The Corporate Report 2013: SKF USA Condition Monitoring – Fort Collins

EP Editorial Staff | December 19, 2013

Motors drive industry and, ultimately, the success of corporations and organizations all over the world. Maintenance professionals need visibility into the health and condition of rotating equipment to help them make good decisions about maintenance or repair of that equipment. 

SKF Condition Monitoring designs, manufactures and markets electric motor test equipment that helps maintenance professionals, repair shops and motor-manufacturing operations efficiently maintain and repair equipment. 

For example, the Baker AWA-IV and Baker DX series of static motor analyzers perform a comprehensive array of insulation and circuit tests on off-line (powered-down, or static) motors to detect problems that would lead to motor failure and unplanned downtime. The SKF Dynamic Motor Analyzer – EXP4000 helps troubleshoot problems with motor/machine systems by monitoring the quality of power fed to a motor, the motor’s performance and the condition of the load placed upon it. The SKF Online Motor Analysis System – NetEP provides continuous visibility into motor/machine health twenty-four hours a day, 365 days a year from the safety of an office or any remote location with a computer and access to the Internet. 

For rock-solid quality assurance and accurate condition monitoring of the electric motors and generators—and the systems they drive—that your business depends on, there’s an electric motor test or monitoring instrument from SKF that can acquire and analyze the vital information you need. SKF has the solutions you need to efficiently maintain your operation’s motorized equipment, keep it up and running properly and minimize the costs of motor failures and unplanned downtime.  


1213crskfSKF USA 

Condition Monitoring 

4812 McMurry Ave. 

Fort Collins, CO 80525 

Ph: 800.752.8272




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