“While the system will only be rolled out in April 2023, the field technicians already use a mobile smart phone/tablet for their standard maintenance requirements, so the addition of a simple app will be seamless. They have undertaken a condition-based maintenance course level 1 and in addition ACOEM device training and are now ready to begin implementing their new condition monitoring strategy,” said John.
“In addition to the field data collection and vibration diagnostics using Accurex being verified by the Reliability Maintenance team, a major benefit is for the field technicians to also take photographs / add reports, and email urgent reports to the Reliability Maintenance team – with all data available on a single screen. This will undoubtedly in time help reduce reactive maintenance and in so doing reduce company costs in time and money, and in addition help predict and prevent catastrophic costly failures and extend the lifecycle of their critical machinery.”
“And Acoem is also working with the company to add value to its current systems by introducing an integrated communication platform that allows WebPortal to communicate with its existing Maximo enterprise asset management software. This is just another example of the way Acoem customises its solutions to simplify the maintenance process for businesses worldwide,” he added.
For more information about implementing the Acoem Machine Defender solution, so as to begin or upgrade your critical machinery’s condition monitoring program, visit our product page or contact us.