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Old 02-21-2013, 01:46 PM   #7
Jake Raby
Engine Surgeon
Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: Cleveland GA USA
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Originally Posted by thomasotten View Post
That sounds great. From your experience is there an instantaneous type of failure that the guardian would not detect? I suppose that would be less likely.
Yes, we had a crankshaft break in half and the unit detected the failure after the engine stopped running... Not like anything can tell you when your crank is about to shear in half, since wear metals don't exist until it grenades.
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IMS Solution/ Faultless Tool Inventor
US Patent 8,992,089 &
US Patent 9,416,697
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