Honeywell Launches Controledge Programmable Logic Controller

ControlEdge PLC, joined with Honeywell’s Experion® Process Knowledge System (PKS), provides safe connectivity and tight integration to devices from multiple vendors, with simple settings, efficient operations, and reduced care. ControlEdge PLC uses OPC UA built-in and protocol cyber security for easy integration to a variety of equipment, instruments and applications from multiple sellers. ControlEdge PLC is the first PLC to offer Universal I/O, providing remote configuration and late design change flexibility for improved project implementation. By leveraging Honeywell’s LEAP™ job execution methodology and Universal I/O technology when joined “Designed to…

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INEOS Oligomer Confirms LAO Unit Construction

The capacity of the LAO unit will reach 420 thousand metric tons annually (ktpa), which is 20% greater as compared to the initial statement. The new unit will prove as a further measure in the development strategies for LAO business. Additionally, it will complement the units that are old in Canada, Alberta, Belgium, Feluy, and Joffre. INEOS Oligomers Company Manager, Joe Walton said, “We continue to consider our marketplace and technology focus, combined with our access to USGC ethylene economics, make this an extremely attractive opportunity. Therefore, our supreme decision…

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One year to go until UK heads into the open water market

April 2016 has come around quickly, and in 12 short months will see the non-domestic water marketplace open in England. The challenges of adapting for deregulation have started. Some of the comparatively small water companies have assessed the situation and already chose to withdraw from your non-national retail market. Others have until October this year to determine how make their plans known, and they want to go forward. Whether you decide to change or prefer to renegotiate terms with your current provider, it will help to have your water data…

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Technology trends 2016: Augmented Reality and 3D printing

While Augmented reality and 3D printing have both already existed for a while, these two emerging technologies are anticipated to continue hitting the headlines in 2016, according to Gartner Inc. Lots of articles have already discussed about 3D printing truly operates. It’s the procedure for making an electronic file made with CAD (Computer Aided Design) or animation modeling software into a solid thing in the real universe. 3D printing lets you take your ideas from concept into creation. Businesses including HP Inc. and Autodesk are buying into this market and…

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Endress Hauser Releases Memograph M RSG45 Data Manager

A compact device that can function as a data-acquisition program for process-control programs, the M Information Manager is released by Hauser. The RSG45 gets up to 14 distinct and 20 worldwide/HART analogue input signals from process sensors, displays detector information on its 7-inch multi-color TFT display, records the information internally, functions mathematics computations and alarm tests, and carries the information to your Computer or any handle method via Ethernet, RS 232/485, Modbus, Profibus-DP or PROFINET electronic communication links. Information also can be saved into the USB or the interface into…

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A strong appetite for Brand Britain’s food and drink exporters

With over 75% of Food and Drink exporters in my own region, Yorkshire and the Humber, anticipating their export sales to rise in another quarter, there’s tremendous chances available for business. ‘God’s own county’ should be known as God’s larder, with consumers round the world hungry for the food and drinks produced in Yorkshire. New research by UKTI demonstrates three quarters of drink and food manufacturers desire to break into international trade. But what would be the challenges, and what will be the chances for these companies abroad they need…

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Oman turns to WEG to boost gas recovery

A leading international producer of motor and drive technology, WEG, said it’s helped the energy sector in Oman to enrich gas retrieval in a significant depletion job in the sultanate. Realizing maximum productivity from gas and oil fields is the prime target for the petrochemical sector but the extraction procedure becomes harder as fields become depleted, said the UK business in a statement. Fostering extraction from depleting reservations is a part of a $33 billion project which intends to improve Oman’s hydrocarbon generation capacities and help its economic base broadens….

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Schlumberger Introduces AxeBlade Ridged Diamond Element Bit

Smith Parts, a Schlumberger company, announced today the launch of the AxeBlade* ridged stone element bit, which comprises not old -geometry Ax* ridged stone components across the bit face. AxeBlade bits enhance rate of transmission (ROP) in a broad range of clusters and directing response in online applications. “The drillbit market is performance-powered and attempts poly crystalline diamond compact (PDC) parts that provide distinguished performance in ROP,” said Murat Aksoy, president, Pieces & Drilling Tools, Schlumberger. “The reducing efficiency produced by the AxeBlade bit handles our clients by helping to…

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Protection Of Offshore Platform Caisson Legs With Vapour Phase Corrosion Inhibitors

Protection With Vapour Phase Corrosion Inhibitors Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company Of Offshore Platform Caisson Legs is a significant manufacturer of oil and gas in the offshore areas of Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates. This sizeable UAE oil company manages multiple barge-type off shore platforms constructed on caisson legs. Gas accumulation inside the restrained compartment around an offshore platform caisson leg caused a surge. The petrol was found to be hydrogen generated by the depleted anodes in the caisson leg. A study of the surge that was deadly…

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New shredding operation boosts SRF production capabilities in South Korea

A new Solid Recovered Fuel (SRF) production facility is currently fully functional in Wonju city, South Korea, thanks to the expertise of world-wide shredding firm UNTHA and local associate PERITUS. With the new system in place, pre-sorted C&D waste and C&I waste, is being shredded to create a homogenous 50mm fuel for the cement industry. The UNTHA XR3000C shredder with cutting theory was chosen following a series of trials at UNTHA’s Austrian headquarters. Demonstrations showed the technology could achieve throughputs of 60-70 tonnes daily, with extent to almost double that…

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