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Atlas Copco launches remote compressor monitoring system

AIRkeeper phone

Remote monitoring and control for the G-range of compressors is now available with Atlas Copco’s newest mobile app, AIRkeeper. Designed for G-ranges between 10-30 hp, users can control the compressor’s operating parameters anytime, anywhere using a Bluetooth connection from either a smartphone or tablet, according to the company.

The fully programmable AIRkeeper offers several features, including remote starting and stopping, adjusting the pressure band and a leakage detection program to ensure the compressed air system is working optimally. Real-time monitoring systems notifies the user immediately if the compressor needs attention. The app also stores all booklets and instruction guides needed for the compressor.

“AIRkeeper was designed specifically with the end-user in mind to provide easy, secure access to pivotal information,” Trey Ragsdale, vice president of industrial air for Atlas Copco compressors in the U.S, said in a statement. “From the quick installation, intuitive interface, and customization features, AIRkeeper is truly the perfect companion for users who need to keep in-touch with their compressor, anytime and anywhere.”

For more, visit www.atlascopco.com.

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