Condition Monitoring for
Engine Condition Monitoring
What is "Engine Condition"?
Today's engines, whether it's a turbine on an aircraft, or engines driving gas compressors, are expensive investments. Engines are precision-engineered and designed to operate at peak efficiencies while generating maximum power - while doing so with less fuel, and fewer emissions. In fact, increased emissions from an engine or turbine are a leading indicator it is no longer operating at peak output, costing the owner increased fuel consumption and potential action by the local/state or federal environmental regulating agencies. Engine condition systems help insure your engine or turbine is operating in "clean combustion" mode at all times, making immediate notification should engine conditions change.
Not knowing, at all times, your engine's conditions - can cost lives in the case of an aircraft, or dollars if the engines are used in your business. Therefore, it is vital that you know the condition of your engine(s) at all times. 99% of the time before an engine fails, there are tell-tale signs and indicators, that if caught, would have required significantly fewer dollars to correct when compared to the cost of buying a new engine. These tell-tale signs are a part of the "engine condition." There are numerous companies providing products, services and technologies that continuously monitor the engine condition. Some of these, in addition to engine condition are known as "engine health," engine condition monitoring, and engine health monitoring.
For ad rates, send email to: info@EngineCondition.com
All Rights Reserved