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To enhance operations, while simultaneously keeping those in the facilities safe, managers are increasingly leveraging IoT devices to remotely manage water, energy, and gas consumption.
Technology tools work to identify gas and water leakage before an event occurs.
The 2019 fall heating season campaign offers a free multi-year subscription (until December 31) to Bacharach’s B-Smart® pre-calibrated sensor exchange program, or a free combustible gas leak detector.
Rising costs and new environmental regulations call for facilities to enact proactive refrigerant management programs.
The MGS-250 is an infrared refrigerant gas detector with two new added gas options—R514A and R452B.
The restoration/waterproofing work is part of a multi-phase project to expand and renovate the underground museum, plus renovate the grounds surrounding the Arch.
The Chillgard VRF Refrigerant Leak Detector helps protect the respiratory safety of building and facility occupants.
The company’s latest patent was awarded for innovative mapping and nesting features that employ a distributed monitoring model in facility management systems.
These debut products and services are poised to help facility executives meet their goals in 2017 and beyond.
A environmental sensor-based system that provides monitoring and alerting services for the mechanical spaces of buildings.
The patented Flood Buzz™ warns of impending water leaks before they wreak havoc by sounding an alarm when it senses a water leak condition.
Focus on these five areas—the most frequent points of failure from a fluid intrusion perspective.
This leak detection system helps pinpoint water leaks in plumbing lines, even when concealed by concrete, asphalt, or tile.
The OPTIMAX 365 features an ultra-high intensity LED, which makes all leak detection dyes glow brightly.
Facility management staff can detect HVAC equipment problems sooner using automated tools. Here are five options to consider.