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EIA Invests in Industrial IoT & AI to Maximize Customer Satisfaction

 Edmonton International Airport, Canada

One critical piece of infrastructure which impacts both passenger satisfaction and flight on-time departure performance is the baggage handling system. If baggage cannot be de-planed, sorted and transferred to connecting flights or moved to passenger collection points, gate operations and flights are delayed, and baggage is either late or misplaced. Modern handling systems are an intricate set of scanners and conveyor belts located in the sub-levels of most airports. Failure of the drive motor or gearbox in any section of the system results in slow, manual and often the error-prone movement of luggage. Failures during peak loads have a major impact on flight schedules and passenger satisfaction.
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Detection of a Bearing Outer Race Failure on a critical pump saved downtime cost of $145K

Indian Farmers Fertiliser Cooperative Limited (IFFCO)
The process condensate pump, one of the critical pumps in the manufacturing process, has a history of failures every 6 to 12 months. It is a centrifugal pump operating at 3000 rpm with a discharge pressure of 28 MPa (400 psi). Each day this pump is offline, it costs the plant as much as $145,000 in lost production and each failure costs tens of hundreds of dollars to execute an unplanned repair. Nanoprecise Sci Corp was asked to implement a predictive maintenance solution in order to detect faults at an early stage and provide a reliable prediction of Remaining Useful Life (RUL).
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25 days of Remaining Useful Life(RUL) prediction detecting cavitation and high vane pass frequency for pumps

 Larsen & Turbo Limited

The Condensate Cooling Water (CCW) pump, one of the critical pumps in maintaining steadystate operations, is a horizontal vane pump operating at up to 1650 m3/hr with a discharge pressure of 9 MPa (62 psi) at 986 rpm.

Each day this pump is offline costs the plant $250,000 in lost revenue and each failure costs tens of thousands of dollars to execute an unplanned repair. Thus, Larsen & Toubro (L&T) really needed a predictive maintenance solution to detect faults at an early stage and provide a reliable prediction of Remaining Useful Life (RUL).

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Product Ring Plugging detected through automatic monitoring of acoustic emission saving catastrophic failure

Pinnacle Renewable Energy Inc.

Traditional measurement tools are ineffective when it comes to slowly rotating equipment. There are faults like Bearing Failure, Ring Plugging, Gear Tooth Crack and many more which can lead to the shutdown of machines. 1 minute of downtime cost the company $10. Ring Plugging is a very common issue which Pinnacle Pellet was facing very frequently due to diverse feed quality into the machines. Product ring plugging can be detected as sound levels increase in specific roller bearings.
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Detection of arcing faults in generator winding prevented $0.5 million in potential losses

Westmoreland Coal Company 

Coal is uncovered using the two draglines (1 – M8750; 1 – M8200). The Current annual production of mines is 5 million tonnes, 2 weeks of unplanned shutdown can cause as much as $11.5 million in losses. Recently, dragline M8750 was down due to an unexpected bearing failure on the boom. Thus, Westmoreland really needed an automated predictive maintenance solution to prevent these losses.

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