1556 East Airport Rd.

Price, UT 84501


24 hour emergency service

Office Hours:

Mon-Fri 7:30 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.

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EST. 1981


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Vibration analysis is a very important step in any maintenance program. This is true even in highly monitored installations. Monitoring provides an indication of overall vibration levels. It does not, however, give an indication of cause. Only analysis can provide this information. The first step is using our vibration analyzer to evaluate the condition of your rotating equipment. Tram evaluates the amplitude measurement of the overall level and frequency of the machine's predominant vibration signature.  This gives an indication of the overall condition. Then comes frequency analysis. Frequency analysis is the process of recording all the frequency components of the vibration or imbalance. For Example, a rough bearing may cause some imbalance in a rotating mass, but loose material build up in the rotor may also cause imbalance at a different frequency.  Coupler misalignment or worn belts may cause yet another frequency of imbalance. Through frequency analysis, these problems can be identified and corrected, often times with the motor still in position, saving you time, money, and hassle.

The SKF Microlog Analyzer GX series (pictured left) is a next generation data collector/analyzer. It is a full-featured monitoring/analysis tool that includes vibration signals and process variables over a range of 10 CPM to 2,400,000 CPM. It utilizes the latest advances in analog and digital electronics to provide both speed and accuracy in the data collection process. Utilizing SKF’s Aptitude and Prism 4 software, the data collected can be manipulated and studied for all or any part of any concerning spectra, enabling our technician to determine the root cause of the problem.

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