Many companies undertake little or no proactive mechanical maintenance and operate machinery until it "runs to failure", causing production delays and higher operating costs. Thermovey (Southern) Limited can help companies break this uncontrolled cycle of failures, by proactively undertaking vibration monitoring surveys on mechanical machinery.
Vibration monitoring is a proactive maintenance technique where specialised monitoring equipment is used to record abnormal vibrations given off by machines. Vibration monitoring can help to identify many problems before they become serious enough to affect production or safety.
Thermovey Engineers are formally trained and certified to undertake vibration monitoring surveys and review the results. They can identify the potential problem areas and can either suggest or work with you to identify a proactive solution to prevent further deterioration and eventual failure.
Thermovey Engineers have many years of practical experience gained in manufacturing environments and can call upon this experience to assist the maintenance personnel in proactively overcoming the problem.
The benefits of undertaking proactive vibration surveys are improved equipment reliability, increased production output, reduced maintenance costs, fulfilling customer’s orders on time, and a reduction in stress levels of all personnel.
Thermovey (Southern) offer an additional service to the thermographic and vibration monitoring surveys they perform by giving their customers an experienced resource, who can either project manage or assist with continuous improvement projects. We have a tried and trusted network of associated companies who can provide additional services
Electrical drive system upgrades, PLC upgrades and the design and manufacture of new electrical control panels
Mechanical machinery design, bespoke modifications, and machine room services
Fabrication and welding requirements
Pipework design and installation
"Our goal is to help our customers improve their equipment reliability, by designing out repetitive problems and machinery failure"