Condition Monitoring

PEME uses Condition Monitoring techniques to help determine the condition of in-service equipment in order to allow you to conveniently schedule remedial tasks and prevent unexpected breakdowns.

By knowing which equipment needs remedial maintenance, you can better plan the work and what would have been unscheduled stops are transformed to shorter and less frequent planned stops, thus increasing asset availability.  Other benefits include increased equipment life, improved Plant safety, less incidents with negative impact on the environment and an optimised spare parts stockholding.

The Condition Monitoring techniques offered by PEME include Vibration Analysis, Thermography, Ultrasound (Acoustic) and Oil Sampling. We have a dedicated team of reliability engineers skilled in conducting Condition Monitoring and our mainstream engineers are provided with training to ensure they recognise when the introduction of these predictive maintenance techniques will provide benefit to you.

The key is “the right information at the right time”. The Condition Monitoring analysis results and remedial recommendations are held in the PEME Condition Register (PCR) and you will be provided with your own log-in to access your Plant data via our web-site.

Condition Monitoring is an important element of PEME’s Asset Care Strategy and is used in our Engineering Compliance Work Packages including electrical panel thermal surveys.

PEME also provides Energy Loss Services such as air leak surveys, heat-loss surveys, steam trap surveys and fixed installation testing