Compressed Air Solutions, in partnership with Atlas Copco
Compressors, provides customers with SmartLink
24/7 monitoring of air compressors.
With the Elektronikon
controller, SmartLink remote monitoring system gives you a
means of monitoring the health of your compressor operation
at all times. Insights make you smarter with this practical
industrial IOT feature of all but the smallest Atlas Copco
compressor, dryer, vacuum, blower, and N2 equipment.
This powerful tool is available as 3 different
Service - Rule out uncertainty with the basic
subscription which is available at no additional charge
to every owner of an Atlas Copco machine equipped with a
current Elektronikon controller. It will notify your
designated maintenance provider whenever the machine is
due for service, or is starting to exhibit a condition
that may inhibit its smooth function. Proactively
avoiding equipment failures ensures that you can maximize
your plant productivity while reducing both maintenance
and energy costs.
SmartLink Uptime -The alerts are
delivered in real-time, giving anyone who relies on their
compressor confidence in its reliable performance.
There are three levels of service available, the first of
which is included at no charge to the owners of any brand
of machine using an Atlas Copco Elektronikon air
compressor controller. For a low monthly fee, customers
can also monitor their machine up-time, and energy
SmartLink Energy - SmartLink is
easily installed, using configurable dashboards that can
monitor your compressor's performance in a manner that
makes sense to you. If required, alerts are sent to
you via designated text and/or email address.
A team of compressor professionals is on station 24/7 at
the Atlas Copco headquarters in Rock Hill South Carolina
where they constantly monitor each of your compressors.
All serious concerns are then automatically relayed to
your choice of either your internal, or external
contracted compressor service provider.
HTE Compressed Air Services supplies SmartLink services
to compressor owners in Kansas, Missouri, and