Auburn Systems is a major producer of air-quality equipment, all available in Canada from Firing Industries. One way that Auburn can help to improve production and safety in a manufacturing plant is with a particle detection and measurement ecosystem. The ideal system is made up of five elements: triboelectric instruments, reporting and data management, air-permit planning, systems engineering, and predictive monitoring.
Putting all the pieces together
Assembling the perfect Auburn particle detection and measurement ecosystem involves putting several different pieces together to get hassle-free operation. Putting the system together necessitates consideration of the following five components:
- Triboelectric instruments. The instruments make up just one part of the ecosystem, but they are the core of it. They spur on the project goal to monitor particles constantly, for their absence, presence, and velocity. Auburn produces a wide variety of triboelectric instruments for different applications.
- Reporting and data management. Data collection and reporting are burdensome, but necessary. Plants can connect networked devices to software that centralizes monitoring and alerts, as well as collecting and storing information, and reports are available with the simple push of a button.
- Air-permit planning. Auburn helps businesses prepare for permit renewals by upgrading their technology and capabilities. It is wise to compare current technology to other options to see whether operational, maintenance and reporting savings would justify upgrading the permit.
- Systems engineering. It is common to leverage the benefits of extensive networked instruments combined with software for controls, data management, and reporting. Engineers can help a company to determine the right degree of instrumentation, which enable it to locate leaks quickly and lower maintenance costs substantially.
- Predictive monitoring. Predictive monitoring adds huge value to system. Plants save a lot of hassle when they know in advance about leaks or about bags nearing the end of their usable lives, as well as the costs. Auburn triboelectric devices make this possible with their sensitivity and reliability.
With Firing Industries’ assistance, a plant can assemble the best particle detection and measurement ecosystem possible.
To learn more, contact Firing Industries’ application-sales engineers at firstname.lastname@example.org or (877) 688-0974.