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The Wireless Machine Condition Detector can be used to carry out operator inspections quickly and safely. The system uses smart studs and temperature magnets to measure and record vibration, enveloped acceleration and temperature, enabling operating costs to be reduced considerably as part of a condition based maintenance programme. The detector is portable and therefore versatile. Its compact dimensions make it suitable for use in applications where space is limited. The rugged unit is resistant to both water and chemicals, and has been rigorously tested to ensure it is able to withstand physical impact and extreme temperatures.
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LU3 3BL Luton
for intrinsically safe applications
monitors bearings and lubricants
for continuous casters
requires no relubrication
for maintenance applications
reveals electrical discharges
with wide range of application modules
cuts cost of gas leaks
triple life of fans
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