Offshore Europe 2011: John Crane to outline advances in condition monitoring

Offshore staff

ABERDEEN, UK – John Crane UK will present its new DART 1 wireless condition monitoring technology for examining the health of rotating equipment and associated machinery.

The system, designed specifically for use in inaccessible or hazardous environments, is said to provide accurate and reliable information for decisions on plant and machinery conditions. It is simple to install, John Crane adds, and therefore well suited to short-term data capture or performance testing exercises on critical machines, root cause analysis projects, or round-the-clock surveillance.

The company will also feature its CBM 360 suite of software for managing condition-based maintenance contracts; the Indufil filtration systems for rotating equipment fluid, fuel and gas conditioning applications; and John Crane’s newly restructured fluid control systems range.


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