Equally as important as selecting the correct filtering setup is the selection of the correct sampling rate. Sampling rate is the rate at which the software will sample the output from the measurement instrument, such as a transducer.
If the sampling rate is too low then the shape of the signal being measured may be missed entirely, if the the rate is not high enough then the shape of the signal may be miss-interpreted leading to completely incorrect conclusions.
If the sampling rate is high enough then the shape of the signal being measured will be correctly tracked.
In the same way that the software must sample the signal with sufficient frequency, the measurement instrument itself must be able to respond to changes at a sufficient, or appropriate rate. Flo-Dyne will always match the response rate of the instrument to the requirements of the signal to be measured.
After processing the results we will produce a written report highlighting the main findings and pointing out any areas of concern, such as high vibration on your piping, machine or structure. Where we think that specific devices, or equipment may help, or are needed, we will make recommendations as to what action you might take.
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