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Sensonics completes delivery to nuclear power plant in UAE

09 November 2018

Sensonics have delivered the final tranche of machinery protection systems to the Barakah Nuclear Power Plant project in the UAE.

Following a five year design and manufacturing phase, the equipment delivery, made up of nearly 400 

Sentry G3 4-channel protection modules and over 1,200 channels of vibration analysis across twelve cabinets is currently undergoing final commissioning. The instrumentation will monitor and protect 180 machines, the balance of plant equipment for all 4 Units, consisting of various fans, pumps and chillers in support of the plant operations. 

The fully programmable Sentry G3 equipment is utilised to monitor bearing and shaft vibration in addition to thrust wear and speed. It includes dual redundant power supplies in each rack with redundant Ethernet communications to the main plant systems for trending of overall vibration levels and the reporting of alarms. A condition monitoring package is also integrated with the G3 equipment to provide real time analysis of the vibration signals.  All data is stored on a local server which provides live machine Mimic’s in combination with offline analysis of historical trends.

This major overseas contract for the Korean Electric Power Corporation is another example of Sensonics’ commitment to developing the innovative and robust solutions for vibration, position and speed instrumentation for critical machine condition monitoring applications in power generation, petrochemical and process manufacturing industries around the world. 


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