Good data, along with proper analysis, is the key to better understanding your business. By collecting and analyzing data from your fusion jobsite, you can gain new insights into your overall operations.
A simple analysis done in-field or off-site can help provide assurances that each fusion joint was made using proper procedures and meets industry standards. Data can improve overall jobsite efficiencies and evaluate individual operator productivity and performance. Fusion joint records can also include GPS data to provide for easier traceability.
Understanding and using the information gained from logging your fusion activities can significantly improve your bottom line. Finding new ways to manage, view and sort that data, and discovering new metrics to track will only improve your decision making and overall jobsite performance. All this together adds real value to you and your customers.
The new DataLogger Vault from McElroy allows users to safely and securely store fusion joint records in the cloud. Details are easily sorted for in-depth analysis of every fusion joint from a jobsite and are accessible from anywhere there is a connection to the Internet. The new DataLogger Vault is compatible with fusion joint reports from DataLogger 3, 4 and 5 units. The information gathered from DataLogger joint reports can be used to validate that fusion joints completed are sound and ready for service. Review of FusionGuide™ graphs can quickly confirm if key parameters of the fusion process adhere to supported standards.
With more data comes greater opportunity to improve your business operations. Data collected and analyzed in DataLogger Vault can aid in identifying costly errors BEFORE the pipeline is buried. In-depth record exploration can assist in identifying training needs, monitoring machine usage and estimating maintenance needs and more.
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