Whole system monitoring

Whole system monitoring solutions work alongside your existing equipment

Our affordable sensing devices enable you to install our solution across your entire plant.  This provides a complete perspective of the functionality of your system. Our equipment sensors and whole system monitoring solutions work alongside your existing equipment regardless of its age, size or complexity.

DCO's Truly wireless sensors can be implemented on steam traps or steam boiler systems
DCO's Truly wireless sensors can be implemented on steam traps or steam boiler systems
DCO senors can transit data to any device and provide dashboard analytics
DCO sensors transmit data to personal devices and provide dashboard analytics

As a result, our solutions not only locate faulty equipment, but also determine the knock on effect a fault can cause to your entire system. This paves the way for preventative maintenance and a longer, more sustainable equipment lifetime.

1. Cost effective

Our innovative sensors are a low cost investment. We can install more sensors for your money and give you more complete information.

2. Energy savings

Optimise the use of leading energy efficiency systems that offer fuel savings up to 30%, capturing up to 80% of wasted energy, recycling it backinto your processes.

3. Leak detection

Our sensors monitor your entire steam system making it possible to pinpoint exactly where a leak has occurred.

DCO sensors can monitor your steam boiler transmit data to desktops and personal devices
DCO sensors use the whole system monitoring approach to help oversee functionality

7. Whole system monitoring

4. Truly wireless

Our sensors communicate secure, real-time valuable data that is easy to read and understand from any PC or hand-held device.

5. Valuable information

Our sensors communicate secure, real-time valuable data that is easy to read and understand from any PC or hand-held device.

6. Cause and effect

By monitoring the whole system, our sensors can determine the root of the problem and the affects it has on the entire process.

7. Whole system monitoring

In addition to monitoring individual pieces of equipment, our sensors collectively monitor the system as a whole, providing valuable insight into its overall functionality.

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