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This steam-trap monitor has ISA100 Wireless certification

By Chemical Engineering |

BithermThis company’s SWWRF40 wireless steam-trap monitor has successfully achieved ISA100 Wireless certification from the International Society of Automation (ISA). The device monitors gas and steam leaks, temperature, pressure and other relevant information related to valves and the steam system. The SWWRF40 wirelessly transmits temperature, pressure and ultrasound data, which is analyzed to determine the status of steam valves. It also enables fast response to undesirable events, such as steam leaks. The instrument’s ISA100 Wireless compliance assures robust, secure and reliable transmission of critical asset-condition information. — Bitherm S.L., Madrid, Spain

www.bitherm-sistemas.com

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