Operationalize Your SF6 Compliance Needs

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Operationalize Your SF6 Compliance Needs

Achieving a 1% SF6 emissions rate will require that you and your team go beyond business as usual.

That’s why our team remains focused on creating innovative software solutions for gas management, which is why we are excited to announce our new way to track SF6 emissions: 

 

SF6 Now Has Its Own Logic in Trakref

SF6 (sulfur hexafluoride) now has its own logic and remains asset-based delivering all the needed functionality for Subpart DD and to support all stakeholder needs.

This logic was built in cooperation with substation maintenance teams over the course of 14 months. So now you have a tested, proven exciting new opportunity to speed reports, streamline work, and bring an end to useless inaccurate spreadsheets. 

Yes, we’re proud of what we built to help you achieve your SF6 compliance goals.

Your team works outside and so does Trakref.

We are introducing simple to access drop-downs, bar code scanners, and pre-loaded logic to keep things simple for your team and give managers the access the expect. 

Reports that help you isolate issues and plans

  • Corporate wide leak rate
  • Cylinder rental/history/use/locator
  • Gas acquisitions
  • Gas disbursements
  • Inventory summary
  • Leak rate report
  • Location maintenance report
  • Open work orders report
  • Service event transaction report

Built to reflect the way your teams work

  • Track cylinder history and use
  • Measure your installed gas capacity
  • Track items that are important to you
  • Push-button access to Subpart DD reports in real-time
  • Review ARB report for summary
  • Expanded search to enable color, height, and vendor

If you would like to learn more about how Trakref’s new SF6 logic delivers manageable, reliable reporting within minutes, check out our SF6 release notes now. 

Get the SF6 Release Notes

As always, thanks for joining us, and be sure to tune in next week on our blog.

Stay tuned! 

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