Fluke 810 Offers
Control unplanned downtime, avoid recurring problems, set repair priorities and manage resources with an entirely new approach to vibration testing. When you need answers now, the Fluke 810 helps you locate and diagnose common mechanical problems and prioritize repair actions in three simple steps. Easy vibration testing fits easily into your maintenance routine. No more guessing your machine's condition. Feed the basic machine information you already know into the 810 and its onboard info feature gives you field tips for setting up and taking measurements like a pro. Use it to quickly troubleshoot problems or monitor machine conditions. With the press of a button, the Fluke 810 identifies the root cause, its location, and how severe it is. Use a simple process to report on machine faults the first time measurements are taken, without prior measurement history. Diagnoses, severity and repair recommendations to make informed maintenance decisions and address critical problems first.

• On-board identification and location of the most common mechanical faults reducing downtime
• Fault severity scale with four severity levels helps you prioritize maintenance work
• Repair recommendations advise technicians on corrective action
• On-board context sensitive help provides real-time tips and guidance to new users
• 2 GB expandable on-board memory provides enough space for your machinery's data
• Self-test function ensures optimal performance and more time on the job
• Laser tachometer for accurate machine running speed promotes confident diagnoses
• Tri-axial accelerometer reduces measurement time by 2/3 over single axis accelerometers
• Viewer PC Software expands data storage and tracking capacity
• Troubleshoot problem equipment and understand the root cause of failure
• Rotating Machinery

Most rotating machine failures come from four common faults: imbalance, misalignment, bearings, and looseness. The 810 has an auto diagnostic program—based on 30 years of machine baselines analyzed by vibration experts from real machines—that helps your team return to work even faster. Extensive setup, trending, analysis and on-site experts are not needed. It is ideal for in-house vibration programs, as it diagnoses the problem without special expertise or years of training, saving money by finding faults before failure and lost production. Many customers feel that replacing bearings and other components is a part of maintenance but you could be losing thousands of dollars a year in replacement bearings, unnecessary preventative maintenance sessions, and repair time. Seeing early warnings of impending machine failure empowers maintenance staff with time to schedule repairs. Use the vibration tester to troubleshoot the root cause to fix the problem (misalignment) instead of fixing the symptom (bearings) again and again.

Useful for the analysis of the following:
• Motors
• Fans
• Blowers
• Belts and chain drives
• Gearboxes
• Couplings
• Centrifugal pumps
• Piston pumps
• Siding vane pumps
• Propeller pumps
• Screw pumps
• Rotary
• Thread/gear/lobe pumps
• Piston compressors
• Centrifugal compressors
• Screw compressors
• Closed coupled machines
• Spindles