The DataLogger records the fusion process on nearly all McElroy fusion machines.
Archive essential details related to the fusion operation and jobsite.
McElroy Optimized Cooling™ lessens time spent during the fusion joint's cooling cycle.
Real-time analysis allows for monitoring of the joint integrity during the fusion process.
The DataLogger 7's internal 21 watt-hour battery and removable 43.2 watt-hour second battery allows the DataLogger 7 to last an entire workday. An Extended Life Kit is available with an extra removable battery and charger to supply endless power on the jobsite.
To ensure device damage or accidental deletion doesn't take out your data before reports can be uploaded to the McElroy Vault™, the new DataLogger 7 includes a micro SD card that automatically backs up all fusion joint data — guaranteeing your joint reports never get lost.
The new DataLogger 7 tablet is built to be waterproof, dustproof and shockproof to stand up to the toughest jobsites. A 7" touchscreen offers great readability even in sunlight and can be used with gloves and in wet conditions.
For data recording of fusion joints
Accountability for those creating and managing infrastructures continues to grow. The DataLogger from McElroy meets the latest ASTM F3124 guidelines for requirements in the collection of data for pipe fusion in plastic piping system.
The DataLogger allows documentation of manual fusion, electrofusion, squeeze-off techniques and pressure testing data. The device also saves precise GPS locations with each joint record from the entire job.
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 evaluation of 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 fusion activities can significantly improve the bottom line. Finding new ways to manage, view and sort that data, and discovering new metrics to track will only improve decision making and overall jobsite performance. All this together adds real value to you and your customers.