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February 4, 2022
A PROVEN SOLUTION! Martin Engineering's award-winning N2® remote monitoring system now has a proven track record with more than a year of performance data from a major lime works in the UK.
Installing our pioneering N2® remote monitoring system on 43 conveyor belt cleaners at the flagship production site of Singleton Birch Limited has solved numerous 'pain points' such as frequent inefficient service visits, increased safety hazard touchpoints and difficulties in maintenance management.
N2® is performing well, allowing maintenance planning to be simplified with detailed belt cleaner information available on demand, allowing technicians to focus on the priorities and install replacement wear parts as needed.
The result is a dramatic increase in efficiency and almost 50% reduction in site visits, improving safety through reduced exposure to equipment, saving money on labour and offering a quick and calculable return on investment. Singleton Birch says: “N2® is a clever piece of kit that’s safe, saves time and is easy to use.”
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January 21, 2022
N2® remote monitoring dashboard makes maintenance magement and inventory control simple to improve safety, efficiency and productivity on conveyor belts.
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January 7, 2022
TURKISH DELIGHT! Trials of our revolutionary N2® remote monitoring system have just started at a Çeliktaş silica and sand quarry near İstanbul. Well done to our colleagues at Martin Engineering in Turkey, now the 9th country trialling our N2® smart technology system.
The N2® Position Indicator saves maintenance time, prevents unscheduled downtime, boosts productivity and improves safety. Thanks to N2®, maintenance teams can monitor belt cleaners via Martin’s mobile app or desktop dashboard, as well as predict when servicing is needed.
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