In many commercial buildings, legacy equipment is running with only periodic checks and reactive fixes. Systems are often stressed beyond their original intended use. You can’t always afford to replace equipment and need to optimize what you have. Yet, a site management team can’t be everywhere at once. Remote monitoring takes the guesswork out of determining when parts must be replaced and when maintenance is needed. You can focus resources on areas of concern instead of conducting numerous routine checks.
Finding out too late that machinery is wearing out or overheating increases the likelihood of fires, accidents and injuries. A proactive approach reduces emergency repairs, which are typically more expensive than planned maintenance. Sensors can be placed on equipment to monitor heat signatures, establishing baseline performance and indicating when it is drifting beyond accepted norms. These trends, which are not visible to the naked eye, can trigger maintenance.
Remote monitoring takes the guesswork out of determining when parts must be replaced and when maintenance is needed. You can focus resources on areas of concern instead of conducting numerous routine checks. Based on sensor data, the use of central systems such as HVAC can be brought in line with occupancy and actual usage, which can lead to lower service charges. Building owners can save up to 15% in energy from the point of sensor installation
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