What is Mechanical Testing?
Mechanical testing is the measurement, investigation and monitoring of an industrial plant for defects, undesirable operation or deteriorating health. Various testing technologies are implemented to determine the plant's condition or establish the cause of the fault or undesirable operation. Verico's mechanical testing team undertake routine monitoring, specialised online system development and detailed investigation and testing.
We apply our engineering expertise to develop innovative methodologies and solutions to achieve asset integrity and performance assurance. The Verico mechanical team analyse the problem at hand and apply our knowledge and experience to develop a solution to meet our customer's requirements.
Mechanical Testing - Typical Program Cycle
Mechanical Testing Services
Integrated Condition Monitoring
Machinery Dynamics and Vibration Diagnostics
Specialist Mechanical Testing
Initial programme development
Machine train alignment
Multi-channel vibration diagnostics
Turbo machinery, gas turbines, steam turbines, hydro turbines, compressors
Critical plant requiring in-depth specialised analysis, draglines, shovels
Structural vibration analysis and investigation
Integrated test system development
Residual strain measurement
Acceleration and vibration
Pressure and load
Remote online monitoring
Reliability Engineering Services
Performance Analysis and Improvement Services
Online System Development
Failure mode effects and criticality analysis (FMECA)
Root cause analysis (RCA)
Defect elimination projects
Turbine heat rate testing
Boiler combustion testing
Custom system development to monitor critical plant
Imbedded system development
National instruments® and Labview® system development and integration
Specialist Capability: ONLINE MONITORING SYSTEM FOR LOW-SPEED GEARLESS AND GEAR DRIVES
Verico’s online condition monitoring and reporting system is used for automated detection and reporting of faults in low-speed gearless and gear drives such as SAG (semi-autogenous grinding) mills and HPGR (high pressure grinding rolls) drives.
It combines traditional condition monitoring reporting with a continuous, automated online monitoring system that provides timely alerts and fault analysis. The reporting system is highly customisable, including options for both cloud-based and localised remote monitoring systems.
Typical Benefits of Engaging Verico for Mechanical Testing
Verico have a proven history of finding solutions to customer plant problems and malfunctions, either detecting plant issues early through condition-based maintenance or getting their equipment back into production as soon as possible to minimise downtime.
Newcastle Coal Infrastructure Group Stacker Reclaimer
Port of Newcastle, NSW
Install a range of instrumentation investigating the in-service loading of a shiploader at one of Australia’s major coal export terminals.
All enquiries will be forwarded directly to the Verico Mechanical Testing Manager.