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Continuous condition monitoring technique provides manufacturing plants the earliest alerts of wear in critical rotating equipment
High numbers of critical and highly loaded gearboxes in manufacturing plants or within conveyor drives in large scale distribution and warehousing facilities, benefit from ferrous debris sensors providing essential real-time insight into gearbox health. Outputs such as Modbus ensure these sensors can be readily integrated into existing systems.
Oil debris sensor technology is a growing area of CBM, especially among large manufacturers. Download the report for more information
Low speed gearbox wear monitoring can be difficult with traditional CBM methods. Alternative wear detection strategies can provide early warnings. See case study
Wastewater level monitoring in sewage treatment plants requires a sensor that can reliably cope with sludge, strong fluid flow while exposed to the environment
Liquid level sensors with marine systems compatibility accurately monitor hovercraft critical fluids
The Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST) will use the world's largest digital camera, requiring continuous refrigeration to -100°C. High performance liquid level sensors are required as part of this cooling system.
There are many advantages of capacitive level measurement technology - here is a short summary of the main benefits...
Measuring true water volumes in liquids containing flocculant, agitation, foaming etc requires a level sensor designed to be reliable and accurate under these conditions
WearDetect Oil Debris Sensors can be installed directly out of the box using factory settings to be up and running within a few minutes. For more specific situations or where you have been using WearDetect for some time and wish to tailor the output, WearDetect can be fully optimized to suit your specific situation. Please find below 2 videos showing both these scenarios.
The solid, cavity-free sensing probe with a non-stick FEP coating prevents residue build-up in sludge and foul water which would lead to inaccurate liquid level readings