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Condition Monitoring & Vibration Analysis

Vibration Analysis (VA) is a critical tool for understanding the condition of industrial machinery.  It is often considered one of the most reliable ways to identify faults in rotating machinery and is a key component of predictive maintenance.  Identification and quantification of developing faults in equipment can prevent the need for reactive maintenance and allows faults to be addressed before they deteriorate into a major failure with consequential effects and downtime.

Re-Generate specialise in the vibration analysis of rotating machinery (turbines, pumps, generators, gearboxes etc) to the current international industry standards such as ISO10186 and ISO20816.

Re-Generate have invested in extremely sensitive and highly accurate portable vibration analysis and data acquisition equipment and, more importantly, have the engineering experience and skillsets to provide the following services:

  • Data acquisition - Collection of vibration data (Vibration Footprint) using a combination of displacement, velocity, acceleration and phase measurements as necessary.

  • Data and trend analysis - Analysis of existing or historical vibration data.

  • Fault diagnosis - Identification of cause for increased vibration and/or noise.

  • Machine condition surveys - Understand the development of machine condition.

  • Balance and alignment - Precision alignment to industry standards or identification of alignment issues.

  • Mechanical services - Re-Generate have extensive design and asset management experience to address any identified faults.

  • Design, supply and installation of permanent condition monitoring equipment.

  • Frequency response - Resonant frequency response using impact or bump testing.


Waterfall Graph


Orbit Plot


Equipment Specifications

Re-Generate uses highly sensitive equipment capable of measuring over a wide range of frequencies.


FFT Spectrum

FFT Spectrum


Run-up Waveform

Run-up Waveform


Order extraction and analysis


Orthogonal proximity waveforms

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