The XTS-W bearing wear monitor, from UK company Amot, which provides real-time protection of large two-stroke engine crank bearings by detecting wear before major damage occurs, has received NK type approval.
The Amot metal particle detector (MPD) is an on-line continuous wear debris monitor that signals the presence of metal particles in lubricating oils, thus alerting operators to perform oil condition checks.
UK company Amot says that its XTS-W bearing wear monitor has received Korean Registry Approval, in addition to approvals from other classification societies and certification authorities.
Germanischer Lloyd has announced that the fist bearing wear monitoring system type approval according to its ‘Guidelines for Machinery Condition Monitoring’ has been granted to Amot Controls.
Open-up inspections can now be avoided if an Amot XTS-W+ bearing condition monitor is installed.
The AMOT GG valve has been specified as the new lubricating oil temperature control valve for the Siemens range of SGT-600/700/800 gas turbines.
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