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Condition based monitoring can be classed as part of an overall preventative maintenance process in the work place where the condition and the state of factory machinery and processing equipment is being monitored for the early signs of assembly or component impending failure.
The overall monitoring process is carried out with regards to the detection of it’s internal and external components and assemblies overheating and producing excessive levels of abnormal vibration.
Most items of factory and site equipment and items of processing machinery can be monitored using sophisticated instrumentation such as vibration analysis equipment, thermal imaging, and also using the human senses. Where items of instrumentation is used the actual limits of machinery components condition can be applied to activate and trigger essential maintenance and repair activity.
The term of “condition based monitoring” is a form of predictive maintenance where the process of monitoring of site equipment and machinery is carried out.
The UK is home to many types of manufacturing industries as well as sites that process and handle all types of materials. Condition monitoring can allow service industries to operate more efficiently with less production downtime if an item of machinery has to be put out of service due to a component failure.
The application of predictive maintenance can help avoid a plant outage or shutdown.
Heavy machinery moving is an engineering task that should be trusted to a company which has the necessary experience and skills to hand for carrying out this specialist area of work.
As well as considering the budgets involved with heavy machinery moving, it is important to recognise other factors such as health and safety on-site, the quality of service being provided by the engineering support company, and also the possible exposure to daily risks such as business or manufacturing production loss whilst the heavy machinery is being removed, dismantled, re-assembled, or transported from one location to another in your factory or to a new site.