Steam Trap Monitoring

Reduce costs, prevent failures

An effective wireless steam trap monitoring system will save you money, time and the environment.

Steam system at plant can potentially be at risk of steam leakage, highlighting the significant impact of energy loss and potential safety hazards.

Challenges with steam trap leakage

Steam trap leakage creates major headaches for site engineers. Not only does it lead to an increased likelihood of unplanned shutdowns, but also higher levels of waste and greater CO² emissions. Faulty traps require more energy to maintain steam systems, and water hammer from blocked traps can badly damage pipes and equipment.

Effectively managing and maintaining steam traps is crucial to mitigate these challenges, ensuring operational efficiency, cost savings, and environmental responsibility.

Essential safety valves safeguard this modern gas power plant, enabling uninterrupted electricity supply to industries.

Keep ahead in a fast changing industry

Today’s strict environmental regulations demand lower emissions and higher energy efficiency, which makes preventing plant leakages a high compliance priority.

The rapid shift toward digitalisation is helping industries avoid costly unscheduled plant shutdowns, preventing damage to equipment and avoiding excessive energy consumption. Our digital solutions simplify steam trap monitoring and maintenance keeping you ahead of the game and saving significantly on operational costs.

IMI's STM-10 sensor: High-temp tech for efficient steam-trap management in industrial processes.

Smart software solution

IMI’s Steam Trap Monitoring (STM) is a smart software solution that chats with intelligent STM-10 sensors via long-range tech like LoRaWAN. There’s no need for batteries or external power, these sensors harness steam pipe heat for power. Other benefits include:

  • Quick installation, no wiring, and fast data sharing.

  • Meaningful insights without nuisance alerts.

  • Reduced operating costs.

  • Anticipate and reduce failure.

  • Optimise maintenance planning decisions.

  • Reduce manual inspection.

  • Robust audit trail.