Packing in ONEPROD’s 30+ years of experience in the monitoring of rotating machinery, the patented wireless Bearing Defender gives instantaneous advice on a bearing health. Accessible to all mechanics, it provides a quick leverage of improvement of a reliability program.
The Bearing Defender has been designed to put bearing health assessment at the grasp of every mechanics. By simple selection of the machine speed range, power range and type of mounting, the Bearing Defender tells the user if he most likely in presence of a bearing defect, unbalance or misalignment problem, or something else. Thanks to its visual icon based interfaces and color codes, any worldwide user can handle the Bearing Defender without prior training.
The Bearing Defender only takes 10s to capture, process and display the data resulting from the measurement in the three directions. A full vibration reading of the bearing is displayed in addition to the smart indicators:
Some of the most common faults of rotating machinery, like unbalance or structural resonance can occur in a single direction. To avoid to let a faulty machine unnoticed the Bearing Defender takes tri-axial vibration readings in a single shot, not only to make the measurement process easier but also to keep your machine in good operating condition.
Thanks to its patented wireless measurements and metrological performances, the Bearing Defender makes sure that your machines can keep spinning without risk
Wireless and compatible with mobile devices, the Bearing Defender also embeds the powerful ONEPROD Bearing Defect Factor™ algorithm. Developed in the 70’s on more than 2000 rolling elements, this technology has brought proven results for the monitoring of bearing faults on common machines in various types of industries worldwide.
The Bearing Defender is compatible with smartphones and tablets on iOS or Android. Using a standard and user friendly display device, it is now possible to integrate vibration measurements in your maintenance 4.0 program and take the best out of your people in the field.