DILO Direct has released Direct-Track, an on-line tool used to track and manage SF6 inventory throughout a user’s system while tracking SF6 events that ultimately lead to state and federal reporting.
In collaboration with local utilities and adapting a proven method on SF6 management, Direct-Track has been developed as an on-line tool available to utility and industrial SF6 Gas users that require an effective and efficient program to manage and account for the SF6 in their system, and specifically track the mass of SF6 in all equipment. The most important feature of Direct-Track is its ability to provide state and federal reporting with only a click of a button.
“I am very excited about our Direct-Track SF6 management tool. Our customers and our industry have had a significant gap in having a stream-lined and traceable reporting tool that lines up with not only the state and federal emission and usage reporting regulations, but also with all other SF6 users’ processes for SF6 emissions and inventory accountability.” said Lukas Rothlisberger, CEO of DILO.
Effective Jan. 1, 2016, Direct-Track was online and available to SF6 users domestically.
“Direct-Track is a web-based system that was designed to provide a high-level understanding of inventory, along with a powerful single-click report generation feature.” stated Max Arnheiter, IT professional & Direct-Track Design project manager.
In addition to managing a user’s SF6 inventory and support regulatory reporting, the tool also supports management of calibration and maintenance of SF6 handling, analyzing and weight scale measuring devices by tracking due dates.
“There are many features which cannot be described in one single sentence. But one thing I can easily say, is that your job as an EH&S professional gathering information from the field on SF6 events or as an individual responsible to account for SF6 inventory in cylinders, GIE and SF6 handling devices will be easier thanks to all the features Direct-Track offers!” said Billy Lao, general manager of DILO Direct.