Control & Monitoring

Motors & Pumps

Recent studies indicate that 90% of the machines suffer failure from a malfunctioning of their internal components. In this line of work, corrective maintenance of the equipment is very expensive since it involves non programmed shut-downs and damage due to equipment failure.

MotoresToday's quality demands consider to be necessary the use of systems monitoring and failure detections to avoid an abrupt production interruption. Electric induction motors in many cases are responsible, for the correct production operation.

Now days there are many techniques and commercially special tools to help failure detection on induction engines, that can assure a higher operation reliability. Despite this, most industries do not use detection techniques or monitoring of electrical machines.