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Plantweb™ Insight Steam Trap Application
The Plantweb Insight Steam Trap application is an industrial analytics solution that analyzes data acquired through wireless instrumentation and existing infrastructure.
The application uses machine learning based asset models and analytics and easily integrates with existing infrastructure. Offering continuous steam trap status monitoring, including failure modes and analysis of economic and environmental impact, the application helps your facility improve maintenance prioritization and energy efficiency.

Optimizing Steam Trap Energy Management

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Plantweb™ Insight Steam Trap Application


Operating System
VMware Virtual Hardware Version 11 or above or Microsoft Hyper-V 2012 or higher
  • 4 dedicated processors
  • 4GB RAM minimum
  • 100GB of free hard drive space
Software Compatibility
Compatible Browsers (latest version supported:
  • Chrome
  • Microsoft Edge
  • Mozilla Firefox
Gateway Compatibility: Emerson Wireless 1410/1420 Gateways (firmware version 4.7.68 or higher)
Communication Protocol
HART-IP client, OPC-UA client/server, Modbus TCP/IP server, REST API


  • Easy-to-use visual dashboard display offers in-depth and continuous monitoring of steam traps for enhanced insight
  • Steam trap status algorithm, developed from decades of experience and analytics
  • "Inactive", "blow through", "plugged" and "flooded" failure modes are immediately displayed for increased efficiency
  • Calculated insights of steam trap status, including failure modes, help optimize maintenance
  • Existing systems and wireless infrastructure are easily integrated, linking them to the Industrial IoT
  • Remote connectivity enables access via desktop or mobile devices
  • Flexible software installation is accessible from many web browsers
  • Automatic device data interpretation provides actionable information that enables better decision making
  • Continuous monitoring of key assets improves reliability, safety, environmental impact and energy efficiency


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