AIM® 5700 Series Steam Trap Monitoring

AIM® 5700 Series Steam Trap Monitoring

Armstrong Intelligent Monitoring 5700 series is a wireless monitoring technology that efficiently monitors and evaluates steam trap operation. The AIM® 5700 series identifies the conditions of a steam trap to determine significant problems that could put your operation at risk. The AIM® 5700 series can accurately detect potential issues such as plugged and blow-thru steam traps, which can result in a range of issues from failed equipment to loss of product to safety concerns.  Immediate failure notification from the AIM® 5700 series helps identify the root cause while you minimize production losses and reduce energy consumption.  Using non-intrusive technology combined with WirelessHART, the AIM® 5700 series is the ideal solution for any temporary or permanent 24/7 steam trap monitoring.

 

 

 

  • No steam trap set-up (operating pressure, trap details, rate…).
  • No integration to external software necessary.
  • Transmitted Information to gateway:
    • Primary Variable (PV)    →    Steam Trap Condition: 1=OK, 2=COLD, 3=BLOW-THRU
    • Secondary Variable (SV)        →    Current Temperature (°C or °F)
    • Tertiary Variable (TV)    →    Temperature Setting (°C or °F)
    • Quaternary Variable (QV)    →    Estimated Battery Life (Days)
  • Acoustic range specifically calibrated for steam traps.
  • Patented waveguide for proper acoustic filtration and vibration resistance.
  • Non-intrusive installation, clamped directly on the pipe ahead of the steam trap.
  • Waveguide hardware allows multiple transmitter installation orientations.
  • 24/7 monitoring of the steam trap population.
  • AIM® devices scattered on the steam system will strengthen the wireless network.        

SAGE® keeps you fully informed, 24 hours a day by providing regular updates, precise documentation, custom-filtered reports, and real-time alerts to notify you immediately of any problems that arise.

SAGE® calculates steam loss data and reports it using our proprietary steam system efficiency methodology approved by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).