Condition monitoring with thermal imaging sensors to enhance reliability

//Condition monitoring with thermal imaging sensors to enhance reliability

Condition monitoring with thermal imaging sensors to enhance reliability

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Adding predictive measurement modalities like Thermal Imaging to your reliability program allows you to have a proactive rather than reactive response to potential breakdowns, problems that could lead to failures in other equipment down the line.

Remote Monitoring solution with Thermal Imaging sensors can capture Infrared images of your equipment, reduce downtime, optimize labor spend and improve ROI.

During this month’s Best Practices Webinar session, Frederic Baudart, Lead Product Application Specialist at Fluke Corporation, will discuss the Fluke 3550 FC Thermal Imaging Sensor. Attendees will be provided with an understanding of:

– Real-time remote monitoring of heat patterns for improved decision making
– Adding a “Scanning” layer to your tiered proactive maintenance program with remote monitoring thermal imaging sensors
– Versatile, Portable Thermal Imaging sensor which tracks historical trends and thermal conditions to detect and predict faults
– Alarms that are generated when preset limits are exceeded

Original session held on September 13, 2017

Upcoming Live Best Practice Webinar – Register Now!

Topic: How to combine vibration monitoring with other sensor technologies
Date: Wednesday, August 15, 2018
Time: 11 a.m. ET
Presenter: John Bernet, application specialist, Fluke Corporation
About: John Bernet will discuss how you and your team can combine vibration monitoring strategies with other sensor technologies to advance along your won connected reliability journey.

2018-03-16T13:40:28+00:00September 13, 2017|Predictive maintenance|