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Technologies empowering efficiency


The Trino condition based monitoring system from REGULATEURS EUROPA is designed to continuously monitor the vibration signatures of rotating machinery. Trino targets applications where vibration analysis experts are not generally on hand to identify and diagnose the advance signs of impending trouble.

  • TRINO Condition Based Monitoring System
  • TrinoDETECT
  • TrinoALERT
  • TrinoREMOTE

TRINO Condition Based Monitoring System

Trino presents two-stage alarm information in a simple and clear format to local operators. This enables appropriate preventative action to be taken to avoid the often and very substantial consequential costs of an in-service unexpected machinery failure. Applications are gearboxes, alternators, turbochargers, discharge pumps and fans - marine and land based.

Trino Vibration Monitoring System illustration
  • Continuous and permanent vibration-based condition monitoring
  • Simple on-board system initiating two-stage alarms for multiple failure conditions
  • Automatically adapts to varying machinery speed
  • Automatic ship to shore transmission of alarm & performance data
  • Optional analysis & reporting service
  • Assists with critical asset management and CBM program integration
  • Industry 4.0 ready
  • Low maintenance
  • Maximises availability of assets
  • Optimises maintenance intervals
  • Helps to reduce overall costs


TR TRINO Condition Monitoring

The advanced design of the TrinoDETECT unit allows continuous collection and monitoring of vibration frequency data from a number of machinery sensors. Using frequency analysis, the signature contained within the sensor data is assessed to diagnose common machinery faults. Alarm frequencies & amplitude levels automatically track & adapt themselves to the operating speed of the machinery, helping to ensure that Trino reliably senses any deviation from normal. Tracking is particularly useful for the successful monitoring of turbochargers.



TrinoALERT is typically mounted in a machinery control room & provides a centralised presentation of pre- and main alarms from one or more TrinoDetect units. Each alarm entry clearly indicates the machine & sensor reference, date/time log & a short diagnosis as to the most likely cause of the fault.



Regular transmission of detailed alarm & performance data via internet connection/ship to shore communications is available for vibration specialists to advise on an appropriate course of action. Alternatively, monthly health status reports can be provided under contract by RE Ltd. using its TrinoREMOTE specialist service.