Ohio-based Doran said that its YardCheck 360 can help off-road fleets rein in tire-related costs and stop problems before they can impact production with continuous monitoring of tire pressure and temperatures, even if the equipment is powered off.
If a monitored tire inside YardCheck 360’s wireless coverage zone has low pressure, a rapid deflation event, or high temperature, fleet managers are notified. This data helps fleets to prevent equipment downtime and reduce their operating costs through scheduling repairs and corrections. This visibility also helps extend trend life, protect casings, and improve fleet safety by minimizing run flats and catastrophic tire failures.
A YardCheck 360 Gate reader creates a wireless coverage zone at a facility. Inside this zone, external, valve stem mounted sensors pass tire pressure and temperature data to a rechargeable battery-powered transceiver on each asset. This data is received by the YardCheck 360 Gate Reader and automatically uploaded to the cloud every 15 minutes for equipment that is powered on and once per day for equipment that is powered off. Current and historical tire pressure and temperature data are visible online and alerts can be set up to be sent out to pre-defined users to correct tire issues faster.
Preventing tire problems helps reduce operating costs and improve safety and efficiency for off road fleets. Designed to handle the extreme environmental conditions found in heavy construction, mining, aggregates, and more, Doran YardCheck 360 tire monitoring systems helps companies mine their own data for the answers to their tire trouble.
In addition to off road operations, Doran YardCheck 360 tire monitoring systems are available for all size and type fleets – from owner-operators to international fleets, including truck/trailers, ready mix/concrete, dump/construction, delivery vehicles, waste & recycling, haz-mat, auto haulers, first responders, people transportation, bulk materials handling, and more. Doran also provides multiple options for fleet managers and equipment maintenance teams to receive real-time tire alerts as well.