How to analyze asset's health level
To access the platform's Asset Status functionality, simply go to the tab of the same name in the top menu of your platform.
From this page you will have access to information on the operational quality of the selected asset.
The 7 indicators at the top of the status page represent the health of your equipment in terms of:
The statuses can vary between Unacceptable, Unsatisfactory, Satisfactory and Good.
The average quality of each of these indicators indicates the Health Level of your asset, which can be analyzed using the "Health Level" graph.
The score used to determine your asset's level of health is not the average result from all indicators. Each one has its own weight to determine the result.
In the status tab, you can also consult various information charts for your asset:
The vibration chart shows anomalies or irregularities in the vibrations of the equipment and its components. When we identify patterns that indicate symptoms of machine failure, its analysis allows us to check whether this irregular vibration is directly related to a defect in the equipment. The chart allows analysis in comparison with previous periods and similar equipment.
Hour meter chart
The hour meter chart on industrial machinery is essential for managing operation and maintenance. It records the machine's total running time, providing information for scheduling preventive maintenance, planning part replacements based on wear, and making it possible to evaluate performance over time. It is also useful for monitoring energy efficiency, recording machine usage for accounting and resource allocation purposes.
The temperature chart provides a visual representation of temperature variations over time, and enables early identification of operational problems, failure prevention and asset quality assurance. It also helps optimize energy efficiency, ensures regulatory compliance in regulated sectors and contributes to operational safety by avoiding extreme temperature conditions. The chart also makes it possible to analyze patterns to optimize preventive maintenance processes.
At the bottom of your asset's status page, you can consult the operation history of the selected asset.
Assets with energy sensor
For assets with the Energy Trac energy sensor, you will have access to information on:
In the same way, these indicators can display statuses Unacceptable, Unsatisfactory, Satisfactory and Good.
The energy demand chart provides a visual representation of variations in demand over time, allowing peaks and usage patterns to be identified. This chart offers the possibility of forecasting and planning, allowing adjustments to be made to the infrastructure to meet peak demands. By anticipating these peaks, it is possible to optimize capacity, avoid overloads and reduce costs associated with energy supply.
The energy consumption chart provides an analysis of variations in consumption over time, allowing usage patterns to be identified. The chart also makes it possible to anticipate and optimize consumption, since it provides a forecast based on historical patterns. This makes it possible to implement proactive measures to reduce costs, improve energy efficiency and contribute to sustainable practices.
Hour meter chart
The hour meter chart enables operation and maintenance management. It records the equipment's total operating time, providing information for scheduling preventive maintenance, planning equipment replacements based on wear and tear, and making it possible to evaluate performance over time. It is also useful for monitoring energy efficiency, recording equipment usage for accounting and resource allocation purposes.
Power Factor chart
The power factor chart provides a representation of variations in the power factor over time, allowing you to identify moments of low efficiency. This chart ensures that energy is used more efficiently, avoiding penalties for low power factors. By monitoring and adjusting the power factor, it is possible to optimize energy use, reducing costs and improving operational efficiency.
Updated on: 11/23/2023