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Steam Trap

The Pulse IoT solution can reduce your energy costs by hundreds of thousands of dollars per year and minimize downtime

Avoid production downtime

Decrease CO2 emissions

Minimize wasted energy

Reduce equipment damage

Eliminate unnecessary costs

Receive failure alerts via email

How It Works

1. Easy-to-install steam trap monitors positioned on each steam trap

2 Receive data readings continuously through secure LoRaWAN network.

3. Users notified of trap failures  immediately through email alerts

4. SaaS network support and upgrades for low monthly fee.

LTE (Cellular)


Anchor Monitor

Detect both open and closed failures for peace of mind

Our steam trap monitors detect both open and closed failures on all steam trap types, so you can rest assured no failures go unnoticed. We offer industry-leading accuracy due to our dual sensors which use both acoustic and temperature readings. 

           Download the data sheet for more details

Anchor Alerts

Send email alerts directly to personnel 

Open failures lose steam and can cost $10,000-100,000 in lost energy, as well as affect system pressure and efficiency. 

Closed failures can halt heat production and can build pressure to dangerous levels inside system. Over time, the stagnant condensate will turn to carbonic acid (co3) and deteriorate all the metal it comes in contact with.

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Anchor Gateway
 Pulse Industrial Solution Gateway

Secure stand-alone data gateway

Support up to 100 wireless steam trap monitors per gateway 

LoRaWAN 915 MHz - 200 meters indoors, 2 km outdoors

Preconfigured to LTE/3G network directly to our cloud (no WiFi required)

Plug and play

Anchor Dashboard
Pulse Industrial Dashboard

Manage your steam trap monitor inventory from the dashboard

Customized steam trap monitor inventory management in one place

Use visualized data to confirm automated failure alerts

Review health and operating costs
of steam traps in real-time

Incorporates strenuous cloud
security protocols


Ready to save hundred of thousands of dollars a year on your steam system?

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