Aggreko launches industry’s first remote dryer dew point monitoring system

  • 18 Sep 2020

Aggreko, the world-leading provider of mobile, modular power, temperature control and energy services, has developed its new Dryer DewPoint Monitoring System for its Oil Free Air Compressor product line.

The system can remotely monitor a customer’s dryer dew point and operating status, cutting out the cost and time involved with sending site personnel to inspect the dryer and its performance.

The dew point, the temperature where water vapour condenses into liquid water, can be an issue for companies using oil free air to operate their equipment or process.

If the drying system is not monitored correctly, it can lead to moisture entering the machinery or product, causing damage and disruption to operations. 

Aggreko’s new development is a significant step forward for the industry, as it can offer real-time dryer performance, operation and alarm notifications without needing an engineer on the ground.

The 24/7 monitoring system allows customers to receive alerts and check their dryer is running optimally, as well as make any necessary adjustments that are required.

On average, the system can identify issues within five minutes, ensuring any changes can be made as speedily as possible. Catching these issues early allows customers to save operating costs as well as preventing an impact on their bottom line.

Kenny Delahoussaye, Head of Technical Services and Engineering, said: “The Dryer Dew Point Monitoring System is a unique offering from Aggreko and will significantly help customers monitor and operate their dryer’s dew point  levels, saving them time and money by making their operation more efficient.”

Fernando Arce-Larreta, Head of Oil Free Air, commented: “We’re already seeing the benefits of the system with it being in operation for several weeks and look forward to providing this service to more customers in the coming weeks and months.”

The remote monitoring element of the Dyer Dew Point builds on Aggreko’s existing remote operations, which are becoming increasingly important in light of COVID-19, due to the fact that limiting feet on ground is essential for the safety of customers and colleagues.

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