What is the future for connected compressors?

Published:  14 September, 2016

Anyone who has ever been stranded at the roadside with a stationary car would
have to reluctantly acknowledge that a proactive maintenance plan is always better
than a reactive remedy. However, finding the time and resources for regular
servicing and health checks is not always simple. For production managers in an
industrial environment, the dilemma is particularly acute, since the consequences of
critical machinery failure not only include the time and cost associated with repairs
but the grave prospect of production downtime.

By Stef Lievens, Business Line Manager for Compressor Technique Service
Operations at Atlas Copco Compressors UK

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