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Practical Considerations for Quantitative Gas Analysis with Quadrupole Mass Spectrometers

Practical Considerations for Quantitative Gas Analysis

Many factors must be considered when comparing the overall suitability of different quadrupole-based gas analyzers for any given application and the list can sometimes appear daunting and confusing. This can be due to inconsistencies in the way that different manufacturers choose to define specifications or, in some cases, omit them altogether.

These factors can be categorized into two main areas: (i) inlet interface suitability and (ii) quadrupole mass analyzer suitability. This article aims to remove some of this confusion and define and present those practical specifications which are critical for repeatable and reliable quantitative gas analysis.

The suitability of the inlet and interface determines how well the gas analyzer can capture, condition or transfer the gas sample without altering it and for it to be measured on an appropriate timescale, which could be milliseconds or hours. The inlet and interface can include both the upstream transfer elements and the downstream pumping and gas handling elements.

Quadrupole Mass Spectrometer
Assuming the inlet and interface are properly designed and equal between systems, then the quadrupole mass spectrometer is the critical element determining the overall precision, stability, and detection limits of the gas analyzer. The quadrupole mass spectrometer includes the ionization method, the transmission characteristics, and the quality of the driving electronics.

Precision, stability, and detection limit are often mis-represented in commercial literature. This misrepresentation can be addressed and clarified by directly comparing two different classes of quadrupole analyzers: a 6mm rod diameter, RGA type instrument, typical of many currently on the market, and a higher performance 19mm rod diameter instrument, used in more demanding research and industrial applications. These two systems are compared with nominally identical inlet/transfer conditions, so that only the mass spectrometer performance is under consideration. This presents a direct comparison of the practical range of precision, stability and detection limit in each case so potential users of this powerful analytical technique may be better equipped to make meaningful comparisons between different suppliers.

The MAX300-CAT is typical of the high-end RGA based gas analyzers, based upon 6mm quadrupole rod technology, whereas the MAX300-LG is a higher performing analyzer based on 19mm quadrupole rod technology and more sophisticated electronics.

Detection Limit Comparison
The specified figure of detection limit can be very misleading. Often it will be a calculated figure, or it may reflect data that has been averaged and smoothed for long periods of time to give a best possible case which is often not achievable in practical situations. Nonetheless, the ultimate detection limit is a good starting point to begin to define the practical capabilities of the analyzer.

Speed of Analysis
Analysis speed is a key factor in quantitative gas analysis. Applications such as catalysis, reaction monitoring or kinetics, and evolved gas monitoring all require faster capture of process changes than QA/QC applications, while a breath measurement application needs to report quantitative differences on the millisecond scale. Note that this refers to the ability of the analyzer to measure, with the desired level of accuracy, raw signals and then analyze these in a given timeframe, taking into account spectral interferences, in order to output the result of a single analysis. The rate at which an analyzer scans directly influences this data quality. Slower scanning or more averaging yields more repeatable results and lower detection limits.

Analysis Precision
Analysis precision (or short-term repeatability) represents the standard deviation of analysis results over short time periods. Repeatability can be improved by slowing analysis scan speed or averaging more scans.

Analysis Stability
Analysis stability is a representation of drift or fluctuations over long-term data collection. It is a critical factor which influences longer analyses such as process control, slow heating TGA and thermal analysis, and air monitoring, but also impacts general instrument operation. Stability allows for accurate results over time, less calibration frequency, and confidence in the day-to-day repeatability of the analyzer.

Dynamic Range
Large dynamic measurement range is an essential requirement of quantitative gas analysis and becomes especially apparent in applications such as solvent drying, where species must be monitored from high to low concentrations with accuracy and repeatability.

The MAX300-CAT, a high-end RGA based gas analyzer using 6mm quadrupole rod technology, can demonstrate low detection limits of approximately 5 ppb, using slow scan speeds. The scan speed on this instrument can be increased to a typical quantitative analysis rate of 2 seconds per component, resulting in an increase of detection limits to 0.5 ppm. The MAX300-CAT has a maximum speed of approximately 2
seconds per component in quantitative scans. While this changes the instrument precision, the stability remains constant. The dynamic range of the MAX300-CAT allows for an analysis range from 1×10-6 to 5×10-13 Torr (100% to 0.5 ppm), when scanning at a rate of 2 seconds per analysis component.

