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Condition monitoring is the systematic process of collecting, analysing, and interpreting data from equipment and machinery to assess their operational health. Utilising techniques such as vibration analysis, thermography, ultrasound, and oil analysis, industries can detect changes in machine condition that might indicate a developing fault or degradation. By continuously monitoring these parameters, deviations from established baselines or norms can be identified, signalling the need for intervention. The data-driven nature of condition monitoring, when integrated with modern predictive analytics, allows for timely maintenance actions, reducing the risk of catastrophic failures and enhancing equipment longevity.
Several specialised instruments facilitate effective condition monitoring. Vibration analysers gauge oscillations in machinery components, highlighting imbalances or misalignments. Infrared cameras capture temperature disparities, identifying overheating or insulation failures. Ultrasound detectors pinpoint leaks or electrical discharge, while spectrometers analyse oil contaminants, signalling wear and tear. Each of these instruments, tailored for specific diagnostic purposes, collectively ensures a comprehensive assessment of machinery health.