Gearboxes are widely used in all industries for power transmission, speed reduction, or change of motion direction between electrical, mechanical, or hydraulic equipment. They play critical roles in various industries such as the chemical sector, iron and steel industry, mining, oil and gas, energy, petrochemicals, and more.
Continuous monitoring of the health condition of gearboxes, which have a wide range of applications, is crucial. Online condition monitoring plays a significant role in the reliability of a gearbox. Gear condition and bearing data can be recorded, and maintenance activities can be planned accordingly. Monitoring the vibration, acoustic, and temperature data provides highly effective results in continuously monitoring the gears within the gearbox. Monitor your large gearboxes without physical backups!
With WiserSense solutions, you can eliminate sudden shutdowns and energy losses.

Gearbox failure can lead to the breakdown of a rotating machine, resulting in costly repairs and project delays.
Common problems encountered in gearboxes include:

Gear misalignment
Gear wear
Gear overload
Gear eccentricity
Excessive gear backlash
Oil leakage and deposits
Unnecessary pressure between gears

    The 5 Benefits of Real-Time Monitoring
    for Gearboxes are

    Instant access to data for
    remote monitoring


    fan efficiency

    Elimination of on-site
    machine health checks

    Cost savings in maintenance
    and energy expenses

    Our Solutions
    for Gear Health Monitoring


    OOne is used for tracking and detecting any defects that may cause vibration, such as shaft misalignment, imbalance, loose footing, bearing issues, etc.

    Acoustic Listening

    OSound is used for early-stage detection and monitoring of bearing faults and oil film issues.


    OThermal allows for tracking the overall temperature of the gearbox.

    Comprehensive Operational
    Data of the Gearbox

    OGate enables the collection of torque, current, energy consumption, and other information from the motor controller, as well as flow rate, temperature, and other parameters related to the fan, and transfers it to the cloud platform.

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