The MAX300-LG, a higher performing analyzer based on 19mm quadrupole rod technology and more sophisticated electronics, displays extremely low detection limits of <1 ppb, using slow scan speeds. The scan speed on this instrument can be increased to a typical quantitative analysis rate of 400 milliseconds per component, resulting in a moderate increase of detection limits to <10 ppb. The MAX300-LG has a maximum speed of 5 milliseconds per component in quantitative scans. This instrument has incomparable precision and stability, a result of the large quadrupole and high-performance electronics combination. The MAX300-LG demonstrates a very large dynamic range from the dual detector setup, allowing an analysis range of 1×10-6 to <1×10-14 Torr (100% to <10ppb), while scanning at a rate of 400 milliseconds per component.

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Fenceline, Air & Flare Gas Monitoring

FENCELINE, AIR & FLARE GAS MONITORING

Environmental Applications for Real-Time Mass Spectrometer Gas Analyzers

By Chuck Decarlo, Business Development & Marketing Manager

See how the recent updates to 40 CFR 60 and 63 have increased EPA regulation of flare gas and fenceline monitoring requirements is prompting the need to adopt real-time gas analysis solutions at many sites, ranging from oil refineries to downstream hydrocarbon manufacturing.

Industrial mass spectrometers provide fast, continuous updates of the necessary compliance parameters as well as additional information for overall process safety and control. This presentation showed many examples and data from fenceline, flare gas, fuel gas and air monitoring environmental applications using a real-time, mass spectrometer gas analyzer.

Mass spectrometry is an analytical technique that utilizes the molecular mass of substances for identification and quantitation. Gas and vapors are ionized inside a vacuum chamber. The ions are then filtered using electric fields generated by the quadrupole. Ions of a particular mass are selected to go to the detector. The composition of the gas sample is calculated from measured ion current and reported to the user in real-time.

By its very nature, a mass spectrometer is a generalist: there is no class of molecules that is unable to analyze and it’s fast.   Also, if you have to measure 80 or 100 sample points spread throughout your facility that would mean many dedicated analyzers, and all of the required maintenance.  A mass spec can do it all.

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Monitoring Gasification with a Mass Spec Gas Analyzer

Monitoring Gasification with a Mass Spec Gas Analyzer

Research in the field of biomass gasification is increasingly important as industry continues to find new uses for syngas. At the Energy & Environmental Research Center (EERC) an Extrel MAX300-RTG process mass spectrometer was used to monitor the exit stream of a Fluid Bed Gasifier. The quadrupole mass spectrometer provided fast, quantitative analysis of the syngas composition.

Over the last several years, concern about the economic and environmental impact of traditional fossil fuel combustion and petrochemicals has led to a search for viable alternatives with gasification emerging as a powerful technique for generating fuel and hydrocarbons. The gasification process makes use of materials such as coal, biomass, and waste to produce synthesis gas, or syngas. Syngas is a combustible mixture of hydrogen, carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide that generally contains a small amount of methane and some trace contaminants. Syngas is used as a fuel source to generate power and heat, or converted into products like hydrogen, for use in fuel cells or fertilizer generation, or liquid fuels via a Fischer-Tropsch reaction.

Gasification and chemical processes utilizing syngas rely upon the ability to obtain information about the composition of the gas stream exiting the reactor. The MAX300-RTG is a 7th generation process mass spectrometer capable of performing quantitative analysis on a wide variety of compounds at concentrations ranging from 100% down to 10 ppb. The 19 mm quadrupole mass filter used by the system allows for high analytical repeatability and long-term stability.

The MAX300-RTG demonstrated that it has the flexibility to quickly characterize and quantify syngas mixtures. It has the sensitivity to detect trace components at ppm levels and below, and the speed to perform each measurement in under 0.4 seconds. The ability to analyze the complete array of syngas components exiting the gasifier, from 100% down to ppm levels, makes the MAX300-RTG an instrument capable of replacing complicated analysis systems involving multiple devices and technologies. The speed of the mass spectrometer means that the MAX300-RTG can be automated to monitor gas composition at several sample points, delivering a complete set of concentrations at 20 seconds per point.

