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John Crane Sense Turbo digitally monitors the health of dry gas seals.
John Crane announced the launch of John Crane Sense Turbo, a dry gas seal digital diagnostics solution to monitor conditions at the heart of the compressor.
John Crane Sense Turbo uses a unique set of sensors embedded directly into a compressor’s dry gas seal to deliver continuous, real-time insight to identify potential issues and ensure corrective actions are taken to extend the useful life of the seal. John Crane Sense Turbo uses a four-step data flow process:
“Leveraging machine learning, John Crane Sense Turbo allows customers to assess the health of dry gas seals installed in turbomachinery and understand how to optimize the reliability and performance of their rotating equipment,” said John Crane Product Line Director, Digital, Brian Boykin. “By understanding the remaining useful life of a mechanical seal, our customers can add months, if not years, to the time before repair of their equipment, while significantly reducing maintenance costs at the same time.”
John Crane Sense Turbo is part of the John Crane Sense platform and suite of solutions. Sense is an open platform for a suite of apps that provide actionable information. Throughout 2022, John Crane will launch two additional digital monitoring solutions focused on wet seals and monitoring other plant equipment:
The John Crane Sense open platform is designed to allow third parties, component OEMs and end users to digitize their physical devices with application development support from John Crane.