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Destroy downtime.
Optimize your plant.

Continuous health monitoring for your industrial machinery.

KCF Technologies Machine Vibration Sensor Node

Catch Machine Failure

Catch Machine Failure

The most basic step and immediate return on your investment. Catch a machine failure more quickly and easily than you ever thought possible, with continuous machine monitoring and vibration sensors.

Establish rock-solid SOPs

Establish Rock-Solid SOPs

The majority of your machine operators run your equipment using tribal knowledge, not science-proven, data-driven best practices and machine condition monitoring and maintenance. It’s time to make a change.

Increase production rates

Increase Production Rates

The sad truth is that your machinery runs far less consistently than you think. Continuous, wireless health monitoring with machine vibration sensors smooths operations and squeezes more profits and products out of your machinery than you ever imagined.

Suboptimal machines and unplanned downtime are destroying your profits.

Downtime is expensive, dangerous, and in today’s world of digital transformation, unnecessary.

Your plant is capable of so much more.

We know how much pressure you’re feeling to eliminate downtime and increase profits.

We’ve helped more than 200 multi-million and multi-billion dollar industrial sites:

How it works:

Malfunctioning machine without monitoring

1

Choose a machine or application to monitor using an industrial vibration sensor.

Machine Monitoring Running Diagnostics

2

See how well (or poorly!) it’s running with the industrial monitoring system.

Smooth-Running machine being continuously monitored

3

Optimize your equipment.

Download our free eBook

KCF Tech eBook: 5 Mistakes Plant Managers Make When Fighting Downtime

In this free eBook you’ll learn:

  • Why increasing your time-based maintenance schedule is a bad idea
  • Why your vibration monitoring-based Predictive Maintenance Program is weak
  • How to gain enthusiastic cooperation from your shop floor workers
  • Why your "factory maintenance of the future" plan is doomed and how to revive it
  • The #1 myth about industrial machine performance and plant maintenance