At the EERC, additional sampling at the ports downstream of the reactor could yield important insight into the operation and efficiency of the fixed beds, or be used to analyze hydrogen membrane separation, or a Fischer-Tropsch product. The speed and flexibility of the MAX300-IG, combined with the capability to run 24/7 in rugged and hazardous industrial environments, make it ideal for monitoring production scale gasification and any associated chemical processes downstream. At large facilities that utilize syngas, like ammonia plants, the MAX300-RTG and its predecessors have set the standard for analyzer automation and process control over the last several decades.

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New APIMS

Atmospheric Pressure Ionization Mass Spectrometry (APIMS)

NEW MASS SPECTROMETER APIMS 

Delivers Repeatable Low Parts Per Trillion Detection Limits for Impurities in Ultra-High Purity Gases

Pittsburgh, PA (October 28, 2021) – Extrel, the world’s leading manufacturer of research and process mass spectrometers, has expanded its high-performance product portfolio with the launch of its new VeraSpec™APIMS for ultra-high purity (UHP) gas contamination analysis.

Atmospheric Pressure Ionization Mass Spectrometry (APIMS) is widely accepted as a powerful tool for pure gas analysis, given its unique ability for real-time, multi-component measurement down to parts-per-trillion levels.  Extrel, the trusted source for Mass Spectrometers since 1964, delivers optimal performance, reliability, and ease of use with its new VeraSpec APIMS, enabling real-time monitoring of the most critical impurities – trace oxygen, moisture, methane, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, ammonia and more – in a single instrument. 

Developed for research, electronic gas, and semiconductor applications, it is the first Extrel APIMS system available that incorporates an integrated touch screen graphical user interface for point-of-use visual indicators in gas purity, offering increased operational efficiency.

Extremely simple to use, the VeraSpec APIMS has an intuitive web-based interface that allows the user to operate it with ease, and can check instrument status, review data trends, and run detailed analysis with the click of a button. Maintenance is also reduced with the option of scheduled automated calibrations.

Chuck DeCarlo, Business Development Manager for Extrel stated, “Our latest VeraSpec APIMS system combines both Electron Impact and atmospheric pressure ionization sources. This unique dual-source ionization configuration offers an unparalleled analysis range. It allows for the complete analysis of all components in the pure gas sample – from PPT to % level – in one system, making it extremely cost-effective.”

Extrel will be demonstrating its gas analysis solutions at Semicon West, booth 933. Visitors to the booth will learn how the VeraSpec APIMS system monitors a wide range of gases and impurities with the highest combined sensitivity and flexibility from a single analyzer.  Experts will also be on hand to discuss Extrel cost-effective solutions for continuous semiconductor bulk gas purity verification.

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Welcome COSA Xentaur

PROCESS INSIGHTS ANNOUNCES THE ACQUISITION OF COSA XENTAUR CORPORATION

BOSTON, MA – December 4, 2017.   Process Insights, a portfolio company of Union Park Capital, today announced the acquisition of COSA Xentaur Corporation (“COSA Xentaur”), a leading provider of sensors and analytical instrumentation for process measurement applications.  COSA Xentaur, the inaugural acquisition in Union Park’s newly created Process Insights Holdings, will represent the firm’s third platform investment, accompanying the already existing Industrial Physics Holdings and KPM Analytics Holdings family of companies.  Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
 
Founded in 1982 by Christoph Mueller, COSA Xentaur combines the strength of over 30 years of experience in providing innovation measurement solutions for a wide range of industrial applications in petrochemical, energy, environmental, pharmaceutical, semiconductor and plastics industries.   
 
“We are truly excited to be joining the Union Park Capital family,” says Craig Allshouse, who will remain as President at COSA Xentaur.  “With Union Park, we will be able to continue to leverage our deep, market specific technical experience and application knowledge while continuing to bring innovative solutions to the market” he continued.
 
