Most shielding gas mixers for 2- or 3-part gas blends rely on local audible or visible alarms to alert your personnel when a blend goes out of specification or when the supply system fails. However, when a blend is compromised and no one is near the gas mixer to hear or see an alarm and take action, you can potentially jeopardize your blend quality and welding process, which can cause costly downtime and rework. What’s more, if your plant operates an automated or robotic welding machine, the possibility of missed alarms may be greater, increasing the risks for problematic welds.
The StarGold gas monitoring system eliminates these possibilities by ending a reliance upon proximity to local alarms. Engineered for maximized efficiency, our multi-channel, cell phone-based telemetry device offers a modern, reliable alternative to traditional alarm systems with constant access on your cell phone or computer, regardless of your location or time of day. Whether you have ISO standards to adhere to, quality assurance programs to maintain, or basic need to meet AWS and/or CWA standards, the StarGold gas monitoring system can help your plant ensure ongoing oversight and compliance of your gas blends, reducing downtime and costs associated with a mixer failure.
Once the StarGold gas monitoring system detects an issue with your gas mix, you are alerted via email or cell phone. You can access your system data immediately via an easy to navigate online portal. This gives you remote oversight over your shielding gas blends and helps you validate that your specifications and quality standards are being met, and enables you to address issues quickly.
When welding with 2- or 3-part shielding gas blends, a mixer that goes out of spec will result in costly downtime and rework from compromised weld quality. StarGold gas monitoring system leverages the latest monitoring technology with modern forms of communication to give you ongoing validation and verification of gas composition.
The StarGold gas monitoring system is a 6-channel cellular unit connected to pressure and valve monitoring sensors positioned at key points within the gas mixing system
The system monitors and measures gas pressure and composition within the mixer, notifying you when an issue presents itself.