Products and services

Early fault detection and evaluated data for condition-based maintenance is our core business. At SPM, we cover every aspect of condition monitoring, from handheld data loggers and permanently installed warning units to large-scale online monitoring systems controlled through our proprietary diagnostic and analysis software.

Condition monitoring – what we offer

  • Portable instrumentation
  • Continuous monitoring
  • Software
  • Condition monitoring in explosive environments
  • Machine alignment
  • Transducers and transmitters
  • Training with SPM Academy
  • SPM product registration 

Condition monitoring offers many benefits. Providing a clear picture of asset health, it is an efficient aid in analyzing and determining the root cause of machine problems.

Benefits of condition monitoring 

  • Early warning of potential problems
  • Reduces unplanned downtime
  • Improves equipment reliability
  • Lower maintenance costs
  • Maximized asset life

Contact us for more information about our products and services.

Portable instrumentation

Our range of handheld instrumentation includes equipment for shock pulse measurement, vibration severity measurement, and vibration spectrum analysis.

Continuous monitoring

A permanently installed continuous condition monitoring solution is ideal for the surveillance of individual machines.


Intelligent software to match your SPM condition monitoring system – from convenient app solutions to advanced analysis software.

Products for Ex environment

Our high-performance portable and online equipment are also available for potentially explosive environments.

Machine alignment

Accurate shaft alignment is vital for machines to run at their most efficient. The LineLazer shaft alignment solution is fast and easy to operate.

Transducers and transmitters

Selecting the right transducer for your application is vital to measurement accuracy. We offer a wide range of high-quality transducers and transmitters.

Training with SPM Academy

SPM Academy trains executives, supervisors, production personnel, and maintenance engineers involved in mechanical condition monitoring.