Posts Tagged ‘pump monitoring’

Driving Improved Pump Performance

Posted in Asset Management, Downstream Hydrocarbons on Friday, February 7th, 2020. No comments yet
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Pumps do the heavy lifting of moving liquids through the production process. They consume more energy more than most types of plant assets and are subject to quite a bit of wear and tear. Online continuous monitoring enables operational performance improvements in terms of both reliability and energy consumption. A whitepaper, 3 Innovative Ways to […]

Remote Pump Monitoring

Posted in Asset Management, Industrial IoT on Tuesday, August 22nd, 2017. No comments yet
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In an article, Remote Monitoring of Pumps with WirelessHART Transmitters, Emerson’s Tom Bass describes how additional wireless measurements on pumps can improve reliability and overall efficiency.

Wireless Continuous Pump Monitoring

Posted in Asset Management on Thursday, October 6th, 2016. One comment so far
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Many of the pumps in process manufacturing and production processes are essential and their failure results in reduced or lost production and increased maintenance costs. In an Upstream Pumping article, Wireless Monitoring Reduces Pump Failures & Maintenance Costs, Emerson’s Brian Atkinson describes way to make use of technology to avoid these failures. He opens citing […]

Improving Pump Continuous Monitoring

Posted in Asset Management, Pressure on Friday, September 23rd, 2016. One comment so far
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Unless you are lucky enough to have a process that flows downhill, you likely have pumps moving liquids through the process. And if these liquids come in large volumes such as hydrocarbon movement and storage facilities, these pumps can be very large and dangerous should failures occur. In a World Pipelines article, Flow management starts […]

Ways to Improve Pump Reliability

Posted in Asset Management, Pressure on Tuesday, June 2nd, 2015. No comments yet
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A U.S. Department of Energy study on pump life cycle costs notes that maintenance and energy costs make up the vast majority of lifecycle costs. Pumps that are critical to the operation of the process typically are installed with online condition-based monitoring (CBM) systems to help prevent failures and provide early warning to allow repairs […]