One of the most common and affordable methods of technical diagnostics is vibrodiagnostic. It defines the status of technical systems through the study and analysis of the vibration of their elements.
From mechanics, it is known that vibrations constitute a mechanical oscillations, which may be free (subsiding) or forced. They are generated by random (single) or by periodically changing external forces stimulating. Basic parameters of oscillation are their amplitude and frequency (or period). When the machines and their components, vibrations represent periodic elastic deformations, whose amplitude is much smaller in comparison with the dimensions of the workpiece. In some cases, the vibrations are the basis of the principle of operation of different devices or used as technological means (e.g. vibration sieve, the cone of a loudspeaker, etc.), but more often they are harmful and dangerous.
In the operation of machines and mechanisms, vibrations are related to loss of energy, resonance phenomena (critical modes of operation), additional dynamic знакопроменливи loads that result in fatigue of strength of details. This reduces their reliability and durability. In addition, the vibrations affect the accuracy of the equipment, machinery and automatic systems, which are in the vicinity of vibrating parts, create a vibration noise and adversely affect the productivity and human health.


Repair of machinery – ALREADY planned expenditure

Modern diagnostics of machines allows, through monitoring of vibration, noise and temperature of the bearings, to determine with great precision the cause of poor performance status of aggregates. For exact evaluation and powerful software designed for collecting, processing and analysis of the alerts generated by the damage.



Advantages of modern diagnostic process:

-NOT REQUIRED dismantling the machine;
-Measurements were made DURING OPERATION portable equipment;
-Appropriate planning of repairs;
-Backup options and comparison of results;



“IRIDA – 22” Ltd. offers complete vibration monitoring of the state of the machines and facilities. The main goal is to minimize the number of failures. Vibration control can be periodic and partial. The advantages of periodic control are the accumulation of a database of the machine and the knowledge of its history in a vibrational plan, the forecasting of upcoming repairs and the reduction of the risk of damage to the equipment. Research shows that the economic benefits of this type of service are greatest.