COSA Xentaur product and technology portfolio includes moisture and dew point measurement, laboratory based analytical instrumentation, laser-based technology, NMR technology, and BTU analyzers.  Through its highly advanced products and intelligent solutions, COSA Xentaur delivers, highly accurate, robust and cost-effective instrumentation systems for industrial process measurement and analysis. 
 
“COSA is an exceptionally innovative and technical company” notes Morgan Jones, Managing Partner of Union Park Capital.  “As an investment firm, we only invest in high quality instrumentation businesses solving unique industry problems.  Over the years, we’ve observed thousands of related companies, and COSA Xentaur stands out with world class measurement solutions. We are thrilled to start Process Insights, our third theme, with the acquisition of COSA Xentaur,” said Morgan.

About COSA Xentaur Corporation  

COSA Xentaur Corporation was founded in 1982 and is headquartered in Yahpank, NY with additional offices in Houston, TX and Hanau, Germany.  COSA Xentaur has a direct sales team in the US and Germany and a network of global distributors serving a worldwide customer base.  For more information visit www.cosaxentaur.com.

About Union Park Capital

Union Park Capital is a private equity firm solely focused on lower middle-market industrial technology companies.   Union Park takes a long-term perspective to help stakeholders build value over time, and drives value creation through profitably growing a business, not financial engineering.   Union Park Capital is based in Boston, MA and has extensive investments and expertise in the analytical instrumentation sector.  For more information, visit www.union-park.com.

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Welcome Alpha Omega

PROCESS INSIGHTS ANNOUNCES THE ACQUISITION OF ALPHA OMEGA INSTRUMENTS

BOSTON, MA – December 8, 2017.   Union Park Capital, a Boston based private equity firm focused on lower middle-market industrial technology investments, today announced the acquisition of Alpha Omega Instruments (“AOI”), based in Lincoln, RI.  The business manufactures process measurement and control instrumentation primarily, trace and percent oxygen analyzers and transmitters.  AOI will operate as an independent operating entity under Union Park’s Process Insights Holdings platform.  Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
 
“We’ve known Richard and his business for some time,” said Morgan Jones, Managing Partner of Union Park Capital.  “After watching from the sidelines with admiration for many years, we are truly excited about adding AOI to our family of companies.  We believe it is an excellent fit with our process analytics platform and the addition of oxygen analysis to our product offering will enable us to better serve our global customer base.”
 
“The Union Park Capital team is keeping my employees in place and providing them the tools, resources and capital to grow the business,” said Richard Buonauito, Founder and President of AOI.  “I’ve built a relationship on trust over many years with Morgan and his team.  Working with them was a pleasure, and I am confident that this transaction represents the ideal outcome for both customers and employees.”
 
In keeping with Union Park’s historical business practice, AOI will remain in Lincoln, RI.  “We will continue to build upon the Alpha Omega Instrument brand that Richard and his team have created over the last 25 years.” Morgan continued.
 
About Alpha Omega Instruments  
Founded in 1990 by Richard Buonauito and Stanley Hayes, Alpha Omega Instruments manufacturers and designs solutions for process measurement and analysis.  The product portfolio consists of trace and percent oxygen analyzers and transmitters, safety monitors (oxygen deficiency and carbon dioxide) carbon dioxide analyzers, and moisture monitors. They are used by industrial, government, and educational institutions around the world for process optimization and safety applications.  For more information visit www.aoi-corp.com.
 
About Union Park Capital
Union Park Capital is a private equity firm solely focused on lower middle-market industrial technology companies.   Union Park takes a long-term perspective to help stakeholders build value over time, and drives value creation through profitably growing a business, not financial engineering.   Union Park Capital is based in Boston, MA and has extensive investments and expertise in the analytical instrumentation sector.  For more information, visit www.union-park.com.

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Welcome LAR

PROCESS INSIGHTS ANNOUNCES THE ACQUISITION OF LAR PROCESS ANALYSERS

BOSTON, MA – January 18, 2018. Union Park Capital, a Boston based private equity firm with focus on lower middle-market industrial technology investments, today announced the acquisition of LAR Process Analysers AG (“LAR”), located in Berlin, Germany. LAR develops and manufactures water analyzers for industrial, environmental and municipal applications based on highly differentiated high-temperature combustion technology. LAR will join Cosa Xentaur Corporation and Alpha Omega Instruments as an independent operating entity under Union Park’s newly created Process Insights Holdings platform.

