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Bearing Assessment Kit
Bearing Assessment Kit

The SKF CMAK 300-SL bearing assessment kit is a measurement device used to monitor the condition of bearings and lubricants in industrial manufacturing machines. The kit simplifies maintenance, operation, reliability and vibration analysis functions with the packaging of three instruments in a light, but durable, aluminum case. It includes a machine condition advisor, which measures machine vibration signals and temperature simultaneously, an infrared dual laser-sighted thermometer, for long-range assessments, and an oil check device, which indicates changes in the condition of mineral and synthetic lubricants.

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