Do not just monitor bad actor machines: Start when they are healthy

R. Divita, ITT Goulds Pumps

Anyone who has ever watched a medical drama knows the story. By the end of the hour, the exasperated doctor pores over charts to find the nugget of information they are looking for—the information in the patient’s medical history that will help them discover their ailment.  What if the doctor could not access the patient’s medical history? Without this important background, the chances of identifying the cause of the illness and ending the episode at the 60-min mark would be slim to none.  Unfortunately, in many cases, this scenario applies to monitoring the health and condition of machines in process industries. Oftentimes, facilities hesitate to invest in monitoring rotating eq


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