Making predictive maintenance simple, safe and fast

Published:  05 April, 2019

By using the capacity of cloud-based software to combine the real-time and historical data from Fluke Connect-enabled tools and sensors, FLUKE says it can now enable maintenance engineers and managers to monitor a comprehensive picture of equipment health throughout the facility.

The introduction of condition monitoring products that wirelessly transmit data from the field, combined with Fluke Connect Condition Monitoring (FCCM) software, has enabled safe, cost-effective maintenance programs. Fluke says maintenance teams can remotely detect potential equipment failures and remedy them before they cause costly downtime and predictive maintenance is now not only simplified, but it is safer and faster. More information can be found at: http://www.fluke.co.uk/powermonitoring

W: www.fluke.co.uk

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