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Maximize steam unit performance with precise torque monitoring

05.01.2013  |  Mayne, T. ,  Qenos Olefins Australia, Melbourne, AustraliaEllul, M. ,  Qenos Olefins Australia, Melbourne, AustraliaPhillips, D. ,  Emerson Industrial Automation, Hanover, Maryland


All turbomachinery is subject to degradation that, over time, will affect the system’s efficiency and operational performance. Precise monitoring of turbomachinery performance with continuous torque-monitoring systems can be used to identify gradual efficiency loss, allowing for the development of a more focused maintenance scope to return the system to its optimum operation and efficiency.

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