Condition Monitoring    

Condition Based Monitoring (CBM) means many things to many people, from very casual applications such as visual inspections to find problems before they become catastrophic; to formal technologies like vibration analysis, thermography, and others that support maintenance efforts.

Condition Monitoring is a formal approach that uses specific supporting technologies, and data from supervisory systems that links equipment directly to maintenance. Condition Monitoring in an EAM system recognizes limits, tolerances, and other conditions that activate equipment or alarms based on user, vendor or manufacturer criteria.

Normally one or more of these alarm conditions will generate a maintenance action, such as the creation of a work order to re-inspect, fix, or replace the cause of the alarm. In addition to work order generation other alarms might send a pager alert, email message, or other electronic alert to the proper technician, supervisor, or individual who needs instant notification of critical equipment status.

Condition Monitoring consists of Tests, Specifications, and Preferences. 

Conditional tests: 

For each conditional test, you can define the following:     

  • Test Effective and Expiration Dates
  • The Number of Test Samples (readings)
  • How to Evaluate Results
  • Printing of Analysis Certificates
  • Test Methods - The American Society of Testing Material (ASTM)

Quality Preferences:

Typically, you create preference profiles based on requirements, such as:

  • Equipment Specifications
  • Company Policies
  • Regulatory Agency Rules

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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