batch control


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batch control

(1) The management of documents or electronic media that have been grouped, cataloged and are waiting for processing. See batch processing.

(2) An industrial control application that makes products in vats and tanks rather than in a continuous series of processes that flow from one stage to the next. See process control.
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Food companies are seen to benefit from functionality such as quality management, batch control and RFID-enabled tracking and tracing.
The Eclipse 5000 Series can be used for general purpose weighing, checkweighing, manual batching or batch control.
General Kinematics feeders and charging systems give you precise automated batch control, optional scrap drying and other charge enhancement capabilities.
Previously, batch control was managed using a fragmented suite of mainframe-based tools, creating limited visibility into operations while wasting time and money.
For prepackaging minor additives in low-melting poly bags (suitable for direct addition to mixers), small powder system has batch control of 16 bins with auto-bag form/ fill/seal.
Assuming you have stringent batch control, you should also be able to identify precisely which shipment of raw materials delivered to the factory went into that batch.
Function blocks and batch control logic reside in the same module.
Plant Communication - With iCrete Link, producers can remotely establish bi-directional communication with their plant assets and without ripping and replacing their legacy execution systems, including batch control, dispatch, quality control, truck tracking and fleet and fuel maintenance, among others.
The provision of digital protection distance and connection of differential can also be a specific lot, linked or not the batch control digital control of major positions.
The probe relays real-time measurements to the batch control operator, who has full insight into the effects of mixing time, batch sequencing, and mix design materials on form- or bed-bound concrete.
HOLLiAS AMS (Asset Management System), Batch Control, SIS (Safety Instrumentation System), MES (Manufacturing Execution System), and other family members can be integrated seamlessly together, in order to offer our customers a total automation solution from head to toe.
When the customer is ready to serve, the product is taken out of refrigerated storage and re-heated in hot water whilst still in the plastic casings in which it has been stored, resulting in effortless batch control.