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Predictive maintenance for machines and systems: How smart can plastics be?

March 22, 2024
Condition monitoring and predictive maintenance are essential to maximizing machine service life. Download the white paper to learn about some of the ways to implement these concepts in your own machines.

Condition monitoring and predictive maintenance are essential to maximizing machine service life. Certain plastic components can be outfitted with sensors to enable condition monitoring and predictive maintenance, such as:

  • Cable carriers
  • Plain bearings
  • Linear bearings

To learn more about what makes these plastics “smart” and how they can be incorporated into your own machinery, download the white paper.

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