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Document Type: HUG Document |  Date Authored: 17 Nov 2015 |  Size: 2MB
The presentation discusses Experion Batch Manager (EBM), its architecture, its scalability from 2 to 200 batch units and most importantly, the cost reduction and productivity benefits that it can bring to batch manufacturers.
Document Type: HUG Document |  Date Authored: 22 Jun 2015 |  Size: 2MB
This presentation considers techniques available in Experion controllers applicable to raw material additions via weighing or flow control to optimize raw material usage through accurate additions.
Document Type: HUG Document |  Date Authored: 13 Nov 2014 |  Size: 2MB
This presentation considers the striking new sequence visualization tools and improvements available in Experion Orion for both operators and engineers. These improve efficiency and productivity in a wide range of sequence applications using sequential control modules for any purpose, or when using Experion Batch Manager.
Document Type: HUG Document |  Date Authored: 4 Nov 2013 |  Size: 1MB
This presentation shows the production improvements delivered by Experion Batch Manager, including reduced cycle batch times, increased control system availability, improved analysis capabilities and enhanced operator effectiveness.
Document Type: HUG Document |  Date Authored: 17 Jun 2013 |  Size: 1MB
This presentation will explore the different ways in which operational efficiency and batch reliability can be achieved using these products.
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