Does your business depend on the reliability of equipment such as refrigerators, freezers, backup generators, switch gear, uninterruptible power supplies (UPS), or other special production equipment? If one of these fails, can you afford the downtime and associated losses? Critical Systems Monitoring alerts you in the event of a problem and responding quickly to remedy it.
Sensor alarms. You may already be familiar with water and temperature sensor alarms that are used to monitor the plumbing and heating in a home. Our crews install many of these in both homes and businesses. In commercial and industrial applications, however, mechanical sensor alarms and the monitoring systems associated with them may be more complex.
Temperature sensors detect a decrease in air temperature, preventing frozen pipes. Water sensors detect increased moisture that could indicate potential flooding. These sensors send alerts via email or text message to your key personnel so that you can respond and prevent expensive disasters.
We take it a step further by monitoring critical equipment and processes. At Pro Technologies, we can set up monitoring devices on critical systems that detect fluctuations not only in moisture and temperature, but also motion or pressure. Here are some examples of critical systems monitoring devices we have installed for our clients:
Evergreen Harvard Group Property Management. New Hampshire’s premier property management company utilizes Pro Technologies to provide critical monitoring of pump station operations in several of their properties. This ensures notification of emergency response services in the event that a critical system failure occurs.
Global Technical Talent Inc. is a global staffing agency that relied on Pro Technologies to design and implement a system to monitor the temperature of the server room that houses their critical systems infrastructure. This system ensures immediate notification to the proper parties so that they can address any potentially damaging temperature increases prior to systems shutting down.
Pike Industries. This major aggregate supplier provides 24-hour asphalt for road construction. If the asphalt cools in the storage silos, there would be massive product loss and damage to equipment and the facility. Pike hired Pro Technologies to install temperature-monitoring devices in the asphalt silos to maintain the asphalt temperature. Because of Pike’s 24-hour operation, Pro Technologies managed to install the temperature sensors while the plant remained running.
A monitoring solution customized for you. Whether it’s property or production protection you need, mechanical sensors are a smart investment to prevent loss. Do you have a critical system that must continue running? Call us for a creative monitoring solution, so you can have peace-of-mind in knowing you are protected.