Early Detection of Problems
Missouri River Energy Services (MRES) helps members and their customers proactively inspect and test equipment to find problems before they cause a power outage or equipment failure.
Regularly scheduled maintenance saves companies countless dollars in emergency repairs and downtime. Learn more about our maintenance program and inspection options.
To learn more, download our MRES Maintenance Program brochure.
Digital Infrared Services
Using the latest in high-definition equipment, our certified thermographer measures and records precise temperature variations inside electrical and mechanical equipment. The digital images identify "hot spots" that are early indicators of problems.
Rapid imaging uses high-speed video-processing techniques to capture tiny vibrations in machinery. The vibrations are graphed, measured to the thousandth of an inch and blown up to a higher resolution. The movement can then be slowed down and shown in a video format, which makes it visible to the naked eye and allows the technician to pinpoint the source of the problem. Rapid imaging can be used on pumps, piping, motors, gearboxes, bases, bolts and other industrial equipment to provide a very cost-effective and accurate means of analysis.
This service monitors the intensity, frequency and acceleration of an object while in operation. It offers real-time insight into asset condition and provides early detection of interior faults. It can be linked with Rapid Imaging to help produce root-cause analysis of structural issues. It's commonly used on bearings and gears, and it can also help identify alignment and imbalance issues.
Ultrasonic Inspection Services
Leaks in compressed-air or gas systems, vibrations in motors, and the flow of electricity past insulators all create noise that cannot be heard by the human ear can lead to wasted energy — and wasted money. Ultrasonic "translator" equipment is used to convert the noise and vibrations into sounds that can be heard, pinpointed and measured.
In today's business environment, motor management and maintenance efforts are key to reducing manufacturing costs, increasing return on investments and improving reliability. The MRES Motor Testing Program uses motor current analysis to test the windings in electrical motors.
The MRES Oil Sampling service will assure members that their transformer oil samples will be taken accurately and on a consistent schedule in order to provide valuable insights on the condition of their equipment and to enhance operational effectiveness.
To schedule any of the services listed above, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, call 1-800-678-4042 or fill out the form below.