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July 15, 2020 | 03:00 PM British Summer Time (London)


Many legacy maintenance teams are thinly staffed, lack thermal domain expertise, and have gotten very good at reacting to rising unplanned downtime incidents. In touch times, this culture is driving many companies to the brink of failure.

The advent of low-cost wireless technologies, asset historians, and analytics models are driving the industry towards a future of automated predictive maintenance programs that will increase asset reliability, shorten maintenance times, boost safety and quality, reduce maintenance costs, and much more.

This session will discuss the use of Big Data, the Internet of Things, and Predictive Analytics to improve thermal equipment reliability and reduce maintenance costs.

Remote Preventive Maintenance

Turn thermal process data into actionable information with Thermal IQ™
Consisting of wireless connectivity, a mobile application and an enterprise-view dashboard, the Thermal IQ platform securely connects combustion equipment to the cloud, making critical thermal process data that is normally trapped at the equipment level available anytime, anywhere, on any smart device or desktop. With Thermal IQ data, users can see what’s happening with thermal processes without being at their facility, get real-time alerts when key parameters are outside normal limits, and track historical data over time to identify when and why something happened.   

The Thermal IQ Operate Rapid Response kit (available for Honeywell 7800 and KromSchroeder BCU series controllers) is ready to be ordered today.  The first step is to configure your kit by filling in the online assessment and then we will send you the installation kit through expedited shipment. To configure your system, you will receive installation videos and you will also have access to remote support.

Now available with a 90-day free subscription (90-day credit applied towards one-year subscription)  

Virtual Combustion Technician

Our combustion technicians and application experts have deep technical know-how and now they can offer you support without a site visit.

The Virtual Combustion Technician is a short-term service support agreement that provides remote support to clients running critical operations and may face challenges for onsite support.

By requesting support via a virtual session, a Honeywell expert will walk you through the troubleshooting steps. Here is how it works:

When paired with Thermal IQ, the Virtual Combustion Technician provides a very efficient method to keep equipment running or help to get it back into operation.

(3 months Service Support Agreement)

Combustion University

Get access to our library of training materials on combustion systems across asset types, industries and worker personas. Try it before you buy it! Get 90-day free access to “Combustion System Hazards Recognition" – learn about basic combustion system review techniques that can ensure safer and more reliable operations.

Combustion University


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