Enhance your performance with Smart Solutions™

Flowrox Smart SolutionsTM is a new way to combine your process and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)

Flowrox Smart Solutions™

Remote access allows you to manage, measure and analyse your processes out of control room with a computer or any handheld device. MalibuTM can predict failures before they occur, allowing you to manage unplanned shutdowns. Analytics tools and Flowrox expert services help optimize your processes and increase productivity. Smart SolutionsTM systems can be integrated to any existing process equipment and control systems.

With Smart SolutionsTM You Are Able to:

    • Identify problems causing downtime
    • Access online reporting tool
    • Get equipment condition and problem notifications
    • Use analytics tools for pre-failure detection

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IIoT Connecting Your Equipment

Did you know, you could easily upgrade your current pump or valve to Smart, to get the most out of it?

Smart SolutionsTM system is fully compatible with 3rd party equipment and is not meant to replace your current systems (eg. DCS, SCADA). It monitors process operations and provides analytics according to chosen indicators. Smart SolutionsTM system creates reports which include clear visual representation of data. Reports are customizable for different needs: production operators, maintenance experts, managers and other.

Flowrox pumps and valves are IoT ready, including:

  • Smart Valves
  • Smart Pumps
  • Smart Expulse™ Pulsation Dampener

Smart valves and pumps are next generation solutions delivering data and information in order to provide reliable and cost-efficient production. The real time information from site results in optimized production, maximized output and minimized unplanned shutdowns.

Flowrox Smart Solutions™ can be utilized for example in:
  • Conveyor systems
  • Industrial filtering systems
  • Grinding mills
  • Heating plants

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