TrackingCode is a unique label for precise identification of a hose and coupling. You can use TrackingCode to streamline your planned downtime and reduce stoppage time in connection with emergency hose replacements.
TrackingCode is Hydroscand's hose labelling service and means that a label with a unique code is attached to the fitted hose. In the Hydroscand system, you can then use the code to quickly read all information about the hose structure, such as hose type, line component, any accessories, and when and where the hose assembly was performed.
When you later need to replace the hose, you can just enter the code to quickly order a new, identical hose structure.
The hose label is very durable and resists UV radiation, corrosion and various media such as hydraulic oil.
Saving time and costs
With TrackingCode, you can stay one step ahead and easily order the right hose for the right application, even before a scheduled downtime. Then you have the right hoses at hand before the downtime, which makes the disassembly and assembly process both time-efficient and cost-effective.
Reduced environmental impact
A broken hose marked with a TrackingCode does not need to be dismantled in order for you to know which hose and which couplings you need. The code of the hose structure contains all the information you need for the staff at your nearest Hydroscand branch to produce exactly the same item for you.
You can then fit the new hose immediately after dismantling the broken hose, thereby minimizing the risks of environmentally hazardous oil leakage.
Schedule your maintenance using TrackingCode
TrackingCode is very helpful for stock-taking, inspection and diagnostics of your existing hose assembly. The unique code then gives you all information you need about when the hose assembly was performed and when it may need to be replaced.
Hydroscand's staff can help you as a customer to examine, identify and label your existing hoses with TrackingCode. This will provide you with knowledge about the condition of your existing hoses and when they should be replaced, which could form the basis for a future maintenance plan.
Thanks to the labelling of your hoses, you can then replace them in time to reduce the risk of hose failure. This allows you to increase safety and minimize the risk of accidents and negative environmental impact.