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Preventing equipment failure before it happens

Authors
Journal
World Pumps
0262-1762
Publisher
Elsevier
Publication Date
Volume
2005
Issue
461
Identifiers
DOI: 10.1016/s0262-1762(05)00479-7
Keywords
  • Features
Disciplines
  • Engineering
  • Medicine

Abstract

To be able to identify and diagnose equipment problems before they have a chance to manifest into unexpected downtime or catastrophic failure is a desire of many maintenance engineers, as finding the trouble quickly not only saves costly damage to the system, but also dramatically reduces operational costs. Predictive monitoring technologies that flag up problems are not new, but Eugene Sabini, Director of Technology, ITT Industrial Products Group, believes that they have now come of age and are ready to be universally accepted.

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