voltage measurement in shafts

With voltage measurement service in veins, DMC provides all interested in operating machinery bearings, whether manufacturers, whether end users, information on whether the bearings of the machines are at risk due to the passage of current.

electrical source bearing damage

  • The capacitive coupling between the windings and the rotor can create stress on the motor shaft;
  • this tension, You can discharge through the bearings, damaging them and reducing engine life;
  • For motors controlled by variable frequency drives these voltages can be as high as 10 a 40 volts, peak.
  • These higher levels, tensions can cause electrical discharges on the slopes of motor bearings, causing corrosion, melting craters and ridges, which can lead to premature bearing failure and motor.

Why resort to voltage measurement services in veins of DMC?


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A DMC, with its voltage measurement services in veins, It provides the ability to improve the functioning of the machines, on their premises, putting at your fingertips:

  • Increased availability of resulting in higher production equipment from the capital invested
  • Reduction of maintenance costs
  • Greater efficiency in the conduct of facilities, allowing adjust the volume of production to the conditions of facilities
  • Achieve a stable level of quality
  • Greater capacity for dialogue with manufacturers of machinery and equipment or repairing, based on knowledge obtained from the control condition
  • Better relationships with customers due to the reduction of unplanned production stoppages
  • Possibility of improving the specification and design of future installations
  • Increased machines of operators safety

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