Eastway is a world-leading condition monitoring partner. We have been providing machine monitoring support and expertise to international, multi-site manufacturers for over twenty years. Eastway combines 24/7 remote monitoring and data analysis with deep domain knowledge to eliminate unplanned downtime and increase operational efficiency.
Founded in 2001, Eastway serves a client base of over 100 international clients across North America, Europe, and Asia. Our condition monitoring services are fully remote, secure and online.
Eastway’s Safeguard® system was developed by our technical team to provide complete reassurance and protection against machine failure. All data collected by our machine monitoring equipment is stored securely in the cloud. Automated alerts are generated to the client and to our around-the-clock team of condition monitoring specialists.
We monitor machines primarily using vibration analysis. This has proven to be one of the most effective methods of identifying machine faults. With vibration analysis, issues can be detected months in advance.
Condition Monitoring Industry Expertise
Eastway is the reliability partner of choice for multi-site manufacturers across a number of sectors including pharmaceuticals, food and beverage, and nutrition amongst others.
We work with a number of world-leading pharmaceutical companies, monitoring air handling units and other critical machinery.
Food and Beverage
Eastway has years of experience working with some of the biggest names in the food and drinks industry including Pepsico and Mondelēz.
Eastway has deep domain knowledge of critical machine monitoring and maintenance for the nutrition sector.
Whitepaper: Condition Monitoring In The Age Of Industry 4.0
In this whitepaper we take a closer look at the connection between Industry 4.0 and condition monitoring. We examine how condition monitoring has come to replace, or complement, traditional maintenance methods such as breakdown maintenance or time-based preventative maintenance. We also take a deep dive into the many advantages condition monitoring holds and why so many organisations are turning to it.