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Process Control & Automation

Refining, combining, handling, and otherwise manipulating fluids to profitably produce end products can be a precise, demanding, and potentially hazardous process. Small changes in operation can have a large impact on the end result. Variations in proportions, temperature, flow, turbulence, and many other factors must be carefully and consistently controlled to produce the desired end product with a minimum of raw materials and energy. Process control technology is the tool that enables manufacturers to keep their operations running within specified limits and to set more precise limits to maximize profitability, ensure quality and safety.

Control in process industries refers tо the regulation оf all aspects оf the operation. Precise control оf level, temperature, pressure, and flow is important in many applications. In this department, you can find a wide range of process control and automation equipment.

Control in process industries refers tо the regulation оf all aspects оf the operation. Precise control оf level, temperature, pressure and flow is important in many activity applications. This department introduces you a wide choice of Process Control and Automation Equipment for automated industries, explains why control is important, and identifies different ways in which precise control is ensured.

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Process, when we are talking about operation control and process industry, refers to the methods of changing or refining raw materials to create end products. The raw materials, which either pass through or remain in a liquid, gaseous, or slurry (a mix of solids and liquids) state during the process, are transferred, measured, mixed, heated or cooled, filtered, stored, or handled in some other way to produce the end product.

Process industries include the chemical industry, the oil and gas industry, the food and beverage industry, the pharmaceutical industry, the utilities & water treatment industry, and the power industry.

Process control refers to the methods that are used to control process variables when manufacturing a product. For example, factors such as the proportion of one ingredient to another, the temperature of the materials, how well the ingredients are mixed, and the pressure under which the materials are held can significantly impact the quality of the product. Manufacturers control the production process for three reasons:

  • Reduce variability
  • Increase efficiency
  • Ensure safety