Steam Trap Monitoring in Real Time

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allows significant energy cost savings

Steam Trap Monitoring in Real Time
Steam Trap Monitoring in Real Time

The Rosemount 708 Wireless Acoustic Transmitter provides acoustic event detection including leaks in steam traps and pressure relief valves. The transmitter communicates acoustic level and temperature as well as device and event status via the WirelessHART network for integration into host systems, data historians or energy management software. Knowing the status of every steam trap enables savings of up 20% of steam loss and 3 million Euro a year in lost energy.

With the Rosemount 708 Wireless Acoustic Transmitter, the user will have instant visibility to all critical steam traps through a non-intrusive, WirelessHART monitoring system. Backed by Emerson's proven experience in Smart Wireless field instrumentation, the Rosemount 708 will enable you to effectively and easily capture significant energy cost savings without running all over the plant.

Posted on April 16, 2012 - (31456 views)
Emerson Process Management - Rosemount Division
Rosemount Division 158 Edinburgh Avenue
SL1 4UE Slough - United Kingdom
+44-(0)1753 756600
+44-(0)1753 787109
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Steam Trap Monitoring in Real Time

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