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Prediction and Protection Technologies Improve Reliability in the Plant
It costs approximately 50% more to repair a failed asset than if the problem had been addressed prior to failure. Whether your problem asset is part of a machine train or a field device, applying predictive intelligence can mean the difference between making or missing production goals.
For rotating equipment, predictive intelligence can determine asset health, allowing you to reduce scheduled and unscheduled downtime, drive down maintenance costs and increase safety and availability. Predictive diagnostics on field devices enable you to keep them configured, calibrated, and operating effectively, protecting the reliability of your production equipment.
And when critical assets require protection monitoring, API-compliant protection capabilities can be integrated with prediction so you can operate your plant safely and with confidence.
Get in touch with an expert to begin.
Emerson Exchange Studios host Jim Cunningham interviews Erik Lindhjem, VP/GM of Emerson’s Reliability Solutions business to discuss how pandemic-inspired investments in edge analytics and machinery health software are paying off as effects from the pandemic gradually recede.
Discover how a power customer harnessed PeakVue technology, AMS Wireless Vibration Monitors, and AMS Machine Works to trim labor cost associated with collecting of vibration data, attain more frequent vibration data and reducing risk of costly shutdown.
Learn how Lonza experienced rapid return on investment in commissioning 1,400 instruments at its research, development, and production center located in Visp, Switzerland.
Learn how a top U.S. refinery is reducing pump-related Loss of Primary Contact (LOTC) events of its 450+ critical centrifugal pumps.
The industrial gas leader is upgrading the vibration-measuring components, support software and capabilities used by the air, O2, H2, and N2 compressors in its many air-separation units (ASU) at four plants across Texas.
Like many electric utilities, Evergy was facing pressure to reduce its capital expenditure while maintaining the high level of reliability it has always provided
The company, a major electric utility provider to eastern Kansas and western Missouri, turned to Emerson’s AMS portfolio to monitor and analyze vibrations at its fossil-generation plants.
“With this tool, I can determine what’s wrong with a valve in 20 minutes. Existing troubleshooting procedures can take up to 10 hours before determining whether or not a valve needs to be pulled – and even then, the root cause of the problem may not be found.”
For very many years, the concepts behind asset monitoring and management have evolved alongside the machines themselves. Even the highly effective traditional approach used by many today is impacted by the era of digital transformation. Take a look at how traditional approaches become modern approaches, and companies recognize improved uptime and achievement of business goals.
The next step in your digital transformation journey can be quick, easy, and impactful. Unique characteristics of the AMS Wireless Vibration Monitor make installation and configuration so simple, you'll be up and running in less than a few minutes.