Condition-based maintenance improves reliability and reduces your maintenance expenses by helping your maintenance staff work smarter. Motors@Work supports your reliability-centered maintenance strategy by providing energy-based condition monitoring and generating actionable notifications when your motors require attention.
Our monitoring algorithms continuously watch for predictive maintenance signals — like current unbalance, motor efficiency, vibration, voltage and winding temperature — that often go undetected by maintenance staff and equipment operators. Then, when assets require service, Motors@Work sends timely, intelligence-rich alerts containing the asset’s performance history, any nonconforming condition-monitoring measurements, and troubleshooting tips to your EAM or CMMS. With this intelligence, managers can dispatch the appropriate staff based on the level of service required.
Our dashboards map which motor assets require your attention with a pin indicating the alert location and severity. Asset performance reports rank your motor assets by reliability and energy performance. Reliability KPIs displayed include MTBF, unplanned failures, availability, downtime, and OEE.
- Pay for your project in less than six months
- Increase motor driven system efficiency by up to 30%
- Extend your motor life
- Improve your MTBF
- Comply with regulatory and environmental mandates
- Utilize full life cycle analysis to become more predictive and proactive
- Maximize your EAM, SCADA, CMMS, ERP investments
- Cut your energy expense by up 15%
- Improve communication between maintenance and operations
Addressing Reliability Intelligence on the
Maintenance Maturity Curve
Send condition monitoring intelligence-rich alerts
Map alerts of motor assets with location & severity
Manage reliability KPIs
View asset performance reports
Continually assesses motor-driven operating performance
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DMWW pumping optimization has allowed the utility to achieve established industry benchmarks of a minimum of 11 percent to 15 percent in the peak rate and demand charge energy expense.
Today the moral mandate is to manage one’s assets for optimal performance at the least energy cost and environmental impact; truly a win:win strategy.
Taking a life cycle approach to motor management is essential to optimizing efficiency. Motors@Work will be critical to us accomplishing these objectives.