“We are very excited about this acquisition,” notes Morgan Jones, Managing Partner of Union Park Capital. “LAR is a perfect example of everything we look for – the business has product differentiation, a strong brand name and a highly technical workforce with deep application knowledge. Today LAR has an incredibly strong presence in Europe, but as part of Process Insights, LAR will be able to expand internationally taking advantage of a global sales network.”

“The Union Park Capital team has extensive experience investing in family owned European businesses, specifically in Germany,” said Dr. Werner Arts, Founder and Chairman of LAR. “They have a proven track record not only of success, but also of trust and integrity. I believe LAR has found an ideal home at Union Park and Process Insights.”

The strategic announcement comes just weeks after Union Park announced the acquisition of Cosa Alpha Omega Instruments late in 2017. LAR, together with the other business units within Process Insights, will continue to develop and invest in cutting-edge technologies in process analysis. As usual with Union Park’s historical business practice, LAR will remain in Berlin, Germany.

About LAR Process Analysers AG

Established in 1986 by Dr. Werner Arts in Berlin, Germany, LAR develops and manufactures advanced solutions for water analysis. The company’s key competence is the measurement of various water parameters – concentrating on TOC, TC, TOD, COD, BOD, TNb and toxicity – based on high-temperature combustion analyzer. In addition to its German Headquarters, LAR has opened a regional support office in China. For more information visit www.lar.com.

About Union Park Capital

Union Park Capital is a private equity firm solely focused on lower middle-market industrial technology companies. Union Park takes a long-term perspective to help stakeholders build value over time, and drives value creation through profitably growing a business, not financial engineering. Union Park Capital is based in Boston, MA and has extensive investments and expertise in the analytical instrumentation sector. For more information, visit www.union-park.com.

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Welcome Tiger Optics

PROCESS INSIGHTS ANNOUNCES THE ACQUISITION OF TIGER OPTICS, LLC

BOSTON, MA – June 15, 2018. Union Park Capital (“UPC”), a Boston based investment firm focused on industrial technology, has acquired Tiger Optics, LLC (“Tiger”), a pioneer in the use of Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy (“CRDS”) and leading manufacturer of laser-based spectroscopy gas analyzers and air monitors. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Tiger Optics, based in Warrington, PA, will operate as an independent entity under Process Insights (“PI”), a UPC investment focused on process analytics and measurement instrumentation companies. Process Insights includes, Cosa Xentaur Corporation, Alpha Omega Instruments, LAR Process Analysers, and now Tiger Optics.

Founded in 2001 by Lisa Bergson, Tiger offers a wide and proven array of customer-lauded trace gas analyzers and air monitors used in high purity industrial gas, semiconductor, laboratories, life science and various other end markets. Based upon CRDS, Tiger’s instruments provide outstanding detection capabilities with continuous self-calibration and no consumables required.

“Tiger Optics is a great addition to the Process Insights family of businesses,” said Monte Hammouri, CEO of Process Insights. “The products and technology are highly complementary to our other businesses and will help us better serve our customers through a more complete product offering. We are thrilled to welcome Tiger to the family.”

“We are very excited about the future of Tiger Optics and the partnership with Union Park Capital and Process Insights,” commented Steven Geserick, Director of Operations. “With Process Insight’s existing resources, we will not only be able to develop new ideas faster but can bring our existing solutions into new adjacent markets,” added Erika Coyne, President of Tiger Optics. Erika will assume the President role and Steven will continue on as Director of Operations.

About Tiger Optics

Founded in 2001, Tiger offers gas analyzers, as well as atmospheric and cleanroom monitors based on Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy (“CRDS”) technology, a breakthrough discovery by Professor Kevin Lehmann, Ph.D., of Princeton University. Tiger Optics is headquartered in Warrington, PA in the Philadelphia suburbs. From the cleanest of semiconductor fabs to the harshest coal-fired power plants, Tiger analyzers work to improve yields, reduce costs, and simplify regulatory compliance. For more information, visit www.tigeroptics.com.

