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Need / Context
MALTEUROP wanted to anticipate mechanical breakdowns on its 2 kilns, critical equipment at their Aire sur la Lys and Pringy sites. As well as the critical nature of the installation, the maintenance of its high-power motors is costly and complex.
- Commissioning of an in-situ vibration surveillance system. The aim of this system is to foresee mechanical breakdowns via a continuous surveillance system. It therefore has to trigger alerts when the threshold is passed. In order to offer an efficient surveillance of the kiln ventilators, 10 vibration measuring points were identified. - At first, the system had to be autonomous, with a historical record of local data. An extension to a cloud data archive had to be possible.
- Increased reactivity on the appearance of breakdowns thanks to alarms by e-mail and SMS. - The project will be expanded to the other two French sites and two German sites.
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