process control system

process control system

[′prä‚səs kən‚trōl ‚sis·təm]
(control systems)
The automatic control of a continuous operation.
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Contract notice: construction of a monoclaved sludge incineration plant at the location of zkw mainz, lot 11 extension process control system.
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In addition to the main equipment, the order includes preparation of the bleaching chemicals as well as Metso Automation's process control system with necessary field instruments.
This article describes how one process control system is being used to meet CGI's stringent production requirements.
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The combined systems will form a unified process control system for the global CVD/CMP module.
The Sentry 2000 process control system provides complete control and monitoring of multiple extruders, multiple lines and large process applications from silo to wind-up.
The process control system is useful only if it contributes to improving the performance of the process.
Honeywell's Printa Process Control System will allow HQP to provide a faster, cost-effective and superior product to meet the ever-increasing expectations of retail customers and UK newspaper readers.
When upgrading a process control system, minimizing the cost of change is key.
The SinterCast System 2000 process control system will initially be installed at Teksid's plant in Crescentino, Italy but the agreement allows the technology to be implemented at any of the company's nine iron foundries worldwide.
Adaptive to a wide range of applications, the module enables users to configure an injection process control system for a one- or two-valve system; proportional or servo valves; open- or closed-loop control for each phase in the cycle; injection/fill control mode choices of velocity vs.

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