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Taking the Guesswork Out of Pumpdown Curves

Posted by Tom Bassi on Sep 24, 2015 11:16:48 AM

Everyone knows that keeping track of your vacuum system pumpdown curves is important and a valuable asset in troubleshooting leaks in the system. However, creating pumpdown curves aren’t always easy and can take too much of your valuable time!
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Topics: HVAC, Vessel Downtime, Manufacturing, Accuracy, Rough Vacuum Systems, Oil and Gas, Transformers, Vacuum Pump Troubleshooting

Avoid False Readings When Vacuum Sensors Fail

Posted by Tim Collins on Sep 11, 2015 11:12:04 AM

  Ever feel like this guy? Damage to sensors and units alike is an inevitable facet of field work that can put undue stress on even a well-prepared crew, especially when time is of the essence. Vacuum sensors are calibrated in air. However, sensor contamination can occur easily in real-world applications leading to failure or false readings. Having multiple back-up vacuum sensors on hand that have already been factory calibrated to your specific vacuum gauge can save time, stress, and avoid the risk of inaccurate readings. Read on!
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Topics: Manufacturing, Calibration, Accuracy, Oil and Gas, Contamination, Transformers

Survey | Are Your Transformer Technicians Completing Their Pump-Downs?

Posted by Eric Beardslee on Dec 31, 2014 3:59:09 PM

Ever wondered if your field service technicians are completing and/or properly logging their pump-downs? Have other managers witnessed this occurrence? How worried should you be? Get these answers and more...
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Topics: Researcher topics, Transformers

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