Samotics, a leading provider of real-time actionable insights to eliminate industrial energy waste and unplanned downtime, has been awarded a five-year contract by Anglian Water to help it deliver an extensive proactive maintenance program and meet 2030 Net Zero targets. Anglian Water selected Samotics as its ESA technology and services CBM supplier through to 2028.
The award is part of Anglian Water’s strategy to shift from a time-based reactive maintenance regime to a condition-based, proactive maintenance approach. To that end, a tender was issued for two different condition-based monitoring (CBM) technologies: ESA and vibration. ESA is the company’s technology of choice for its fleet of submerged assets, whose location makes it hard to acquire high-quality, high-frequency data. Because the electrical data can be captured remotely in the motor control center, there is no need to install sensors on or even near the equipment.
Anglian Water’s tender focused on optimizing its clean water and water recycling networks with the support of CBM technologies. These were identified to improve Anglian Water’s maintenance regime by delivering key insights into the health and performance of rotating and pumping assets, enabling it to take proactive measures against developing faults. Samotics will use a range of tools to deliver this result, including its SAM4 Health’s automated clogging detection feature, which pinpoints early signs of clogging to prevent pollution incidents and damage to pumps.
Courtesy of Samotics.