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Visualization Modules

PI Plugin - Health Exhaust Temperature Profile

Quickly and easily add more than 80 advanced visualizations to your PI System 

Skip the complexity of custom configuration with these proven, ready-to-go, PI System advanced visualization plugins.

Plugin Features

  • Clear insights tailored to your environment
  • Customizations for industry norms
  • Manufacturer curves for easy reference and additional insight
  • Custom tagging and configuration options
  • Accessible calculation formulae – no black box mysteries

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  • Boiler
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Combustion Gas Turbine Air Filter Change Advisor

This PI System plugin uses financial modeling to determine the most economically advantageous time to replace the CT Compressor Air Inlet Filter.

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Combustion Gas Turbine Offline Wash Advisor

This PI System plugin provides a real-time calculation and polar plot of exhaust gas temperatures and maps to the originating combustion chamber.

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Combined Cycle Plant Operations Cost Analysis

This PI System plugin identifies opportunities for immediate savings by comparing operational parameters to expected values.

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Combined Cycle Plant Power Market Wise

This PI System plugin provides a complete package for market based power plants to effectively manage their assets.

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Combined Cycle Model with Weather-based Capacity Forecast

This PI System plugin reads weather forecast and inserts hourly conditions into the model.

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