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32 channel condition monitoring system from Monitran at Maintenance 2018
A 32 channel condition monitoring system will be featuring on Monitran’s stand at the Maintenance 2018 exhibition in Antwerp this March. Known as the MTN/5032, it can monitor velocity, envelope g and temperature on all channels.
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Andy Anthony, Managing Director of Monitran, explains how vibration and temperature condition monitoring are protecting a new biomass rail load-out system.
Biomass power stations have much in common with those that burn coal and oil, in that they can quickly generate power in order to meet fluctuations in demand
Monitoring the condition of machinery is a practical means of protecting plant and equipment against unexpected failure, and of all conditions that might be monitored vibration levels and temperatures (or rather changes in one or both) often provide the earliest indication that maintenance is necessary. Furthermore, monitoring conditions continuously not only protects plant that needs to run 24/7 but it can also be the foundation of your Condition-Based Predictive Maintenance (CBPM) strategy.
Monitran to showcase its MTN/5000 condition monitoring system at SENSOR+TEST 2015
High Wycombe, United Kingdom – Monitran, an industry leader in the development and manufacture of sensors and condition monitoring systems is to make its debut appearance at SENSOR+TEST 2015; running between 19th and 21st May, in Nürnberg, Germany.
Condition monitoring is essential if you wish to develop an understanding of the health and efficiency of a particular machine or process. Moreover, if the machine or process involves the use of motors, gearboxes or other moving parts, of all parameters that might be monitored vibration is arguably the most useful. Andy Anthony, Managing Director of Monitran, explains why and provides examples.
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Ideal for use with portable and on-line vibration analysers.
Monitoring systems that can be used to measure vibration.
Switch Enclosures and Connection Enclosures by Monitran.
LVDT'S are a popular tansducer in industrial applications.
The latest precision-wound copper coil Proximity Sensors.
Allowing the user access to a vibration sensor for machinery.
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