Beyond switches for pump monitoring: What changed with API Standard 682

Overview:

Find out how you can use the change in API Standard 682 from switches to transmitters to improve your plant’s availability through automation.

The fourth edition of API Standard 682 was released in May 2014, and indicates a preference for transmitters instead of switches for measuring auxiliary pump seal flush system pressure, temperature and level. By interpreting data from transmitters, you can minimize failures, reducing both pump maintenance costs and process downtime, resulting in significant payback.

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