Industries Served


turbines-1-med The wind power industry has experienced tremendous growth and improvements in terms of turbine design, generator design, electronics and other aspects of the power-generation assets. With that said, the rotating components require constant lubrication, and the remote location of the rotating assemblies on wind turbines make access for maintenance -- or especially major repair-- very costly. Poseidon Systems offers sensors, oil conditioning monitoring and wear debris monitoring solutions that can extend uptimes and also provide advance notice of accelerating degradation to prevent catastrophic asset failures. Additionally, Poseidon Systems offers custom design, development, and research on solutions for the wind turbine industry.
yellow-train-med One of the most important challenges faced by railroad locomotive operators is maximizing uptimes and lengthening service intervals while preserving the operating integrity of large rotating engines. Poseidon Systems’ sensor technologies can avoid unexpected downtimes by monitoring oil and other lubricating fluids for wear debris and other tell-tale contaminants that foretell mechanical failures. Our sensors can detect excessive levels of moisture, combustion by-products, and other contaminants, enabling predictive maintenance activities based on the health of the engine. Additionally, our engine-mounted sensors provide maintenance technicians with the information that enable our customers to keep their locomotives in operation for longer without breakdowns, and also gives them the advance knowledge of when maintenance—whether minor or major—is coming due sooner than expected, before a catastrophic failure occurs. This data and information helps customers maximize uptime, eliminate remote oil testing costs, and especially maximize revenues.
chrome-engine One of the most important challenges faced by truck fleet operators is downtime, which becomes very costly very quickly when a key asset goes down for major repairs unexpectedly. Poseidon Systems’ sensor technologies can avoid unexpected downtimes by monitoring oil and other lubricating fluids for wear debris and other tell-tale contaminants that foretell mechanical failures. Our sensors provide information that enable our customers to keep their trucks on the road for longer without breakdowns, and also gives them the advance knowledge of when maintenance—whether minor or major—is coming due sooner than expected, before a catastrophic failure occurs. This data and information helps customers maximize uptime and especially to maximize revenues.
mining-trucks Underground mining operations represent one of the greatest maintenance challenges for heavy earth-moving equipment and especially the large diesel engines powering mining and earth-moving equipment operating continuously in a dusty, dirty environment. When an unexpected breakdown occurs, the equipment is typically located in remote and difficult-to-reach underground areas, leading to a complicated extraction process just to get the equipment to a location with the physical room to access the engine for repairs. Poseidon Systems’ sensor technologies can avoid unexpected downtimes by monitoring oil and other lubricating fluids for wear debris and other tell-tale contaminants that foretell mechanical failures. Our sensors can detect excessive levels of moisture, combustion by-products, and other contaminants, enabling predictive maintenance activities based on the health of the engine. Additionally, our engine-mounted sensors provide maintenance technicians with the information that enable our customers to keep their earth-moving equipment in operation for longer without breakdowns, and also gives them the advance knowledge of when maintenance—whether minor or major—is coming due sooner than expected, before a catastrophic failure occurs. This data and information helps customers maximize uptime, and especially maximize revenues.
cargo-ship2 Transoceanic cargo transport operations represent one of the greatest examples of truly mission-critical uptimes, particularly for the large diesel engines that power ocean-going cargo ships. When an unexpected breakdown occurs, the cargo ship is typically located in remote and difficult-to-reach areas, requiring a rescue-based repair for major breakdowns. Poseidon Systems’ sensor technologies can avoid unexpected downtimes by monitoring oil and other lubricating fluids for wear debris and other tell-tale contaminants that foretell mechanical failures. Our sensors can detect excessive levels of moisture, combustion by-products, and other contaminants, enabling predictive maintenance activities based on the health of the engine. Additionally, our engine-mounted sensors provide maintenance technicians with the information that enable our customers to keep their earth-moving equipment in operation for longer without breakdowns, and also gives them the advance knowledge of when maintenance—whether minor or major—is coming due sooner than expected, before a catastrophic failure occurs. This data and information helps customers maximize uptime, and especially maximize revenues.