The 3 sensors monitor the key points for a smooth pumping behavior and warn you in time when action is needed
Early detection of deviations and leakages
Pump systems are the driving force in all heat generating installations. A pump system consists of a pump (working machine) and an electric motor (drive unit). To operate a thermal oil heating system, a functioning pump system is a prerequisite.
In case of damage, there is a considerable risk of fire and pollution.
Downtimes caused by pumps can quickly exceed the total value of the pump systems.
Therefore, it is important to act preventively and to react quickly to warning signs or damage events. Damage can be minimized or downtime avoided.
Your advantages at a glance
For optimal pump monitoring, 3 important sensor types are essential
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At a glance
NESS Leakage monitoring (NPCL)
Decreased pump tightness due to wear
The mechanical seals in pumps have a limited lifetime and can fail unexpectedly. If the plant operator discovers the failure of the seal too late or not at all, larger quantities of heat transfer fluid can leak. If thermal oil is used, this means not only a loss of the oil, but also pollution of the system and an increased risk of fire.
NESS Vibration monitoring (NPCV)
Increased machinery vibrations indicate problems
Many causes of damage to pump systems lead of an increase in machine vibration. In some cases, they can be recognized by the human ear. However, the continuous measurement of the machine vibrations is considerably more reliable.
NESS Bearing temperature monitoring (NPCT)
Early detection due to increased bearing temperature
During operation, the temperature of the pump bearings is in a normal range. In case of a defect, their temperature rises and the risk of overheating crops up. A loss of performance or failure of the pump is the result.