• Easily used by ships maintenance staff right out of the box

  • Instant indication of condition for motor bearings, gears, compressors, slewing rings, hoists, winches...

  • Plan maintenance and have the spares available on time. Minimise off-hire and demurrage.
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On-line Industrial Monitoring Solutions

On-Line is the first-alert, primary defensive position, in terms of earliest possible warning. Parker Kittiwake presents a number of choices in this regard.


Diesel Generator: Parker Kittiwake has five applicable sensors:


Gearbox: Two sensor options for wear monitoring and one for oil condition, plus vibration monitoring capability:


Hydraulics: Two sensor options for wear monitoring and one for oil monitoring, plus vibration monitoring capability:


Compressors: Two sensor options for wear monitoring and one for oil condition:


Special Applications:

Wind Turbine: SensorSuite is a special self-contained suite of three sensors to monitor wear and oil quality remotely so as to be able to take timely action when problems are indicated:

  • Total Ferrous
  • Oil Condition
  • Water

Note also that Wind Turbine applications are often very cost sensitive.  We would recommend instrumentation for vibration and/or acoustic emissions as a first line of defence followed by oil monitoring on larger industrial applications. See Kittiwake Holroyd for further product details.

Paper Machine: SensorSuite – multiple key locations on the machine can be sensor-fitted. An HMI (Human Machine Interface) is available to serve as a monitoring device at a strategic location in the plant

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