Proactive Management of Process Safety Systems Saves Lives, Time, and Money
Continuously monitoring process safety systems during the life of a facility is key to a company’s success and safety.
The Impact of Power Management on Building Performance and Energy Costs
Power quality and energy consumption are closely linked to overall building performance. Yet building managers often focus more on mechanical equipment operations. However, power problems are responsible for more than half of equipment downtime in most buildings. This paper reviews how adding power management to BMS capabilities can reduce energy costs and improve building performance while also enhancing occupant comfort.
Switchgear Survival Guide: Ten Tips to Optimize Switchgear and Enhance Reliability
Switchgear often fails because it has degraded into unsatisfactory condition prematurely. Performing proper maintenance can reduce the risk of unplanned downtime and extend the useful life of electrical equipment. This paper presents 10 practical tips to optimize the performance and therefore enhance the reliability of electrical switchgear equipment.
Improving Plant Productivity with Automation Asset Performance Management (APM)
Plant automation assets are not only fundamental building blocks of any industrial plant but also represent significant capital and operations and maintenance (O&M) expenses. Plant productivity can be dramatically improved by implementing solutions which provide actionable early insight into abnormal asset conditions so that maintenance teams can make more informed decisions and act on them efficiently from anywhere.