Supreme’s Process and Environmental Monitoring Can Save Lives and Increase Efficiency for Your Business.
Process and environmental monitoring is crucial for maximum protection of sensitive materials and/or operations, and for optimizing performance. At Supreme, our comprehensive range of monitoring capabilities can be integrated with your overall security system. Critical processes and facility vulnerabilities can be monitored to ensure that your business and property is protected from weather-related events or internal mechanical malfunction.
- Detect system compromise or malfunction
- Protect people, property and equipment on premises
- Ensure critical operations run smoothly
- Enable off-site and after-hours monitoring
New code requirements are being enforced in the state of New Jersey, with regards to Carbon Monoxide (CO) detectors. The regulation reads:
Effective September 3, 2017, carbon monoxide detection equipment shall be installed in all existing buildings which contain a fuel-burning appliance or have an attached garage. An “open parking structure,” as defined in the building subcode of the Uniform Construction Code, shall not be deemed to be an attached garage.
Carbon Monoxide is the number one cause of poisoning deaths in the US, with over 400 unintentional deaths every year. In addition, 20,000 visits to the emergency room occur annually from this colorless, odorless and tasteless poison.
Supreme can help you comply with these regulations.
Contact us, or call 1-888-787-7363.
Process and environmental monitoring serves two very important purposes for your business. It can be a life saver in times of emergency, and they also help you to increase operational efficiency and control costs.
Supreme can monitor and control facility or equipment temperatures remotely. Whether you have an office that needs air conditioning or heating systems to maintain temperature or if you have a critical refrigerated room that protects your inventory, we can provide you with the added peace of mind that your business is being looked after.
For food distribution, manufacturing, and other industrial processes temperature is a critical element in the success of their business. Supreme can monitor the temperature according to your specific guidelines, around the clock.
Run state monitoring and control can be applied to almost any type of equipment or mechanical process. Supreme facilitates the monitoring and control of run state equipment as well as time-stamp reporting on usage.
For manufacturers utilizing automated machinery to build their business, 24×7 monitoring of their run state is absolutely critical. Remote monitoring and control can help save time and money while increasing operational efficiency.
Steam and pressure can be a necessary part of an industrial process, or the outcome of one. While offering many benefits, if not properly monitored and controlled, pressure can become a serious safety hazard for the operation of equipment and for the operators themselves. Supreme offers remote monitoring for high, low and safe operation and can also control the run state in critical situations.
Power failures can be a nuisance, but they can also be detrimental to businesses. Halting critical processes from manufacturing to computer and telephone access, power failures can put your business at risk for loss of revenue, not to mention upsetting customers. Supreme can monitor your power systems and alert you to any anomalies in the power supply so they can be addressed quickly and efficiently.
Whether from a severe storm or a mechanical malfunction, flooding can cause massive loss of inventory and equipment at your premises. Supreme can provide the latest technology in early flood detection, giving you the opportunity to take action before it’s too late.
Natural Gas & Carbon Monoxide (CO)
Exposure to high levels of carbon monoxide and natural gas can be extremely dangerous and, in some instances, fatal. Our advanced carbon monoxide monitoring and natural gas detection systems can maximize the safety of your facility by detecting gas—and sounding an audible alarm—well before it reaches dangerous conditions.