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It may seem incredible, but most industrial operations are designed to make their equipment fail. Providing maintenance after breakdown (called reactive maintenance) leads to too much production downtime that translates to high operating and maintenance costs. When a Condition Based Maintenance Strategy is deployed, such as condition monitoring vibration analysis, equipment can be serviced before there is a breakdown. This method minimizes plant downtime, reduces maintenance costs, and results in a minimal loss of productivity when enough advance warning can be given.

CMC’s digital monitoring systems provide a constant data stream of information about all areas of your operation and form a key component in any industrial plant’s preventative maintenance program. In short, our system monitors your machinery leaving your workers to be more efficient in doing their jobs. Additionally our bus based systems reduce engineering and wiring costs by reducing the number of individual sensors that require cabling and termination. Our system is fully specified, easy to connect, and all the equipment you need is provided.

Our Human Machine Interfaces (HMIs) communicate, in real time, the status of your equipment with data including temperature; RPM; vibration; humidity; AC current flow; thermocouples; and other analog signal outputs.

Typical applications in the field include conveying systems, refrigeration and cold storage, lubrication scheduling, environmental monitoring for food and drug processing, pumping systems, remote building monitoring and maintenance scheduling of machinery.

Contact us and let us show you how to improve your operational efficiency and safeguard against human or equipment error by incorporating CMC’s monitoring systems into your working environment.