Reduce downtime and identify problems before they occur with continuous monitoring. With Fluke tools you are prepared reduce energy costs, minimize downtime and avoid production stops.Watch the video
Effectively forecast issues, make cost saving decisions
With a history of stored images, taken over time, you are prepared to predict when machinery may fail and take preventive measures.Watch the video
How Fluke can support your work
- Benefits of proactive
- Maintenance program types
- Gathering data
- See where the issue is
- Extend machinery lifetime
- Motor and Drive
- Process Calibration
Benefits of proactive maintenance
How much does unexpected downtime cost your facility per minute, hour, or day? How much of that downtime can you prevent?
By measuring key indicators on critical equipment you can discover impending failures and schedule maintenance. This is a far more cost-effective and efficient approach than waiting to perform maintenance when failures occur.
Many companies have moved away from reactive maintenance practices and are focusing on taking actions through:
- Preventive Maintenance: Scheduled service for the purpose of maintaining equipment and facilities in satisfactory operating condition.
- Predictive Maintenance: Routine monitoring of in-service equipment in order to predict when maintenance should be performed.
Setting up a program that moves away from reactive maintenance and more toward preventive and predictive maintenance seems daunting. Watch our live-recorded webinar for an introduction into the value and some simple steps to get started.
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Unplanned downtime can have catastrophic results
To avoid downtime many companies have implemented a Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) program. A combination of Reactive, Preventive and Predictive Maintenance, the blended RCM approach maximizes asset availability and efficiency.
By sharing information using technology, information is easily transferred from the field to the office and everyone is equipped to make maintenance decisions and to balance resources with benefits.
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The goal of a successful preventive maintenance program is to have easy access to historical data for each piece of critical equipment. With this, measurement trends can be monitored and maintenance downtime planned.
Implementing a preventive maintenance program is easier than ever before with Fluke Connect™ EquipmentLog™ history.
Learn the latest techniques for data gathering using Fluke Connect.
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See the issue in context
When you can see problems before they become emergencies, your job becomes much easier. You can focus your time and budget on the areas of greatest need.
With infrared inspections you can find mission-critical problems before they occur. Using these tools you can identify issues faster and more efficiently while thoroughly documenting problem areas for additional follow-up.
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Extend Machinery Lifetime
Machinery lifetime is dependent on several factors. Learn ways to detect potential problems and increase machinery lifetime, download:
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Misalignment can be a contributing factor in short machinery lifetime. When you reduce misalignment, the expected bearing life increases which can mean fewer repairs. Stop wasting money on unnecessary replacement parts, repair time and unplanned downtime.
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Keep your motors and drives running at peak efficiency
The right knowledge can mean the difference between costly downtime and repair or efficiently restoring production with minimal interruption.
Prioritizing workload and managing preventative maintenance to monitor equipment and troubleshoot intermittent elusive problems can help avoid failures caused by normal system operating stresses.
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In some industries taking systematic measurements is not only a way to prevent downtime, it may be needed as a matter of fiduciary responsibility. This is certainly the case in custody transfer applications where the buying and selling of a commodity like natural gas is involved.
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