04 Aug Vibration monitoring of rotating electric machines.
SYSTEMS FOR REMOTE MONITORING OF THE VIBRATIONAL CONDITION OF ROTATING ELECTRICAL MACHINES VIBRO HEALTH+
The functioning of most of the operational equipment, whose work is related to rotation as turbines, generators, motors, pumps, fans, compressors, etc., is often associated with the generation of unwanted vibrations. They have a negative impact and can lead to rapid wear, failures and damage.
One solution is to continuously monitor the vibrations for 24 hours a day / 7 days a week / 365 days a year and determine the condition of the machines by notifying for problems in the bearings, the specific problems with gears, unbalance, misalignment and aging.
With the use of diagnostic systems like VibroHealth + eco1.0 and VibroHealth + max1.3, you can easily identify malfunctions to promptly remove them. By doing this it is possible to prevent the occurrence of a major accident or to stop the equipment from operation.
The vibration analysis is used as a tool for determining the condition of the equipment and the specific causes for the occurrence of operational problems. This speeds up the implementation of repairs and reduces maintenance costs, and enables repairs to be planned.
POSSIBLE APPLICATION OF THE SYSTEMS
- Electric Motors
- Industrial Machinery
- Pumps – Circulation, condensate, feeding and oil machines
- Fans for hot air, for smoke and for grinding
TECHNICAL CAPABILITIES OF SYSTEMS
- Data for measurements:
– VibroHealth + eco1.0 – radial vibration / H and V, axial vibration.
– VibroHealth + max1.3 – radial vibration / H and V, axial vibration, speed (RPMs), linear displacement.
- Data signaling – light and/or sound.
- Data visualization:
– VibroHealth + eco1.0 – RMS / vibrational condition, historical data / forecasting of future failures.
– VibroHealth + max1.3 – RMS / vibration condition, FFT / spectral analysis of vibrations,
– ORBIT plot / / unusual movements of the shaft in the bearings, debalance, disruption of balance presence of resonance phenomena, historical data / forecasting of future failures.
- Data for the Monitoring System – an open installation / Data Center CERB or closed installation / local server CLIENT.
- Transfer of data from the observed objects to the DATA server – LAN or Wi-Fi network.
- Positioning the local server and site for monitoring and analysis of the results