Interested in Adding Circuit Breaker Monitoring?
Are you sure your circuit breaker is protecting your most costly assets? Do you know your circuit breaker is really working? As maintenance cost continue to rise, adding circuit breaker monitoring can be a great way to help predict when your circuit breakers will need servicing while protecting your substation assets from failing.
Meet Qualitrol's One Box Solution for Circuit Breaker Monitoring
Qualitrol’s new QBCM is a one box solution for complete circuit breaker condition monitoring. Modular and highly customizable, the QBCM helps reduce unscheduled asset downtime, increases reliability, and improves safety by applying the right analytics mix to your maintenance strategy. Deliver lasting value with a solution which is optimized to deliver the highest cost savings within the shortest possible payback period. Gain new insights with a unique smart pattern matching algorithm that can catch critical issues even if the circuit breaker data is not available or known.
Live Webinar - May 12th at 10AM EST
Adding any new technology can be difficult without the right information in hand to present upstream. Join us for our free webinar titled: "Building a Business Case for Circuit Breaker Monitoring and Selling ROI Upstream" where our experts will arm you with comprehensive information on the benefits of Circuit Breaker Monitoring. You can expect to learn the following:
- The Ins, Outs of Circuit Breaker Monitoring
- Guide to Common Failures and Causes
- Improving ROI & Pitfalls to Avoid
- Installation Costs & Risks
- Commissioning Costs
- Pattern Comparision vs. Absolute Alarms
- Early Warning Signs for Maintenance Schedule Optimization
- Modularity and Gradual Investment Potential
- How to Invest in Steps
- Qualitrol's Solution: QBCM
Register for our upcoming webinar and sign up for a consultation to be eligible for a FREE trial of our new circuit breaker monitor, the QBCM. Eligibility is based on voltage, fleet size, and geography.
WEBINAR HOST AND EXPERT - NICOLA GARIBOLDI
Electrical Engineer - Politecinico di Milano (Italy)