About Process Insights

The companies of Process Insights manufacture instruments focused on process analytics, control, and safety. Process Insights premium brands are used across a wide range of applications and end markets to ensure safe operation, increase product quality and to attain higher levels of efficiency in process industries. Sensors, instrumentation, and software used in these applications are mission-critical to reduce disruptions, downtime, and lost productivity, all while managing increasing regulatory complexity and cost in industrial processes. For more information, visit www.process-insights.com.

About Union Park Capital

Union Park Capital is a private equity firm solely focused on lower middle-market industrial technology companies. Union Park takes a long-term perspective to help stakeholders build value over time, and drives value creation through profitably growing a business, not financial engineering. Union Park Capital is based in Boston, MA and has extensive investments and expertise in the analytical instrumentation sector. To learn more, visit www.union-park.com.

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Welcome Extrel CMS

Process Insights Announces Acquisition of Extrel CMS

Greensboro, NC – February 28, 2020. Process Insights, a portfolio company of Union Park Capital, announced today that it has acquired Extrel CMS, LLC (“Extrel”), the leading manufacturer of research and process mass spectrometers. Extrel, which is based in Pittsburgh, PA, will join Process Insights’ existing portfolio of process instrumentation manufacturers including, COSA Xentaur, Alpha Omega Instruments, Hygrocontrol, LAR Process Analysers, Tiger Optics, and ATOM Instrument as another premium brand within Process Insights. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Extrel has over 50 years of technology innovation and a global customer base across large research and national labs, chemical, refining and pharmaceutical industries. The company was founded in 1964 as Extranuclear Laboratories created by Ted Brackmann and Wade Fite, professors from the University of Pittsburgh, to provide innovative power supplies for mass spectrometry. In 1985 Extranuclear Laboratories became Extrel Corporation to further focus on analytical mass spectrometry products and later in 2004 became Extrel CMS, LLC. Extrel’s products help organizations continuously identify and quantify various molecular components in process environments to ensure safe operations, increase process efficiency and product quality, reduce disruptions and downtime, and attain compliance with numerous and complex regulatory requirements.

“Extrel is a perfect addition to our other Process Insights’ companies. The products and technology are highly complementary to our other businesses and will help us offer a complete solution to our customers,” said Monte Hammouri, CEO of Process Insights. “Extrel’s state-of-the-art mass spectrometers, as well as its after-sales service organization will enhance Process Insights and strengthen our position as a leading provider of process analytical instrumentation. The history and reputation of the Extrel brand as a technical and market leader is second to none. We are thrilled to welcome Extrel to the Process Insights family.”

“I believe that Extrel has great opportunity to take its excellent products and people and reach new markets and customers. Process Insights brings resources and capabilities to support Extrel’s discovery of its potential. As a Process Insights company, Extrel looks forward to working with these businesses to achieve the next chapter of success” added Luke Kephart, President of Extrel.

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Remote Connected Service

Digital Transformation & Connected Remote Service – Expertise When & Where You Need It 

Process Insights GO Remote Connected Service is redefining service.  It’s intelligent, safe, fast, and efficient service to minimize unexpected downtime, and saves time and money. Complex, transforming business models like yours needs scalable, reliable service and support day and night.

Works on multiple smart devices including Realwear and is positively changing the way you do business.  Actionable insights and alerts can be easily configured and customized based on your specific and unique requirements.

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Traditionally, service would have been performed by technicians via an onsite visit, and only after the fault or total failure occurred.  With our robust, safe remote service solution, now engineers and technicians can access real-time monitoring, analysis, and status.

  • Track service history
  • Download service reports
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Gain seamlessly connectivity to global experts to diagnose issues and get real-time insight before major malfunctions and shutdowns take place, and negatively impact your business.

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  • Gain real-time visibility into work status.
  • Transition from reactive to proactive repairs.
  • Gain immediate access to experts.
  • Increased safety.
  • Enables real-time remote diagnostics.
  • Less downtime for your business.
  • Multiple devices managed from a remote location.
  • Improves worker performance.
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