How Does Conditional Monitoring Save You Money?
Here are five ways this improves your bottom line.
Extends the life of your assets.
Detecting and alerting you when events impact your motors, conditional monitoring alerts empower you to proactively correct issues before they damage your equipment.
Reduce your energy costs.
Motors efficiency declines with motor health, using conditional monitoring preserves the health of your motors lowering your energy costs.
Extend your staff’s reach.
Your staff focuses on the “problem” motors only when they need maintenance; freeing them up to work on other needed tasks.
Optimize your processes.
Cut work orders only when the asset needs maintenance, conditional monitoring enables you to reduce preventative maintenance activities that are unnecessary, while still achieving high reliability performance.
Avoid unplanned outages, minimizing downtime.
Conditional monitoring alerts and trending on your motors health allows for proactive, data driven, and risk based asset management decisions. Avoiding costly emergency “need it today” requests to your staff, vendors and suppliers. Plan ahead to order supplies and schedule a time to replace/repair when it works best for you and your team.