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Industrial Gas Compressor Vibration Monitoring
Detect conditions that can cause compressor failure

Detect conditions that can cause compressor failure

Increasing vibration indicates blade, bearing, shaft, or coupling issues that can lead to compressor failure and a potential unit shutdown.

This reduces throughput, increases maintenance costs, and generates environmental issues. Root causes include blade fouling, lubrication and coupling failure, shaft misalignment, and operating near resonance frequency.

Compressor monitoring solutions compressor monitoring allows your operators and engineers to detect conditions that can cause compressor failure. With that knowledge, you can prevent potentially dangerous situations. Integration means that there will be not only fewer headaches, but also much less confusion in using and maintaining equipment. The clarity will allow personnel to focus their attention on the key priorities of increasing efficiency, asset planning, stopping unplanned shutdowns, and reducing the risk of environmental and safety incidents.

It is not enough to find a problem; corrective actions must eliminate the source.

Emerson's AMS vibration technologies – the AMS 2140 Machinery Health Analyzer for periodic collection, the AMS 9420 Wireless Vibration Transmitter for surveillance, and the AMS 6500 Machinery Health Monitor for continuous collection – utilize advanced detection and analysis capabilities. Emerson's patented PeakVue™ technology allows for early detection of operating and mechanical issues. Use our vibration monitoring solutions to ensure critical information is available to both operations and maintenance personnel for informed decision-making.

Use advanced detection and analysis capabilities to address issues early
Avoid unexpected failures or intrusive maintenance costs
Monitor the health of assets effectively
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