Reduce downtime and increase personnel safety with continuous monitoring for electrical assets

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Hitting productivity goals and ensuring workforce safety are two key objectives for oil and gas managers. Whether operations are up-, mid-, or downstream, or marine (LNG, FPSO), these challenges are shared across the energy sector.

To eliminate the risk of unexpected electrical equipment failures that would otherwise compromise personnel safety and interrupt production, oil and gas companies must utilize new and more efficient maintenance methods. The installation of sensors that monitor critical electrical assets 24/7 can provide valuable condition data and insights for equipment such as LV/MV switchgear, MCCs, UPS, PDUs, and dry transformers.

IIoT-driven technology leverages data from sensors that monitor equipment status to detect faults and identify anomalies

Increase production output by 25%, reduce maintenance costs by 30%, and equipment downtime by 45%

US Dept. of Energy Digitized Maintenance

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The benefits of condition monitoring include:
  • Prevent unexpected power outages
  • Continuous monitoring 24/7
  • Continuous monitoring 24/7
  • Maximize uptime, reliability and resilience
  • Digitally transform electrical infrastructure
  • Enhanced plant and personnel safety

Digitization strategies facilitate remote maintenance and are the key to minimizing unplanned downtime and improving worker safety. Utilizing IIoT solutions helps optimize maintenance schedules, drive efficiency, and lower operational costs.

See how 24/7 monitoring improves safety and uptime

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