RD3 remote monitoring is an important addition to Rammer rockbreaker offering to address the needs of customers who are looking at the cost, performance and efficiency of their operations.
Rammer’s RD3 monitoring device together with a My Fleet platform, the first remote rockbreaker monitoring system on the market, has made it easy for customers to monitor their rockbreaker fleet remotely.
The RD3 monitoring device is attached to the rockbreaker and it reports back to the customer detailed information about the rock breaking operation in real time. It enables customers to monitor operating hours, know exactly where their equipment is and how it is being operated and schedule maintenance during times of least impact on production.
By using advanced electronics to sense the impacts and stresses on the rockbreaker, RD3 provides information on how the rockbreaker is being operated. One of the major causes of premature failure in rockbreakers is long cycles where the operator continues to hit the button and the piston keeps striking for an extended period of time. With RD3, customers can remotely monitor rockbreaker usage and provide operator education when needed to avoid maintenance costs due to premature failure. Correct operation minimizes the chance that rockbreaker fails and causes costly unscheduled downtime.
Simply by logging into the MyFleet platform, customers can see all the data on operating hours and required service intervals helping them manage service periods and minimize machinery downtime by scheduling maintenance during times of least impact on production. With downtime planned at optimal times based on the data of rockbreaker usage, maintenance programs can be streamlined to improve efficiency and reduce costs.
The hour meter shows MyFleet users the total time the rockbreaker has been engaged in rockbreaking that can ensure a higher re-sale value as the actual work hours are known.
The cutting-edge technology is available in all new Rammer Excellence line of rockbreakers as standard.
view the article here
There are no articles in this category. If subcategories display on this page, they may have articles.