Vibration measurement and analysis

Using

Fluke 810 Handheld Mechanical Machine Vibration Tester

* For many years the philosophy has been to simply keep the plant running. If machines failed, they were repaired or a spare was used.

* Now the philosophy has changed. Now organizations have begun to recognize that a great cost-saving has been realized by proactive maintenance.

* The art of predictive maintenance is to monitor the machine with appropriate technologies to detect the anticipated failure modes. The art of predictive maintenance is to monitor the machine with appropriate technologies to detect the anticipated failure modes (Vibration analysis, thermography, oil analysis, wear particle analysis

* It is part of RCA, which prevents the fault from reoccurring.



- Machine rotational speed range 200 rpm to 12000 rpm

- The Fluke 810 Vibration Tester with diagnostic technology (the Tester) helps you quickly identify and prioritize mechanical problems.

- With the Tester, you can make decisions about mechanical maintenance and use it as a supplement to your own judgment based on machine knowledge. The expertise of a trained vibration analyst is in your hands.

- The Fluke 810 uses a simple step-by-step process to report on machine faults the first time measurements are taken without prior measurement history. The diagnostic technology analyzes your machinery and provides text-based diagnoses, severity levels, and possible repair recommendations.

- Faults are identified by comparing vibration data gathered by the Fluke 810 to an extensive set of rules gathered over years of field experience.

- Primarily used for troubleshooting problem equipment, the Tester can also be used to survey equipment before or after planned maintenance.

- The combination of diagnosis, severity and possible repair recommendations helps you make more informed maintenance decisions and address critical problems first.