2020-06-05T09:47:13+02:008. April 2019|Bearings and Gears, Customer Case Studies, Featured, News|

If best scenario had played out there would have been additional cost savings of $ 2.8 Million This case study illustrates how PROGNOST®-Predictor detected impacting in the time waveform of the gear pump along with a ticking sound coming from the gearbox. Sequence of Events 3/22/2018 at 9:30:00 am: PROGNOST Systems received message from customer who was concerned that they heard a ticking coming from Gear Pump gearbox. Customer was asked to look at the time waveform on one of the sensors near the ticking and we found a very strong impacting happening that was very concerning. 9:38:00 am – Customer sent a screenshot of time waveform which showed a large amount of impacting that he had found. This impacting [...]

PROGNOST®-Predictor User Forum a Success!

2020-06-05T09:58:23+02:004. April 2019|About PROGNOST Systems, News|

Bearing, Gearbox, and Extruder Monitoring Seminar 2019 The 2019 Bearing, Gearbox, and Extruder Monitoring Seminar wrapped up yesterday to uniform praise and thanks from attendees. Attendees appreciated the training, the demonstration of the SW capabilities, and the interaction with other users. There were a lot of good discussions, and we collected several suggestions for future improvements.

PROGNOST Systems office in Abu Dhabi

2020-06-05T09:55:52+02:0026. February 2019|General, About PROGNOST Systems, News|

On the picture above you see from left to right: Alexander Harenkamp, General Manager, H.E. Eng. Salah Salem Bin Omair Al Shamsi, Local Partner. The new company is locally established in Abu Dhabi operates under the name of “PROGNOST Machinery Diagnostics Equipment and Services L.L.C.” and will have its offices in downtown Abu Dhabi on Muroor Road in close vicinity to the Sheikh Khalifa Energy complex. PROGNOST Systems has been operating in the Middle East for many years through local service and sales partners. The expansion into the region is also a response to rising demand from local clients for intelligent monitoring systems for rotating equipment and related diagnostic services. The UAE and Abu Dhabi specifically is home to many [...]

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2020-06-05T10:02:39+02:0025. February 2019|Newsletter Intelligent Machine Monitoring, News|

Our advertising and Marketing-free Newsletter "Intelligent Machine Monitoring" features problem-solving content related to Online Condition Monitoring and Machine Protection of Rotating Equipment. We appreciate your feedback, questions, and comments The first issue of the Newsletter will teach you about: Best practices for Sensor Positions on Reciprocating Compressors Best practices on how to select a Condition Monitoring System Customer Case Study for Reciprocating compressor: Early detection of a damaged crankshaft bearing Newsletter Signup

Sensor locations on Reciprocating Compressors

2020-06-05T10:02:35+02:0018. February 2019|Intelligent Machine Monitoring, Multimedia library, News|

Best practices for sensor mounting to obtain perfect signals for Online Condition Monitoring and Machine Protection of Rotating Equipment. This includes acceleration sensors, velocity sensors for API compressors, displacement and pressure sensors.

Time vs Frequency domain signal analyses

2020-06-05T10:03:18+02:0021. December 2018|Intelligent Machine Monitoring, Multimedia library, News|

What is the relationship between time domain and frequency domain in terms of basic parameters? We will answer this question in the next 18 minutes and provide you some expert advice for vibration analyses. The second part of this episode will focus on the correct rules to capture a fruitful time signal. You will learn how to compare and make correct settings so you should not miss any frequency of interest.

Why segmented vibration analyses is superior

2020-06-05T10:38:22+02:0019. December 2018|About PROGNOST Systems, Intelligent Machine Monitoring, Multimedia library, News|

Why radial and piston compressors each require special analyses for vibration monitoring? Because both machine types have very different operating principles. The main difference is that the vibration signature of reciprocating machinery is marked by regular peaks that occur during each revolution. These peaks come from mechanical impacts such as valve opening and closing. That means, for reciprocating compressors reoccurring vibration amplitudes are good. As opposed to rotating machinery, where a flat vibration reading is good and vibration amplitudes are bad. With this basic understanding of vibration origin and signatures, it is obvious that both machines types require dedicated monitoring strategies. For reciprocating compressors, the unique segmentation of vibration monitoring proved to be a reliable way to detect impending failures [...]

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