Valmet DNA Machine Monitoring provides condition monitoring information for process operators and maintenance personnel through one common user interface.
Real-time machinery health information for operators and maintenance
The easy to interpret user displays provide operators with critical information essential to maintaining process performance and provides instant alert to problems that might otherwise go unnoticed until catastrophic failure. The same displays can be viewed in the maintenance office with tools to help maintenance specialists analyze complex problems and isolate specific faults before they cause a breakdown.
Efficient problem solving by integrating process data with condition information
Process control and condition monitoring can be fully integrated in Valmet DNA to easily combine process data and machinery condition information for efficient analysis and problem solving. With process data easily linked to condition monitoring measurements, cause and effect relationships are more easily identified, the right support staff can be notified and immediate corrective action can be taken if necessary.
System integration gives cost benefits
Building data links between separate systems is no longer needed as the same operator stations, history data bases and system network can be used by both applications. Utilizing shared system resources for control and condition monitoring applications also simplifies system maintenance because only one engineering environment is needed.
Valmet condition monitoring and vibration analysis systems were formerly developed by Valmet as Sensodec.