SKF Enlight QuickCollect - Now anyone can monitor machine health

Simplified inspection, process and machine health data collection and analysis are now within everyone’s reach with SKF Enlight QuickCollect. SKF has made it possible for anyone to monitor machine health without the need for extensive training or diagnostic expertise. Combining an easy-to-use sensor with mobile apps, users can quickly and easily identify machine condition and share inspection, process and machine health data company-wide. Customers can also tap directly into SKF’s remote diagnostic centres for expert analysis and advice. It’s easy to get started and with entry-level setup costs, there’s no need to make the case for capital expenditure. Handheld sensors and mobile apps make it easy to capture, share and store inspection, process and machine health data. In the past, collecting machine and process data required expensive equipment and relied on high levels of in-house expertise to understand the data and diagnose machine problems effectively. SKF Enlight QuickCollect is designed to make it easy to collect and interpret this valuable machine data, helping customer to optimise their rotating equipment performance. Simple and robust, the SKF QuickCollect handheld sensor monitors for a wide range of issues relating to vibration and temperature. The sensor transmits data wirelessly to an app on a mobile device, providing instant machine diagnostics and the ability to store and share data for further analysis. The SKF QuickCollect app offers entry level, on-the-spot analysis capability. Upgrading to the SKF DataCollect app provides extended diagnostic capabilities, customised forms for collecting all types of inspection and process data, as well as the ability to connect with SKF expert remote services. Connect directly with SKF expertise and obtain access to SKF’s industry-leading diagnostic personnel and resources. Few organisations today possess a large body of in-house expertise on preventative maintenance, rotating equipment performance optimization and root cause analysis. SKF Enlight QuickCollect can solve this problem, providing built-in expertise through automated diagnostics. And when users need more advanced support, they can conveniently connect directly with SKF remote diagnostic services, giving them access to world-leading machine and bearing performance analysts. SKF Enlight QuickCollect puts industry-leading expertise and benchmark data at the customers’ fingertips. Collect valuable machine, inspection and process data quickly and simply with this easy-to-use, cost-effective addition to the maintenance program. Requiring limited training and no specialist skills, SKF QuickCollect empowers the workforce to monitor plant machinery. Using the SKF QuickCollect Sensor and the SKF QuickCollect app, users can easily start checking the ‘on the spot’ condition of their rotating machinery. Upgrading to the SKF DataCollect app provides more detailed, colour-coded machine condition feedback based on ISO standards, guided measurement support, and the option to connect to SKF expert diagnostic support when needed. The SKF DataCollect app also provides customised forms to collect a wide range of useful data from around the customer’s facility. In addition to machine monitoring, operations staff can perform visual inspections guided by instructions, and record information such as pressures, lows, lubrication levels, etc. Instructions can be provided for operators to clean and inspect equipment, and to tell them when and how to seek help when needed. This kind of inspection data can be invaluable to complement customers’ maintenance programmes, and can also be used to automate support for activities such as plant safety and EHS audits, environmental/quality/air leak inspections, equipment checks, and lubrication rounds. SKF is a leading global supplier of bearings, seals, mechatronics, lubrication systems, and services which include technical support, maintenance and reliability services, engineering consulting and training. SKF is represented in more than 130 countries and has around 17,000 distributor locations worldwide. Annual sales in 2017 were SEK 77 938 million and the number of employees was 45 678. www.skf.com ® SKF is a registered trademark of the SKF Group.

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