State College, PA — KCF Technologies, a pioneering force in the field of machine health optimization, proudly announces the acquisition of its 23rd patent, reinforcing its position as an industry leader in innovative solutions for machine health monitoring. This newest patent titled, “Machine-Triggered Health Data Collections with Automatically Set Delay,” defines an innovative way to measure the health of complex equipment using KCF’s IoT HUB.
Drilling is tough – drilling into machine health, on the most vulnerable components of a drilling rig, shouldn’t be. Top drives and mud pumps are two of the most critical components on a drilling rig and can benefit most from continuous monitoring and predictive maintenance. The top drive motor and gearbox allows for more precise control of the drilling process, helping to increase on bottom drilling time and reduce downtime. For upstream drilling operations, having a continuous monitoring system is critical.
Calfrac Well Services (Calfrac), one of the largest hydraulic fracturing companies based on horsepower (~1.3 million horsepower) is using KCF Technologies Machine Health Platform to reduce downtime and increase productivity.
Keystone Clearwater Solutions and KCF Technologies, a leading provider of machine health optimization platforms, today announced KCF will be the machine health platform provider for the systemwide optimization of Keystone Clearwater’s critical machine assets. KCF Technologies will connect all of Keystone Clearwater’s critical pumps and motors to their machine health platform using wired and wireless vibration sensors.
International technology group ANDRITZ and KCF Technologies, a leading provider of machine health solutions, announced their global collaboration today. The partnership offers ANDRITZ’s customers a differentiated and comprehensive solution to their most complex manufacturing challenges.