FLEX PdM provides essential services that anticipate the maintenance needs of your equipment. We employ the latest cloud based technology, as well as highly skilled and certified technicians to offer a variety of services to meet your needs.
Vibration Analysis Monitoring programs throughout the United States. We offer Veteran level II and III analysts to ensure you have the best minds monitoring and protecting your assets.
We use this technology to inspect power lines, large electrical breakers including 13.8kv, mechanical equipment, boilers, tanks, pressure vessels, weld monitoring, glassware manufacturing, plastic injector molding and pipes. We are able to inspect large vast areas and confined spaces using drones outfitted with this technology.
An excellent technology used for applications where safety prohibits the opening of high and medium voltage enclosures under load for infrared testing. We also provide pressurized air/gas/steam leak surveys, and proper lubrication, high and low speed bearings. After the leaks are identified and repaired a company can save up to $250,000 per year.
10 to 100 times more accurate than conventional alignment methods and alignment accuracy is critical to equipment life.
Understanding the condition of lubricants in industrial machines and systems such as gearboxes, pumps, motors, engines, etc. is a key within the field of Predictive Maintenance. When lubricant is analyzed, as well as discovering the condition of the lubricant in terms of its performance, chemical integrity and performance of any additive packages are determined. Testing of the lubricant will also reveal the condition of the internal components within a mechanical system. When components such as gears or bearing and tappets begin to wear-out, microscopic metal wear particles are released into the oil as it circulates throughout the machine’s system. Oil analysis identifies the type and amount of these wear particles and can pinpoint the exact component which is beginning to break down.
ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS
Identifies what, how, and why something happened, therefore preventing recurrence. Root causes are underlying, reasonably identified, and controllable to allow for the generation of recommendations. This process involves data collection, cause charting, root cause identification, recommendation generation, and implementation.
Giving your equipment a rating and setting up guidance rules you can ensure that your maintenance and engineering efforts are focused in the most critical areas. This will allow you make data driven decisions regarding scheduling and budget allocation. In addition, you will be able to prioritize any new defects that occur in order to keep your most critical equipment available and to maintain maximum plant uptime.
A systematic and proactive method for evaluating a process to identify where and how it will fail and to assess the relative impact of different failures in order to identify the parts that are most in need of change. FMEA includes a review of the following: Steps in the Process, Failure Modes (What could go wrong?)
Failure Causes (Why would the failure occur?)
Failure Effects (What are the consequences of each failure?)