Proximity Probe Solution
Machine Saver probes are at the forefront of eddy current proximity probe design, are well acknowledged in the industry, and are compatible with all significant transducer producers.
The American Petroleum Institute Standard 670 is completely complied with by the MS-Series probes (API-670). We guarantee the viability and durability of these proximity probes and associated systems for up to ten years, with a default warranty of three years that is extendable to five years at the customer’s request. We are the only known American manufacturer of mass-produced vibration probes.
In order to support a preventative maintenance program and machinery diagnostics, today’s high-performance eddy current proximity sensors provide continuous condition monitoring information and trip monitored machines when necessary.
Our leading proximity solutions provide full interoperability and exceptional performance in challenging environments.
What is it?
API 670 compliant, eddie current proximity probes. Compatible with previous models from other manufacturers.
How does it work?
Proximity probes are installed through the machine’s casing to focus on the problems associated with shafts of larger machines that have oil lubricated bearings.
Which problem does it solve?
For machines that have casings too large for vibration information to propagate through to case mounted sensors, these probes allow analysts to see problems with shaft vibration.
Backward compatibility with older systems which many manufacturers no longer produce.
These probes are also the sensing element for our TwinProx system which allows for many new features that improve upon older techniques that haven’t been updated on older proximity systems.