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Ancient Chinese farmers developed perhaps the first predictive “technology” when they created a solar calendar to forecast climate changes. Fast-forward to the 1940s, when we saw far more advanced predictive analytics that helped British intelligence decipher German encryption and reveal plans of attack.

In the late 90s, the Oakland Athletics and general manager Billy Beane changed professional baseball forever by using predictive analytics to build a competitive team with a small budget.

Today the use of predictive technology far more advanced ways to monitor the health of your equipment. The ability to monitor your equipment health in either real time or through periodic inspections.

This provides analytical data to recognize issues before an equipment failure allows the end user to plan maintenance and prolong the life of your equipment.



Vibration Analysis - Real time or period based inspection of your equipment health utilizing the latest equipment technology provides

Dynamic Balancing - Inspection and balancing of the rotating equipment to increase reliability and life cycle
Oil Analysis - Periodic inspection of lubricants to determine the level of impurities and wear metals present. Levels are monitored to determine premature wear of internal components

Refrigeration Analysis - Periodic sampling of your refrigerant will determine the amount of water present. Excess water within your refrigeration systems severely decreases the efficiency

Laser Alignment - Periodic hot and cold alignments to ensure there is no angular misalignment. Misalignment is one of the most common causes of premature failure of components

Thermal Imaging - Our thermal imaging surveys and reporting are designed around our customers need to remain compliant with most insurance requirements. Thermal imaging recognizes hot spots within the electrical equipment as well as the building envelope 

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