CONDITION MONITORING: future proofing your productivity

An Innovative and Integrated Approach towards Asset Reliability

Monition Condition Monitoring services will help to

future-proof your business productivity

Monition use an integrated approach in developing Condition Monitoring excellence.


Whilst the company have accumulated internal capabilities to accommodate and properly deploy condition monitoring techniques individually, it has also focused on the development of a decision making process for the selection of a Condition Monitoring technique (or a combination of techniques) which are tailored to the condition and requirements of an asset.

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Our extensive Condition Monitoring service capabilities extends to the following:
Vibration Analysis

A predictive maintenance method which allows early problem detection in rotating machinery, such as: gearboxes, fans, shafts, motors, compressors, pumps, mixers, driers - in fact, almost any type of active machinery, either by VA survey, or by remote monitoring.

Oil Condition Monitoring

Analysis of oil samples for the purpose of trending the wear, chemistry and contamination levels of in-service lubricating oil. This is with a view to maximise oil and equipment lifetimes, reduce lubrication expense, catch major faults and minimise downtime.

Reap the Benefits:

What Condition Monitoring can Do For YOU


Reduction in Downtime


Extension in Asset Life


Maintenance Costs Reduction


Reduction in Machine Failures

What You Get from

A Monition CBM Survey:

An integrated approach

Utilising multiple technologies.

The right tools

Readings taken using advanced vibration monitoring equipment.

The Experience to Back it Up

Share in our knowledge and experience; our analysts love to discuss our findings with our reliability partners.

Simple, Effective Reporting

Clear, concise exception reporting, with dedicated work orders issued for faults found, including access to Monition’s very own Web Reports software, accessible by most internet-enabled devices.

Operational success through a

quality CBM programme

The Issues

Being a modern Engineering Manager and keeping vast arrays of industrial equipment in check can be a real challenge.

Condition monitoring can help you to understand, resolve and manage common reliability issues, including:


• Unscheduled Downtime

• Bearing Issues

• Lubricant Problems

• Huge MTTR

• Costly Repairs

• Catastrophic Failures

• Poor Machine Availability

• Weak Asset Lifespans

What is CBM?

Condition-based maintenance (CBM) is a maintenance strategy that monitors the actual condition of the asset to decide what maintenance needs to be done.


This way, maintenance should only be performed when certain indicators show signs of decreasing performance or upcoming failure.


Vibration Analysis is the primary preventative maintenance method most commonly used to identify component faults in rotating equipment, such as defective bearings and misalignment.

Why is it so important?

Machine Condition Monitoring is crucial in asset management, as it puts you in the driving seat to actively prevent breakdowns.


It also allows you to optimise maintenance resources where and when they’re most needed.


It provides customers with precious insight into the current health of your equipment, allowing to you react accordingly, reducing the risk unscheduled outages, enabling machine performance optimisation, and reduce down-time, repairs and maintenance costs.

Why Choose Monition?

Monition have thirty years of experience and expertise as a market leader in the application of a multi-technology approach to condition monitoring.


In this time, we’ve introduced the benefits of Condition Monitoring and Predictive Maintenance to hundreds of organisations large and small in practically every conceivable industry.


Let us help you to help your plant.

Our Aim

Our aim is to provide the most effective monitoring package for your operations, with clear and concise reporting to give engineering managers the tools they need to succeed.



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