Don’t Let Your Retail Business Get a Flat Tire
Does your car tell you when it’s time for an oil change or if tire pressure is low? Armed with this information, you don’t wait for a major auto “failure” before you act—you use condition based maintenance.
It’s the same for your retail business. Wouldn’t you rather do maintenance based on equipment condition before it deteriorates to the point where it may fail if not serviced?
Condition Based Maintenance can answer questions like
• Which of my refrigeration systems are operating improperly or inefficiently?
• Which of my refrigeration systems are leaking refrigerant?
• How can I implement a better preventative maintenance scheme or optimize maintenance dispatches?
• Where should I focus my maintenance budget?
The best news about Condition Based Maintenance is that many retailers already have most of the equipment needed installed already. Products like Emerson E2 controllers, Copeland Scroll™ compressors with CoreSense Diagnostics™, temperature and pressure sensors are increasingly being installed as standard equipment in many retail operations today.
Connecting our Condition Based Maintenance software and service architecture is the final step many retailers need to take to ensure they are safely driving their business.
For more information about Condition Based Maintenance, view my presentation from Emerson’s Technology in Action Conference.
Product Manager, Retail Solutions
Emerson Climate Technologies