Maintenance methodologies and practices for utilities include run to fail, preventive/preventative maintenance on a schedule of time or time in service and predictive maintenance by monitoring leading indicators of pump and motor problems. The “run to fail” approach is the most expensive method, as downtime and increased likelihood of significant damage to existing rotating parts is imminent.
We identify the problem
Preventive/Preventative maintenance includes vibration analysis, a process of looking for anomalies and monitoring change from the established vibration signature of a system. Vibration analysis allows the user to evaluate the condition of equipment and avoid failures PROACTIVELY. In layman's terms, it is how to interpret the vibration signature of rotating equipment, in order to recognize misalignment, a defective bearing, bent or loose parts — and tell them apart.
Our process-driven solutions allow us to quickly and consistently identify, solve, and set action plans to avoid future problems in your rotating equipment installation
We keep your business pumping 24/7
ProPump will help you set up standard operating guidelines and procedures for routine inspection and maintenance for any industrial rotating equipment installation as well as carry out the necessary on site and in house tasks, including:
- repair or manufacture of replacement parts to OEM specs or better
- installation of monitoring tools to allow scheduled maintenance before an outage situation occurs, and
- emergency services when the unpredictable may occur
all to keep your critical operation up and running in the most efficient and cost-effective manner.