Nevada and Texas. The year 1989. Sales Technology, Inc. is taking shape, producing CMCP (condition monitoring custom products). Business as usual continued until 1995, a landmark year in which everything changed.
The company emerged as STI Vibration Monitoring, Inc. by 2010. As the years press on, the company sees impressive results as demands climb for its unique and highly-esteemed products: accelerometer transducers, vibration chart software, and vibration simulators.
The goal of the company is to eliminate America’s overdependence on large rack-based monitoring systems. For too many years now, the company’s leadership believes, these gigantic machines have been doing nothing but eating up time, space, and profits.
STI Vibration Monitoring, Inc. sets out to change all that with an alternative. Their product is low-cost and smaller. It operates through solitary channels, offering a service that is both reliable and affordable.
This company’s name could pop up whenever somebody mentions words like accelerometer transducers, vibration simulators, or loop powered transmitters. There are other key pieces that work their way into the mix: rotor kits, power supplies, and transmitters.
What do these transmitters do? They take the information about how fast a piece of machinery is shaking and send it to a supercomputer so that a sophisticated software can process the numbers, alerting the management should something be off kilter.
This technology helps save not only money but lives. Think about it carefully. If Joe works at a factory in Memphis, Tennessee, he’s out there on the floor every shift with a giant machine that could instantly kill him if the fan blade comes crashing down.
To avoid such a disaster, Joe himself must check on the condition of the fan blade and hope for the best. Sometimes the little signs (marked by a change in vibration) are missed due to human error. The computer never makes mistakes. It sends a report to notify the team.
Joe is saved. He will still perform his part, collecting and reporting data to the company management. However, the sensor is his friend. It helps collect the data about vibrations in real time without human oversight 24/7. The managers know if something’s out of whack.
This is good for Joe. This is also good for the company (not to mention the bottom line). For this reason, people are telling their foremen to get on the ball when it comes to accelerometer transducers, vibration simulators, and BNCH junction boxes.
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Name:STI Vibration Monitoring Inc.
1010 East Main Street League City, Texas 77573
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