The Chemical and Petroleum Industries Division (also known as ChemPID) is organized within the Industry and Sciences Department of ISA. ChemPID aims to contribute to the professional involved in the processing of chemicals, petrochemicals, petroleum, and natural gas.  From raw materials to products ChemPID strives to advance best practices in: Safety, Environmental, Production Efficiency, Operations, Process Control, and Automation. With global competition no operation can run the same year after year.  Your plant is either improving or declining.  ChemPID is here to give you the tools you need to improve your plant!

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  • Adding to what Jonas has linked to, Emerson's AMS Device Manager has multiple capabilities to support some of the above tasks. AMS Device Manager supports integration to well known documenting calibrators such as those from Fluke and Beamex. It's easy to schedule and create ...

  • Hello everyone, I am Andrés Arrieta . I'm from Ecuador, I am an automation and controls engineer, I work for an integrator company in Ecuador. I enjoy learning more about the new trends in the automation fields. I have experience with PLC's, SCADAS, HMI and Funtional Safety ...

  • AMS Device Manager does at least a few of those. See both the main software framework capabilities plus SNAP-ON apps: https://www.emerson.com/en-sg/automation/asset-performance-management/field-device-management/asset-management-software/ams-device-manager ------------------------------ ...

  • Hello Michael, I have used Procal in the past for the Pharma industry (not my decision, the customer was already using that software). It is an OK software and get the job done, at least for most tasks you mentioned above. However, I personally found the interface quite ...

  • Thermocouples in catalyst beds???? If yes, they are not redundant measurements. While this might be the voting in the SPLC. This is not the voting in the SIF definition. So a much simpler SIL Calc and beta factor estimation exercise. ------------------------------ Michael ...

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