A Service Perspective on Upgrades

For the past month we’ve been talking all about upgrading an LFL System. We’ve touched upon the life expectancy of an older system, using the most up-to-date advancements in both software and hardware platforms, operating under the safest conditions possible and even addressed common problems that plague an older system in harsh industrial environments. 

Does your High Temperature Process Need an LFL Upgrade?

Due to the nature of high temperature processes, those operating above 200°C, some older model LFL Systems have a life expectancy of 10-15 years. In critical applications like these, it is essential to ensure that the LFL System is up to date and fully operational, if not, it might be time for an upgrade.

There are 2 common areas of the LFL System that are often affected by the inherent demands of running a process at high temperatures:

Can an upgrade improve your safety AND productivity?

Safety directives from various agencies have changed over the years to reflect the many scientific advances we have made as a society for our workforce, the environment, and a company’s facility. That’s why its essential to make sure that your current LFL system is operating up to code and under the safest conditions possible.

A Technically Fit Upgrade

Last week we discussed the age of an LFL system, now let’s focus our upgrade discussion on another important issue that effects the efficiency and productivity of your system. 

Out with the Old and In with the New

Last week we raised the question of how old is too old for an LFL system, specifically is your system 15 years or older?