Reduce Production Downtime...

...And Detect Steam Leaks Instantly With Continuous Steam Trap Monitoring

Steam Trap Monitors

When steam traps fail closed, water hammers and freeze events can occur, which leads to dangerous consequences and cause production downtime. According to the US Department of Energy, steam traps have a 20% average annual failure rate. With our remote monitoring service, operators can now find and fix steam trap failures immediately.

 

Our solution is long-lasting, cost-effective, and easy to set up for a facility of any size.

The Problem With Managing Steam Traps

At Pulse Industrial, we help reduce steam & energy loss in your facility. Steam traps failures are abundant and difficult to detect. If left unchecked, they can become a large expense.

Save Fuel and

Operating Expenses

Steam trap failures lead to heavy steam leaks, which often account for over 5% of a plants fuel and water treatment costs.

Reduce Downtime

When steam traps fail closed, water hammers and freeze events can occur, which lead to dangerous consequences.

Improve Reliability

Failures can be difficult to detect manually, even with trained staff and the right equipment.

Reduce Emissions

A more efficient steam system leads 
to a reduced carbon footprint to meet your CO2 budget.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do Pulse monitors detect failures in steam traps?


Pulse monitors use ultrasound, vibration and temperature to detect failures in steam traps. Once a failure is found, the maintenance team is sent an immediate alert on their phone to replace the faulty steam trap. Learn more: pulseindustrial.ca/solution




How do you install Pulse monitors?


Pulse monitors clamp on in a couple minutes on-to the condensate side of any steam trap and are designed to fit pipes of all sizes.




Does Pulse require any on-site connections?


No. Pulse monitors communicate data to a central gateway using LoRa (Long Range). LoRa is a wide area radio frequency that is known for it’s ability to send data long distances and through thick obstructions with a range of 200 meters indoors and 2 km outdoors. The gateway plugs into a 120V outlet and uses LTE to communicate with our cloud. Once the data is processed on the cloud, it is displayed on the provided dashboard and alerts are sent out if a failure is detected. The Pulse monitoring system is very plug and play, requires no on-site connections, and does not need any extra configurations on the customer's end.




Can Pulse monitoring data be integrated locally?


If required, data can be integrated into your company's internal asset management software using ethernet. Additionally, we can also send data to your cloud from our AWS server.





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