Remote Control Systems
Nowadays, microprocessor remote control systems are an essential tool for the managing of water treatment plants.
There are many benefits to be had from the use of remote control systems, due mainly to the capability for receiving and sending data to and from remote positions in real time.
This allows the simultaneous management of several plants, with rapid intervention in response to malfunctions only, reducing the costs arising from scheduled servicing and inspections.
What's more, the uniform distribution of the workload across the various machines installed optimises wear of rotary components, reducing expenditures on parts and labour.
The saving of the key data for the pumps installed in a log file allows constant monitoring of their operating parameters and scheduling of servicing work to prevent inconvenient plant stoppages.
The use of “intelligent” systems also generates an improvement in safety standards. The processing of alarms linked to operating parameters provides notification and allows immediate intervention in case of malfunctions such as, for example, surpassing of level thresholds, dry running and the accidental entry of water into the mechanical seal oil sump before these events can constitute a threat to normal operation of the plant. There is also a specific input for a tamper alarm, preventing unauthorised modification of the set parameters, ensuring completely safe operation.