Steam trap monitoring is a critical solution for Hospitals and Healthcare Facilities
Support integral processes, reduce operating expenses, and minimize CO2 emissions.
One average leaking steam trap can cost between $2000 and $20,000 in lost energy per year. How many steam trap failures do you have?
In hospitals and healthcare facilities, steam traps are used in many ways, such as for heating buildings and sterilizing equipment. They are so essential to operations that many hospitals and healthcare facilities have maintenance crews physically check critical steam trap locations every 2 to 3 hours.
This manual method of steam trap monitoring is costly and prohibitive – and often results in a loss of hundred of thousands of dollars each year.
Delivering Insight and Efficiency
Install monitors easily on all steam traps – no matter the pipe size
Connect via a LoRaWAN network to collect temperature and sound readings remotely
Receive steam trap failure data in real time on a dashboard and mobile phones
Drive savings and reduce emissions with robust AI-based energy insights
The Pulse steam trap monitoring solution is implemented by many hospitals and healthcare facilities in North America
Energy Savings, Cost Savings, Time Savings, and More
“The amount of time
we used to spend
doing inspections was prohibitive. The steam system is an essential service.”
– Head of Maintenance, large medical clinic
Healthcare is responsible for 10% of all CO2 emissions in North America, which is why there is such a push from government organizations to reduce emissions in this sector. With tax incentives and rebate programs available, there are financial advantages to installing steam trap monitors beyond just saving on energy costs.
Installing Pulse steam trap monitors on any size of pipe takes mere seconds, and hospitals with hundreds or thousands of steam traps can complete implementation within days. With the Pulse monitoring system in place, your hospital or medical facility will be alerted immediately when an open or closed failure takes place – so you can correct the issue right away.
With no need to monitor the steam traps in person, your maintenance crews have time for other high-priority projects.
There is no bottom-line downside with the Pulse steam trap monitoring solution.