W.E.T. Remote Monitoring

Corrosion, Component Deterioration, and Loss of Heat Transfer

Tracking efficiency and aggregating data in building and facility heating and cooling systems helps Maintenance Managers and Environmental Managers anticipate problems, control costs, regulate usage and monitor emissions.

Alerted to Serious Issues

A large Canadian industrial operation was being monitored by the Pace W.E.T. System 24/7 remote monitoring service.  This service sent 4 email alarms to the Pace Technician in the middle of the night who lived 150 kms away from the site.  It was indicating there were acidic water conditions in the steam boiler condensate sources.  This was shortly followed by a low pH alarm in the steam boiler deaerator.

Jumping Into Action

Facing indicators that could lead to significant damage and downtime, Pace experts checked the online logs and confirmed the low pH results. They immediately informed the Chief Engineer at the operation.  This was followed with downloaded graph results that were then forwarded to the Chief Engineer.

Peace of Mind

The Pace W.E.T. System provided Pace technicians with the information they needed to remediate the problem well before the operation maintenance staff were aware of the situation.  The remote monitoring service not only resolved this issue immediately but also prevented catastrophic damage to the steam boiler system.

A Second Set of Eyes on Your Systems

The Pace W.E.T. System (Water & Energy Tracking) provides real-time data of performance and set points in your heating and/or cooling water system(s). You can create optional alerts that enable you to make immediate and proactive adjustments to your system to avoid the downtime and damage associated with serious leakage and operation issues.

Data reveals times, dates or blocks of time when setpoints are maximized in order to track efficiency and adjust to usage needs. This data also allows you to plan routine maintenance, budget and anticipate higher demands on systems.

Monitored systems Include:

Causes of Damage and Inefficiency

Heating and cooling water systems have the potential for abnormal operating conditions that could result in water damage and downtime. These include:

Common Alerts

Operators can receive timely updates from the Pace W.E.T. System based upon a set of criteria. Variable reports include:

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    1597 Derwent Way, Delta, BC Canada V3M 6K8

    (604) 520-6211 (800) 799-6211 (604) 521-5927

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