Honeywell Expands Partnership With SKF

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Honeywell has expanded its partnership with SKF as part of its PKS Advantage Program. Additional SKF solutions now available as part of the relationship include SKF @ptitude Analyst condition monitoring suite and SKF Multilog Online System DMx to support the Honeywell Asset Management solution.

The PKS Advantage Program is a Honeywell sponsored collaborative program that engages other best-in-class suppliers of automation solutions and allows them to integrate their products with Honeywell's Experion Process Knowledge System (PKS), giving end users greater flexibility in choosing complete solutions for their businesses.

Program participants closely collaborate to integrate and apply data and information throughout Experion PKS. Results include improved asset availability and effectiveness, optimized process throughput and work processes, and lower costs of ownership, operations and maintenance.   

The Program provides openness and integration of member products within the Experion PKS automation infrastructure, and the alliance with SKF is beneficial for customers of both companies. It includes Cape Software, Flowserve, Flow Control Division, Metso Automation, Pepperl+Fuchs, Purelink Technology, Redline Communications, Turck, and others.
 
For more information, visit http://www.honeywell.com.

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