The Donaldson iCue connected filtration service has been expanded to Europe.
The service monitors industrial dust collectors in real time to help facility teams improve dust collection management.
Early adopters of the iCue service, which was launched last year in North America, have reported reduced downtime, lower maintenance costs; and better management of dust collector tasks and compliance reporting data.
“Dust collection systems play an important role in helping manage airborne contaminants and emissions,” said Bart Robbeets, sales director of Industrial Air Filtration – After Market at Donaldson Europe & Middle East. “The iCue service provides real-time insights that can help facility teams troubleshoot issues earlier and keep a collector up and running. This added intelligence helps our customers drive efficiency, reduce costs, and improve their production uptime.”
“Facility managers tell us that actively monitoring their dust collectors’ performance is a challenge, in terms of both time and technical knowledge,” said Wade Wessels, Donaldson’s global director of Connected Solutions. “Our iCue service automates monitoring and provides simple, actionable data that helps our customers manage their equipment with confidence and ease.”