Parker offers condition monitoring and predictive or proactive maintenance systems and instrumentation, providing the earliest indication of failure for capital plant and equipment.
Parker Condition Monitoring has a worldwide customer base served by global technical support centers. For over 25 years, we've maintained sustainable and profitable growth underpinned by a high level of R&D investment to build our market position. Parker offers on-line, on-site and off-site monitoring solutions for in-service lubricants, greases, bunker fuels, exhaust emissions, wear metals, acoustic emissions analysis, and gas and valve leakage. We also offers sampling systems and worldwide logistics for large used oil analysis and other fiscally secure sampling systems.
Parker operates a fully audited QA system under ISO9001:2008 ensuring consistency in development and manufacturing. We are also aligned with the requirements of Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) and Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) EU Directives in all areas of manufacturing. Our staff is also fully trained in handling hazardous materials (HAZA) under IATA, ADR and IMDG codes.
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Looking after your oil is an essential part of any machinery maintenance. The lubricating oil is often the only thing separating the metal surfaces of your engine, journal, hoists or compressors, and so without it they could not function effectively. Oil analysis should therefore be a priority to any maintenance staff or engineer in order to ensure that all machinery is able to run as smoothly as possible. Advanced oil analysis equipment solutions are also incredibly valuable for ensuring the continued health of heavy machinery. Not only will this improve machinery efficiency, but it also serves to reduce downtime. This can have a dramatic effect on output and costs, especially when combined with wear debris analysis and other condition monitoring methods. Parker offers solutions for On-Board Cylinder Monitoring, Sensors, Used Oil Analysis Kits and Used Oil Analysis Labs.
Marine fuel deliveries are measured by volume but paid for by mass. Ensuring the fuel quality at the time of delivery and calculating the density is an integral part of good bunkering practices. Parker's condition monitoring solutions help companies measure density and water content to calculate the mass of fuel delivered. Our on-site fuel labs can help ensure fuel is within the required specification under ISO 8217, Viscosity, Density, Water, CCAI, Compatibility, Pour Point, Salt. They can also help maintain bunker fuel samples for Port State Inspection under MARPOL 73/78 Annex VI.
All machinery will wear with use. Contact and fatigue will produce a continuous stream of microscopic metallic particles. Parker Condition Monitoring offers highly accurate, rugged on- and off-line magnetometers that report on both the concentration, size, rate and composition of wear generation providing immediate indications of increased wear rates or impending failure.