Oil Condition Monitoring (OCM) will help keep your wastewater treatment system running effectively. Bureau Veritas understands the diversities and complexities of these systems and their operation and maintenance (O&M).
Routine testing and analysis can predict and prevent premature failure allowing equipment managers to schedule downtime, extend pump life and reliability and maintain or improve production levels.
Oil analysis can be an extremely viable means for preventing gearbox failure, reducing downtime and controlling maintenance costs in both industrial and heavy duty applications.
Hydraulic fluid cleanliness is critical to optimal hydraulic system performance and should be monitored regularly with oil analysis to maintain system health and reliability at a minimal cost.
Monitoring compressor oil contamination and component wear should include testing viscosity, total acid number, particle count, water separability and analytical ferrography to effectively predict component failure.
Routine oil analysis will pinpoint small problems before they become catastrophic failures and extend oil, filter and engine life – all of which reduce maintenance, repair and replacement costs.
Proper Oil Condition Monitoring (OCM) is very important to wastewater treatment plants. Whether your facility is focused on wastewater treatment, water processing, water reuse or sludge treatment, the equipment you maintain is critical to reliable plant operation.
An effective equipment oil condition monitoring (ocm) program enables municipalities to effectively minimize the maintenance, repair and replacement costs associated with the high production environments of waste treatment plant operation.