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the engineer's handheld device and, once the route is complete, the information is uploaded to the database on the Cloud server. This is programmed to respond immediately on receipt of the data, generating inspection, diagnostic and other reports specific and relevant to the tasks undertaken on the plant, and to the recipients. The database also links and integrates other work that has been carried out off-site, such as repair reports, oil analysis and other post-data acquisition condition monitoring reports.” Manning-Ohren added that this system can also be used to send alerts from fixed monitoring equipment direct to ERIKS' specialists, or other nominated contacts on-site, when pre-set limits are reached. “This enables a quicker reaction time, which in turn can help to prevent shutdowns and damage to critical equipment,” he said. “Having all this information available in one place saves time, facilitates an easier flow of information, and can increase uptime.” Interpretation Manning-Ohren added that gathering data through a proven condition monitoring methology, whether on-premise or in the Cloud, is only half the story. “The other half is interpretation of that data by highly-qualified condition monitoring specialists such as those at ERIKS, who are expert at using it to gain insights into the nature of the problem,” he said. “ERIKS not only offers a number of condition monitoring options, but can also provide a high level of support and listen carefully to the customer to determine exactly what is needed. We can then deliver a bespoke solution based on these options; all of which helps to ensure that the customer’s equipment runs more efficiently and is maintained more cost-effectively.” www.eriks.co.uk Photo caption: Dave Manning-Ohren: Online monitoring has to be considered as a viable complementary option to on-site inspection.

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