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Smart monitoring and management of control valves

By Mary Page Bailey and Gerald Ondrey |

The web-based Sam Valve Management system (photo) gives users an overview of all connected control valves fitted with smart positioners from this company in a clearly structured dashboard displaying all relevant operating and diagnostic parameters. Malfunctions can be detected instantly. The system also analyzes all data based on an extensive range of algorithms and suggests recommended action with illustrated step-by-step instructions. The data in Sam Valve Management can be synchronized by transferring data from commonly available process control systems or Trovis-View software. The extensive diagnostic functions provided by Sam Valve Management help increase the availability of control valves by predicting imminent valve failure and maintenance demands. It also helps optimize plant profitability. — Samson AG, Frankfurt am Main, Germany

www.samsongroup.com

 

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