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Hayward Gordon Group Announces Launch of RMS Monitor

Address equipment issues before a catastrophic failure occurs

Published: Monday, May 3, 2021 - 12:00

(Hayward Gordon: Halton Hills, Ontario) -- Hayward Gordon Group is pleased to announce the launch of the RMS Monitor. The RMS Monitor maintains a continuous watch over pump and mixer equipment and provides alerts about potential problems.

Predictive information supplied by the RMS Monitor enables users to address issues before mechanical failure occurs, reducing the risk of equipment damage and unplanned downtime.

"With so much technology at our fingertips these days, it only made sense to develop a monitoring device that gives our customers piece of mind when they are both on and off site," says Tim Sansom, vice president of aftermarket services at the Hayward Gordon Group. "The RMS Monitor is small, scalable, and easy to use. This cost-effective device maintains a steadfast electronic vigil on pumps and mixers, resulting in better performance, fewer repairs, and a lot less worry."

RMS monitorAttached to a pump or mixer, the system tracks temperature and vibrations and issues alerts if it notices any unusual changes. The RMS Monitor can also be programmed to watch for other potential hazards such as leakage and cavitation. In this manner, costly mechanical failures involving bearings, seals, and other components can be avoided.

The RMS Monitor is connected to a cellular network, not a Wi-Fi network. This Bluetooth-enabled solution doesn’t require any wiring, is simple to set up and always remains connected.

In addition to being precise, the RMS Monitor is tough and durable. Components and sensors are housed in a single, compact unit protected by a robust rubber enclosure.

The perfect tool for operations and maintenance managers, the RMS Monitor can be used with pumps and mixers in chemical, municipal, mining, and general industry applications to name a few.

About Hayward Gordon Group

Founded more than 60 years ago, the Hayward Gordon Group proudly operates three industry-leading brands under one roof: Hayward Gordon, Sharpe Mixers, and Scott Turbon Mixer. Together the Hayward Gordon Group provides the most complete and comprehensive portfolio of rotating equipment—mixers and pumps—that are durable, reliable, cost-effective, and easy to maintain. We strive to help you cut costs, reduce downtime, improve manufacturing times, and increase profitability.

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