Artesis | Logistic and Transportation

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The logistic and transportation industry has some of the highest costs of downtime where unplanned downtime is not desired due to results in delays to schedules, missed delivery dates, missed loading or unloading slots, or demurrage charges.

Artesis continuously monitors the health status of assets to determine if it needs repair and when. To examine the rotating equipment in detailsArtesis measures 3 phase voltage and current signals from the MCC panel. This unique model-based fault detection makes Artesis a valuable predictive maintenance solution for hard-to-reach critical equipment.

Companies using predictive maintenance in logistic and transportation for;

  • Lowering operational expenses and environmental risks arising due to equipment breakdown
  • Ensuring optimal performance and detect potential failures.
  • Enhancing equipment reliability and extend the overall operational life of its assets.
  • Optimising asset performance
  • Boost growth and sustainability
  • Speed up the decision-making process

Why Artesis?

Engine Room

This is where the main machinery of a transportation vessel is located. The main engine, freshwater pumps, low-temperature pumps for cooling systems, water pumps to feed auxiliary boilers, fire protection systems pumps, the main lubrication pump for the main engine, blowers and fans are some of the machines that need to be monitor in this area of the vessel. With this amount of equipment needing condition monitoring in just a single area of the vessel and a small number of engineers responsible of them, traditional condition monitoring can become a complicated and costly task. Artesis MCM allows you to simplify the monitoring process for all the machines mentioned before. In addition, with Artesis PCM generators and alternators can also be monitored, thus covering all the machines in the engine room while simplifying the task and reducing the costs associated with it.

Steering Gear Room

An important part of any vessel is the group of machines that make it possible to maneuver around the waters. Monitor the steering gear, main winches, hydraulic oil pumps, and any other motor-driven machine to ensure the captain and the entire crew on the bridge never lose control of the vessel.

Separator Room

Another important part of the operations is complying with the regulations when it comes to the discharges to the ocean. The separator room involves all the equipment necessary to achieve so. Here, a group of purifiers and pumps help to complete the process of separating the contaminants from the waste water before discharge. Of course, a failure on any of these machines will possibly generate a critical failure in the entire system. Monitor lube oil purifiers, heavy fuel oil purifiers, main circulation pumps and main supply pumps to ensure compliance with the regulations at all times.