Discover the Benefits of Condition Monitoring

Condition-based monitoring is a maintenance strategy that monitors the asset health and reliability. Maintenance only takes place when there are signs of a decrease in performance or upcoming failure.

Machine monitoring is essential to prevent breakdowns and optimise maintenance resources where they’re most needed.

The service means you gain valuable insight into the condition of your equipment. This allows you to reduce the risk of unscheduled outages and increase machine performance. It reduces downtime, repairs and maintenance costs.

Our condition monitoring services include:

Vibration Analysis

Collects vibration signals detected from rotating equipment, which allows early detection of problems in active rotary machinery such as gearboxes, fans, shafts, motors, compressors, pumps, mixers and drivers.

Oil Condition Monitoring

The analysis of oil samples for wear, chemistry and contamination levels of lubricating oils to maximise the lifetime of the oil and equipment while providing an early warning system for developing faults.

Thermal Imaging

Used to identify faulty / overheating mechanical equipment based on observed “hotspots”. This technique can also be used to carry out electrical safety inspections and for completing building and energy loss surveys to identify heat loss and air leakage.

Ultrasonic Testing

To identify plate thickness flaws and defects, in-service lubrication effectiveness and energy loss surveys to identify gas and air leaks.


A combination of technologies to create multi technology condition monitoring programmes you can depend on.

Motion Amplification

An innovative means of filming assets and detecting subtle movements, amplifying motion to a level visible with the naked eye to pinpoint performance issues with machinery and manufacturing assets.

How this helps you

40% reduction in downtime

40% reduction in downtime

30% extension in asset life

30% extension in asset life

50% maintenance cost reduction

50% maintenance spend reduction

55% reduction in machine failures

55% reduction in machine failures

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