Condition monitoring of slow rotating equipment.
e.g., bucket wheel on reclaimers, slew bearing on stacker, reclaimer, ship loaders etc., pose a big challenge as these machines run on very low speed. The varied operating conditions make it further difficult to capture repeatable and reliable data. Effective reliability and condition monitoring practices on these assets increase the availability and improve safety but also enhance consistency of the data.
In this webinar, we will discuss online condition monitoring techniques for such slow rotating machines. You will see, the data acquisition is optimized by mitigating the impact of machine dynamics, i.e., speed, angle, direction and load distribution. The discussion not only covers the design aspects of the system but also presents technical cases from our past experiences.
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What is Slow Rotation for you?
1. Case study on conveyor, Mills etc (20 100RPM)
2. Case study on Bucket Wheel (10 20RPM)
3. Case study on Slew Bearing (up to 0.145RPM)
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