics | Thu, 7 Nov 2013
Sensonics is supplying the G3 machinery protection system to the first nuclear power station to be built in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The contract was awarded by the Korea Electric Power Corporation.
OMICRON electronics | Thu, 17 Oct 2013
This white paper from Omicron Electronics introduces a new approach to use the dielectric response analysis for condition assessment of instrument transformers.
Sensonics | Thu, 26 Sep 2013
Senturion proximity probes from condition-monitoring specialist Sensonics are monitoring a range of functions on the turbo blowers in use in the recently relighted blast furnace at the SSI steelworks in Redcar, on Teesside.
Q8Oils | Tue, 6 Aug 2013
Q8Oils’ team of field service technicians provide on-site monitoring and expert advice that can lead to increased coolant life and performance, refined cutting and forming processes and reduced machine downtime. This on-site condition monitoring service is designed to support customers of Q8Oils’ metalworking fluids.
IFM Electronic | Tue, 30 Jul 2013
The VSP vibration sensor from IFM Electronic is used to detect measurement values in atmospheres with a highly explosive potential, such as those found in the chemical, pharmaceutical and mining industries.
Sensonics | Fri, 19 Jul 2013
Vibration transmitters based on piezoelectric technology are commonly used throughout industry for the monitoring and protection of smaller critical rotating plant, such as fans and pumps. For more expensive assets, such as steam and gas turbines, centrifugal pumps and compressors, rack-based systems are standard as they offer the required levels of flexibility in measurement.
Fulton | Tue, 2 Jul 2013
In this article, Carl Knight, sales and marketing manager at boiler manufacturer Fulton, discusses why the regular maintenance and servicing of a steam boiler is so important.
Burkert Fluid Control Systems | Tue, 2 Jul 2013
Cleaning in place (CIP) has been around for approximately 50 years and is commonly used in hygiene-critical industries, such food, beverage and pharmaceutical, to clean a wide range of plant. As this paper from Bürkert explains, CIP refers to the use of a mix of chemicals, heat and water to clean machinery, vessels or pipework without dismantling plant. The process can be one shot, where everything goes to drain, or recovery, which recycles most of the liquid. Overall, CIP can be a ...
Exxonmobil Lubricants and Specialties | Wed, 29 May 2013
According to Exxonmobil, modern steam and gas turbines subject the turbine lubricant to ever greater demands. Higher temperatures are encountered in bearings, smaller reservoirs reduce residence times and issues with varnish deposits have become critical concerns. Since the oil is the lifeblood of reliable turbine operation, sound oil condition monitoring is needed to ensure long, trouble-free operations.
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.
SKF video article