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Vibration monitoring should be an integral part of a food and beverage production facility’s predictive maintenance program. The use of vibration sensors for early identification of developing equipment faults provides numerous benefits: 
1. Increase overall equipment effectiveness (OEE)
2. Reduce unanticipated equipment downtime and/or failure 
3. Reduce spare parts inventory costs 
4. Make more effective use of maintenance staff time

For decades PCB Piezotronics has been offering vibration sensors specifically designed for the food industry.
IMI Sensors offers vibration sensors specifically designed to remain installed during the daily washdown/sterilization cycle. Eliminating the need for daily removal and re-installation of sensors saves sanitation staff’s time and ensures more consistent data.
The sensor stainless steel housing is smooth and corrosion-resistant. It resists degradation by wash-down cycle chemical solutions or acidic food products. IMI Sensors solutions minimize vulnerability to scrapes dents, and eliminates areas for water and/or particulate build-up. Moreover the watertight, hermetically-sealed casing with welded seams prevents liquid infiltration. 

Small ICP® accelerometer kits
models 602D91 & 603C91 
• Small dimensions – ideal for limited spaces
• Sensitivity: (±10%) 100 mV/g (10.2 mV/(m/s²)) 
• Measurement Range: ±50 g (±490 m/s²)

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