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Pressure transmitter added to smart wireless solutions range

21 May 2013

Emerson Process Management has recently incorporated its Smart Wireless technology into the Rosemount 3051 pressure transmitter.

The Rosemount 3051 wireless pressure transmitter offering delivers a full suite of solutions for pressure, level and flow, offering a new option for monitoring additional assets, reducing energy costs and increasing process efficiency while providing a safer environment for its employees.

Equipment failure is the cause of nearly half of an operation’s downtime, yet many assets go unmonitored due to cost constraints. With the Rosemount 3051 Wireless pressure transmitter, users are able to monitor assets throughout an operation with a 40-60% cost saving over wired installations.

Significant costs can arise when unmonitored variations occur, causing quality to degrade and throughput to decrease. Increasing the number of measurements will provide better insight into the process and help reduce variation, but the time and cost to add new measurements can be a barrier. With Rosemount 3051 Wireless devices, additional measurement points can be added quickly and economically, providing the measurements needed to reduce variability and maximise throughput.

The pressure transmitter enables monitors to measure flow and pressure in compressed air, steam and water systems to benchmark energy usage, identify energy savings opportunities throughout an operation, and provide energy management and accurate internal billing.

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