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Fast, simple and accurate on-the-go steam-trap testing

By Chemical Engineering |

Armstrong International

The SAGE UMT (photo) is a wireless, hand-held steam-trap-testing solution that enables accurate, on-the-go testing of steam-trap performance. SAGE UMT leverages radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology to quickly locate and identify steam traps. Its piezoelectric acoustic and non-contact infrared (IR) temperature sensor delivers accurate and precise detection to identify steam traps that are performing in good, cold, blow-through and leaking conditions. SAGE UMT integrates with the company’s SAGE Smart Thermal Utility System Management platform and syncs wirelessly via Bluetooth to the SAGE Mobile app to deliver realtime diagnostics and eliminate manual data entry associated with offline steam-trap survey data collection. Data can be instantly uploaded to the cloud by SAGE for secure storage and on-going steam-trap analysis to support system-wide utility management. — Armstrong International, Three Rivers, Mich.

www.armstronginternational.com

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