Bartol Mag-Probe Can Dramatically Reduce Downtime
Downtime Definition (Lost Potential Revenue)
The term downtime is used to refer to periods when a system is unavailable. Downtime or outage duration refers to a period of time that a system fails to provide or perform its primary function. Reliability, availability, recovery, and unavailability are related concepts. The unavailability is the proportion of a time-span that a system is unavailable or offline. This is usually a result of the system failing to function because of an unplanned event, or because of routine maintenance (a planned event).
One of the worst things that can happen to any industry or company that relies on the functionality of it’s equipment, is losing it’s equipments functionality. Depending on how much a product or service costs a company due to the loss of comfort or production will determine how much savings they will realize when using a Mag-Probe. Many times a faulty solenoid valve or relay can cost a company thousands of dollars as they wait for a solution during the trouble shooting process.
Most companies use the Mag-Probe to reduce downtime by conducting their initial tests when separating electrical from mechanical problems on solenoid valves or relays. Mag-Probe saves valuable minutes when getting systems and services up and running. In the Gas and Oil industry downtime can cost millions. In the elevator industry it can save executives valuable time in busy high rise buildings. The list goes on and on and on.
In a down sliding world economy it’s not just how much money you make that increases profits but how much money you save while you are making money. Typically the ROI when using the Mag-Probe is one test. This is astronomical considering the price of a Mag-Probe varies around $50.00.
The Bartol Mag-Probe is Intrinsically Safe, Waterproof, Corrosion Resistant, and can be used in +160 F to the to -80 F. It can be used on the largest contactors when using the protective white shield which protects it from detecting overlapping magnetic fields, to the smallest ice cube relays and solenoid valves on aircraft, elevators and many industrial production lines.
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