Leveraging Actionable Insights for Better Decision-Making
THOMASVILLE, Ga. (January 1, 2024) – Troubleshooting boiler issues is primarily reactive, driven by sensors, sounds, and alarms; but the Internet of Things (IoT) is changing that. The IoT enables immediate access to real-time, operational data. It works by collecting data, sharing it through the cloud, and integrating it with software to analyze and transmit via an app or website. Boiler IoT enables facilities to optimize operations, predict potential issues before they escalate, and reduce downtime and maintenance costs. An operator can remotely monitor plant combustion, feedwater temperatures, stack temperatures, makeup water rate, and almost any other parameter imaginable. This facilitates quick decision-making in response to changes delivered via alerts or notifications.
Identify Patterns and Anomalies
Gone are the days of a technician sitting in front of a boiler for hours waiting for an event to repeat itself, hoping to be able to understand what happened. Now, an operator can simply review past performance and identify exactly when and what was occurring in the boiler room to cause the event.
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