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If you want to stabilise pressure and increase storage in the system you need to familiarize yourself with the new CALMS CFC flow controllers. Linked to the CALMS monitoring system it allows you to section and control pressure and flow into buildings and production lines.
CALMS will be participating in the Compressed Air conference in Gothenburg 19-20 May 2022. Together with Bureau Veritas, Cejn, Festo, Kaeser and LMS-Nordic we will be part of presenting the latest technologies and methods for compressed air management.
We have had significant increases of orders and projects in the Nordic countries and have decided to establish a branch office in Gothenburg, Sweden. It will be headed by Daniel Winkler who has vast experience of compressed air projects, monitoring systems, leakage management and compressed air training.
Next week, we are going to release a major update to CALMS platform that changes how edge device configuration is composed. Up until now, one would have to first configure the device (on its separate page), then fill out the system setup page and finally tweak the device configuration until all connections are up and signals are being collected.
After an extended period of development and testing, we are happy to announce a complete redesign of CALMS time series database. It focuses on the exactness and reliability of calculations it makes, so reports and summaries are reproducible and reflect actual measurements that have been taken.
In compressed air industry we can see two types of audits. First are detail audits done by independent specialised audit companies and second ones are audits performed by compressed air manufacturers or their service providers.
New trends are coming also to the conservative industrial compressed air market. This is even more obvious since we are all forced to work in a completely different environment where remote means everything in some cases even survival.