Sulzer takes its expertise in pumping solutions to the next level by introducing the Sulzer Sense wireless IoT condition monitoring system. Sulzer’s experience in demanding industrial processes ensures that the Sense monitoring device is built for real-life needs and conditions, benefiting customers.
The solution includes wireless sensors that are attached to a pump, agitator, motor or any rotating equipment. The sensors measure temperature and vibration and send the data to the cloud. This means that the operating status of the equipment can be remotely monitored 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The devices are battery powered and they operate in a wireless mesh network, making them easy and cost-efficient to deploy and operate.
The condition monitoring feature identifies changes in condition parameters and indicates potential faults at an early stage. The new Sulzer Sense monitoring device will detect possible imbalance, misalignment, looseness and bearing wear. This supports predictive maintenance and helps to avoid sudden pump failure and eventual downtime.
The Sense data is sent to the cloud and can be monitored in Sulzer’s online service on a mobile, tablet, laptop, etc. anywhere and anytime. The customer can set an alert value and will automatically be alarmed if this value is exceeded. No manual measurement is required.
The cloud-based platform is easy to use and offers various value-adding services. The customers have secure access to the latest equipment data and related services, including documentation and condition monitoring values.
With Sulzer Sense, the company launches its next digital innovation. Sulzer continues to develop further predictive maintenance algorithms, machine learning and smart asset management functionalities to maximise the added value for the customers.
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