A proven solution
IMBU has been monitoring and analyzing compression equipment in the most remote places on the planet for several years. A proven solution which works under the toughest conditions!
The most affordable
A complete solution for every compressor: A combination of IMBU hardware, software and cloud infrastructure that offers unparalleled crank-angle referenced vibration- and contextual analysis.
1. Plug and play hardware
IMBU's turn-key hardware kits are designed to operate in the most hostile conditions. Installation is simple and quick. Complete plug-and-play, ready to use kits available for Ariel compressors.
2. Big Data cloud storage
Secure and unlimited data storage & uptime guarantees are a standard part of IMBU's product offering while allowing permanent & simultaneous access to multiple users.
3. Web and mobile applications
IMBU's web-suite allows deep & detailed analysis using a web-browser. Users can also build their own performance-dashboards. The iPad App offers an efficient way to review all operational data with access to months or years of historical data, including when users are offline.
Monitor and analyze
Analyze in real-time
The IMBU web-suite offers unprecedented analysis tools, all available online through a standard Google Chrome web-browser.
Crank-angle reference vibration analysis, visualized through waterfall diagrams are served in parallel with substantial amounts of process- and engine-related contextual data.
This allows users to quickly recognize the early stages of an upcoming failure or optimize compressor-efficiency.
3D Waterfall Graphs
IMBU's Web-suite offers 3D waterfall diagrams, which can be manipulated freely, using nothing more than a standard web-browser. Users can zoom-in, rotate or float over the 3D landscape in order to find discontinuities. While hovering over the 3D waterfall, the labels in the 2D contextual data move, fully time-synchronized, allowing the user to understand all process- and engine parameters at any point on the waterfall diagram.
Detailed Driver Monitoring
To also allow detailed monitoring of the driver, IMBU picks-up detailed operational data from the gas-engine management. Depending on which driver is being used, this includes e.g. combustion times, detonation levels, exhaust-gas temperatures and secondary ignition voltages.
IMVIB is an advanced vibration analysis module, specially developed for reciprocating machinery.
Zhaikmunai LLP uses IMVIB to monitor all 15 of their field gas compressors. Their primary production asset is the Chinarevskoye oil-field, located in the North-West of Kazakhstan. Its operation includes an LPG-plant with several reciprocating and screw-compressors.
GFS Corp develops systems that allow large, high horsepower diesel engines to operate on a combination of natural gas and diesel fuel. Their bi-fuel systems are used worldwide in mine haul trucks and in the stationary power sector to reduce fuel costs and emissions.
Seplat operates several oil-fields in the Niger Delta. They use reciprocating oil-pumps in order to operate the oil-transmission pipelines. IMBU provides Seplat with a valuable live data-stream allowing detailed analysis of operational issues which were previously unavailable. This has resulted in multiple improvements and drastically increased the overall pump availability.
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What our clients say:
Maintenance manager, Zhaikmunai LLP
Director of Sales, GFS Corp
Maintenance manager, OMV Petrom