Insufficient understanding of one’s filtration system might result in shortened filter life, inadequate filtration, shortened filter life, and unnecessary costs on everything—from energy consumption to compliance breaches to halt in the production.
FREMONT, CA: IoT technology and artificial intelligence are extensively reshaping the industrial processes. By gathering information, applying analytics, and extracting insights, businesses can understand, examine, and maintain the quality and performance of their systems like never before. This is unquestionably the case with industrial filters too—below is how:
Lack of Understanding on One’s Filters
Insufficient understanding of one’s filtration system might result in shortened filter life, inadequate filtration, shortened filter life, and unnecessary costs on everything—from energy consumption to compliance breaches to halt in the production. As such, the filter system is not primarily used to its capacity, and customers may be ignorant of how it is performing and how it can be affected by changes in the production process.
Outfitting a high vacuum filter unit (HiVac filter) with a smart data gathering and filter performance monitoring system will provide useful data and enhanced knowledge of one’s filter system overall. Industry-specific sensors examine the conditions in the filter system, obtaining information that is uploaded to a storage cloud through an IoT gateway. The data is carefully stored in the cloud using comprehensive security features. The user can access it through a web-based dashboard interface on a tablet, smartphone, or computer called insight analytics, where it can easily be studied and interpreted.
Studies of industry approach toward industrial IoT, also called IIoT, have pointed out that remote monitoring is an especially welcome new feature. Being able to access the system on a tablet or phone, for instance, means that filters can be suitably checked and administered remotely. The case can prove to be just as helpful inside the factory as outside because filters might be challenging to access. In essence, remote monitoring can save a lot of time, resources, and money by offering constant access to the filter system data.