Hospitals can remotely monitor steam boilers systems

Our sensors are an effective way to remotely monitor hospital steam boilers. Steam is a crucial source for powering and heating important healthcare equipment and facilities. It is also used for the sterilisation of equipment. By remotely monitoring the boiler system, engineers' time can be utilised more efficiently. Furthermore, data on any device and available at any time means you will always know how your boiler is functioning. DCO Systems is already working with several NHS sites in the UK enabling them to affordably install our self powered sensing devices. As a result, these hospitals are receiving round the clock system alerts and notifications.

To find out how NHS sites are using our real time monitoring solutions to improve equipment performance and staff training READ MORE

What monitoring solutions do you need? We are happy to discuss how DCO Systems can implement or upgrade and extend your existing monitoring efforts. To get started with DCO’s affordable monitoring tools, go to our contact page or email us at

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DCO Sensors can result in Cost Savings

Cost savings

Yield a faster and higher ROI by eliminating installation and battery replacement costs.

DCO systems offers whole system monitoring to fill in coverage gaps and reveal hidden problems

Whole system insight

Pinpoint root causes and understand the knock-on-effect between equipment within your system.

DCO equipment sensors are energy harvesting and can be implemented anywhere

Energy harvesting

Experience the vast benefits of self-powered sensors and maintenance-free, always-on operation.

DCO sensors transmit data to personal devices

Data on any device

Monitor your equipment and machines from any where, at any time and on any device.

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Case study: 'Monitoring inaccessible steam infrastructures' details a major urban UK hospital site with an extensive steam network that is heavily used and sometimes inaccessible with steam passing through kilometres of underground pipework. Monitoring and maintaining that infrastructure is vital to the efficient and safe operation of a hospital on which patients rely, but access for manual measurement is hazardous and time-consuming. READ MORE

DCO work with NHS sites to monitoring aging boilers and infrastructure

Case study: 'NHS energy efficiency improvements' describes hospitals that rely on a sound infrastructure to deliver critical services. Given the high demand for heating and hot water, maximising equipment performance is vital. With the UK Government’s target of a 34% carbon reduction across hospitals by 2020 a key consideration, the NHS and their partners seek new ways to improve their steam boiler equipment. This is where we were able to help. READ MORE

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