SUEZ’s TrueSense Analyse reduces emissions by digitally monitoring boiler water chemistry

10-08-2018
SUEZ,TrueSense Analyse,asset management

TrueSense Analyse measures key system chemistry parameters for optimisation of chemistry usage and decreases the total cost of steam production and asset management.

“Our new state-of-the-art, digitally enabled boiler water chemistry monitoring and control system is revolutionary in that it can help users increase steam production and fuel efficiency, extending the operational life of the boiler through reduced maintenance and unplanned outages,” said Andrew Leach, senior engineering manager, chemical and monitoring solutions – SUEZ Water Technologies & Solutions. “TrueSense Analyse is a flexible, cost-competitive platform continuing the TrueSense concept of direct chemical analysis for low- and medium-pressure boiler systems, and it provides a robust hardware architecture to minimise hands-on maintenance time while aligning online and offline analysis methodologies.”

SUEZ’s new TrueSense Analyse can be used across multiple industries and boiler types, including typical water tube and fire tube designs. It is a low-maintenance analyser that can function as a standalone system or be integrated into existing control hardware, such as SUEZ's PaceSetter Platinum advanced water and process control system. TrueSense Analyse also can enhance personnel safety and system availability by protecting critical steam-generating assets from damaging waterside scale formation and corrosion.

It works in tandem with SUEZ’s boiler treatment technologies, including the Solus AP line of all-polymer dispersants for control of deposits in mid- to low-pressure boilers. Additionally, the analyser can be connected to SUEZ’s industry-leading InSight asset platform management solution to leverage data and analytics to maximise productivity and profitability, including on-site non-productive personnel activities.

TrueSense Analyse is applicable in a variety of industries, including food and beverage, pharmaceutical, chemical processing, and general manufacturing.