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Increase Plant and Operator Safety by Monitoring Equipment Health

To keep operations running smoothly, plant operators safe and unplanned downtime minimal, monitoring the health of equipment is critical. When equipment fails it typically results in loss of production, loss of products, and ultimately loss of profits….Now there is a safer, more efficient and reliable method to monitor equipment health and protect assets, a Fiber Optic Sensing System….capability to monitor conveyor health, pipeline leak detection, monitor ground disturbances, identify manual and machine excavation, vehicle movement, hot tapping both above and underground, perimeter security monitoring and power cable monitoring….the Fiber Optic Sensing System is distributed alongside the equipment, thereby the entire cable is able to sense disturbances to the application…installed on anything from explosive storage areas to farms and ranches.
Increase Plant and Operator Safety by Monitoring Equipment Health
Hawk Measurement New September 23, 2020
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