Since 2001 our company has in its operation two personal diagnostic systems of technical condition of machinery Compacs®-micro manufactured by DYNAMICS SPC. The use of Compacs®-micro allowed to bring the work of vibration analysis group to a qualitatively new level.
The system Compacs®-micro provides configuration of the built-in expert system to automatic diagnostics of a wide range of units. In addition to the diagnostic results output to the MicroMonitor screen and the display of a personal diagnostic station, the system Compacs®-micro sends diagnostic messages through headphones to a diagnostician, which allows him not to look at the numerical values, thus providing a rapid pace of equipment round, spending on each point at most 2 minutes.
Owing to the use of Compacs®-micro the time of regulations issue concerning the safe operation of equipment with unacceptable technical condition has reduced to several minutes. Now the diagnostician does not have to come back to the laboratory after carrying out the measurements, to fold data on a computer from a collector, as it used to be done previously, to make the diagnosis, to print a regulation and deliver it back to the object for execution. As long as these stages being disjunct, the diagnostic results were often delayed. Through the use of Compacs®-micro everything is done in one visit of the object.
Compacs®-micro embodiment can be used in four different ways, depending on the problem to be solved at ambient temperatures below minus 30 degrees. In addition to vibration and thermodiagnostics the system Compacs®-micro allows to carry out units balancing on site.
The MicroMonitor, which is controlled by two buttons, weighs less than 600 grams and accumulates more than 1000 measurement results, is certified on the explosion protection class 0ExiaIICT6, which allows to use it for explosive objects containing hydrogen-air mixtures.
The systems Compacs®-micro, in our opinion, covered its cost within a few months of operation at our enterprise.
Authors: Deputy Chief Engineer for the Industrial Safety and Labor Protection Ryabov A.G. / 2003
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