Siemens Incorporates Veros Technology in New Condition Monitoring Offer

  • Condition monitoring service for motors

  • Real time information on operating performance

  • Fixed rate, annual service contract; no capital investment needed

Thursday, July 16, 2015 11:56 am EDT

Dateline:

Atlanta
"Our cooperation with Veros allows us to provide to our customers a reliability-centered service at cutting-edge and considerable operational benefit."

Siemens Industry Services announces a new advanced monitoring service, utilizing Veros Systems technology, designed for the industrial market. Working with Veros, Siemens extends its condition monitoring services using high frequency measurements of currents and voltages to continually assess the operating performance and machine health of motors and their mechanical and electrical components.

As part of the data-driven service, customers see real-time information of their motor’s output efficiency, torque, loading, power factor, speed, and power quality. In addition, customers receive predictive warnings of impending asset health issues such as bearing failures, rotor bar cracks, soft footing and bolt looseness, coupling issues, impeller cracks and seal leaks.

With the service, Siemens provides all necessary software, hardware and installation services under a fixed rate, annual service contract. No capital, installation or project management efforts are required from the customer. Given the unique plug & play nature of this Siemens service, no additional sensors are required on the rotating equipment itself.

“The new offering builds upon Siemens strengths in industrial data technology and its comprehensive equipment knowledge to deliver customer value in the form of improved availability, efficiency and performance,” explains Simon Davidoff, General Manager of Siemens Plant Data Services in the US. “Our cooperation with Veros allows us to provide to our customers a reliability-centered service at cutting-edge and considerable operational benefit.”

Plant Data Services provides a framework for using our customer’s production and machine data to identify opportunities for productivity and reliability improvement as well as increasing transparency of their industrial processes.

 

For more information go to: http://bit.ly/VerosPartnership.

 

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Siemens Corporation is aU.S. subsidiary of Siemens AG, a global technology powerhouse that has stood for engineering excellence, innovation, quality, reliability and internationality for more than 165 years. With 343,000 employees in more than 200 countries, Siemens reported worldwide revenue of approximately $98 billion in fiscal 2014. Siemens in theUSA reported revenue of $22.2 billion, including $5.2 billion in exports, and employs approximately 46,000 people throughout all 50 states andPuerto Rico.

Veros Systems Inc. technology uses clamp-on transformers to continuously monitor subtle fluctuations in the voltage and current waveforms of electric motors driving equipment such as pumps, fans and compressors. The non-invasive, self-learning system installs easily at the motor control center or variable frequency drive enclosure. Patented machine learning algorithms detect slight variations in real-time and accurately alert users of equipment issues months in advance, early enough to plan and take action. This results in less unplanned downtime, increased safety and improved efficiency, while minimizing spare parts cost and time spent on maintenance.

Contact:

Siemens
Hollie Davis
Phone: (770) 751-4882; E-mail: Hollie.Davis@siemens.com

Veros Systems Inc.
Kristine Dugan
Phone: (512) 686-2400; E-mail: Kristine.Dugan@verossystems.com