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Marine Condition Monitoring techniques help maximize the availability of on-board machinery
Proactive and predictive maintenance have become common practices in many industry sectors. In maritime applications, maintenance strategy has also continuously been advanced. It has evolved from a reactive to a predictive maintenance model mainly on the back of Condition Monitoring (CM) developments in the sector.
Condition-based monitoring techniques have gained traction in recent years as scheduled maintenance is significantly more cost-effective than unscheduled repairs.
An increasing number of ship owners, fleet managers and on-board engineers use Condition Monitoring techniques to monitor the machine condition based on vibration monitoring and analysis so as to identify wear and damage early on and avoid unplanned repairs.