This whitepaper is geared towards the process control engineer who has been tasked with implementing PlantPAx in their facility. Before starting, however, there are some key factors to be aware of that will make your installation go much more smoothly.
This white paper presents the best practices based on years of studying codes, attending (SESHA) seminars, collaborating with safety professionals and designing world class toxic gas monitoring systems. It cover four main topics:
This white paper explores the top reasons why you should perform an Arc Flash Analysis for your facility including:
Also, 7 steps to complete the analysis and get an answer to one very important question.
This white paper will explore some of the key questions that should be asked prior to planning an upgrade to an obsolete control system.
This white paper will define Commissioning (Cx) and gives an overview of a project’s phases from a commissioning standpoint. It outlines what is involved in each phase, explains the role of the Commissioning V-Model, and discusses how it can be used by all members of the team to help reduce the number of complaints from building occupants.
Replacing a DC motor with an AC motor is not as simple as buying a new motor with the same horsepower rating and installing it in place of the old one. For a successful conversion, many details must be addressed.
As time goes on and industry advances and grows, so do the hazards and dangers to the workers that keep things moving along. The latest version 2018, has several changes over the prior version 2015.
This white paper will provide you with a planning tool and some ideas that will help you to convert your Allen-Bradley PLC5 to ControlLogix.
It provides valuable information in these areas:
Every Toxic Gas Monitoring System can benefit from the best practices learned over 20 years of experience. This white paper shares five important lessons and best practices of toxic gas monitoring system design.
With an OSHA compliance deadline of September 7, 2020 for completing a Dust Hazard Analysis (DHA), and existing requirements already in place, it is a good time to revisit the “new” NFPA 652 Standard on the Fundamentals of Combustible Dust.
“Do I have to have an engineer to do this project?” is a good question but a better one is “Can I get any value out of having an engineer involved in my project?”
In this whitepaper, we share three common misconceptions that cause project managers to lose out on the value of working with an engineer: