Designed to continuously assess and protect essential balance-of-plant equipment assets, the 2300 Vibration Monitors can be used a wide range of industries including oil & gas, power generation, water treatment, pulp & paper, manufacturing, mining, cement, and more.
GE’s Bently Nevada* Advanced Distributed Architecture Platform Technology, or ADAPT 3701, is a family of compact, high performance safety, machinery protection and condition monitoring solutions targeted at specific assets and applications. The ADAPT 3701 family is targeted at machines ranked as critical to highly-critical where a safety system is necessary and a permanent on-line protection and condition monitoring system is recommended.
The 1900/65A General Purpose Equipment Monitor is designed to continuously monitor and protect equipment that is used in a variety of applications and industries. The monitor’s low cost makes it an ideal solution for general purpose machines and processes that can benefit from continuous monitoring and protection.
A Heritage of Excellence
Bently Nevada proximity transducers and monitors have protected highly critical machinery at petrochemical and power generation facilities for over 5 decades.
Our long-standing tradition of excellence in asset protection and years of expertise combine to expand the capabilities of our rack-based 3500 solution, the ADAPT* distributed platform, and the 1900 and 2300 monitoring and protection systems. All of these solutions integrate directly to provide continuous, real-time condition monitoring via our System 1 software.
Wide Ranging Benefits
Whether generating power, compression and pumping fluids, or driving process equipment, Bently Nevada machinery protection systems monitor critical machinery every hour of every day.
In this demanding environment, machinery failure is not simply inconvenient - it can be financially catastrophic. While repair costs alone can be staggering, the partial or total loss of production resulting from a failure can mean millions of dollars per day, and change the overall profit and loss for a customer's entire year.
Reliability and condition monitoring is more than just a good idea -- it is a necessity. Continuously monitoring critical asset parameters such as vibration, temperature, speed, and other relevant indicators is proven to anticipate and prevent mechanical failures. This method has been proven in tens of thousands of industrial facilities worldwide, and Bently Nevada delivers these tangible benefits:
- Intelligent, actionable insights for predictive maintenance via System 1 software
- Less process interruptions
- Improved protection from catastrophic failures
- Cost savings in maintenance and repairs
- Cost savings through reduced insurance premiums
- Longer intervals between outages
Partnering for Customer Success
Recent case studies demonstrate the integrity and reliability of System 1 and the 3500 Series. One power generation facility saved $1 million, another petroleum refinery saving $5 million, a coal-fired plant with rotor degradation avoided 250 days of downtime, and an aeroderivative gas turbine was saved from improper water washing and subsequent rotor imbalance – all via Bently Nevada machinery protection.
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Our online machinery protection systems have been protecting highly critical machinery at petrochemical and power generation facilities for over half a century.
Our online machinery protection systems work seamlessly with our System 1 software, as well as a Bently Nevada SSA.
The value of a Bently Nevada MPS has been demonstrated thousands of time in thousands of industrial facilities worldwide – when mission-critical machinery needs to me protected from a catastrophic failure, Bently Nevada is the proven leader.
One of the many benefits of our MPS is that you can plan your maintenance outages – versus an unplanned one. This results in less downtime, longer intervals between outages, and an overall reduction in production loss.