[Infographic] How to increase the reliability of your water systems
Waste water and water treatment facilities are set in place to ensure ongoing drinking water supply for our households and safe, purified water for nature. Complex processes within the facilities are running round the clock with the help of hundreds of critical water systems equipment: pumps, screens, aerators, blowers, augers and more. To increase equipment uptime and overall equipment effectiveness it’s essential to monitor its performance 24/7 with the help of condition monitoring technologies.
Check out the infographic below for a quick overview of how motor current signature analysis (MCSA) works, and what makes it well suited for the unique environment of water systems.
Download the MCSA explainer for water systems
Motor current signature analysis (MCSA) is a valuable addition to every company’s condition monitoring toolkit. Find out how MCSA uses current and voltage to detect developing equipment failures at an early stage, and how the technique can help you craft the best possible maintenance strategy for your water system.
This e-book covers:
- how MCSA systems capture & process data
- how MCSA systems detect & localize faults
- MCSA’s specific strengths as a condition monitoring technique
- extra performance and energy insights MCSA can provide
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