Visual Vibration Services by Failure Prevention Associates
Turn your cell phone video into a visual vibration model. Now you can know what is going on sooner than at any other time in history.
Create an animated model just from a stable cell phone video that shows how your machine or structure is moving. This modeling and vibration data collection used to take weeks and cost $40k, $60k, or more.
Using your own cellular phone video camera, a slow motion recording can be turned into a visual vibration recording.
What is visual vibration?
Visual vibration is the study and analysis of how objects move. For our applications, this information can be used to diagnose and solve problems with machines. Visual vibration can be used to find out if a machine is operating correctly, if it is about to fail, or if there are other issues that need to be addressed. This is done by slowing down footage taken from today’s smartphones and tablets. Uploaded directly to our Vibration Analysis experts to provide feedback, maintenance recommendations and our overall inspection review.
Visual Vibration™ Example
If the motor and pump below are not oscillating left to right. Click on the YouTube video links below.
How we use Visual Vibration Analysis
We use Visual Vibration Analysis to help our customers improve their machines, increase uptime, and decrease maintenance costs. Our experts can take your video footage and provide you with actionable data that can be used to make informed decisions about your equipment. We also offer consulting services to help you understand and implement the best Visual Vibration Analysis program for your needs based on your uploaded video.
What are the benefits of Visual Vibration Analysis?
There are many benefits to using Visual Vibration Analysis, including:
- Improved machine performance
- Reduced downtime
- Decreased maintenance costs
- Increased safety
- Improved quality control
Visual Vibration: The Results
By transferring the video into a visual vibration format, you can see what can’t be seen any other way. A structure’s overall motion and the motion of one part relative to another. Excessive vibration levels and loose or damaged parts are easily identified from an animated ODS display.
Visual Vibration™ displays how a machine or structure is moving by animating directly from the videos you upload to our cloud.