Chemical Processing Special Report: How to Succeed with VFDs
Medium voltage variable frequency drives (VFDs) are often the best choice to capitalize on opportunities to significantly reduce the operating and maintenance costs associated with relatively large rotating equipment. Even a seemingly modest energy savings of a few percent of the operating load can translate into significant energy savings. In this special report we take a look at how to make the most of VFDs: how optimum performance depends upon proper installation and control; how controlling the speed of VFDs can help eliminate waste and promote efficiency, reliability and quality and; considerations for changing drive speed over pumps. Download now.
Know Your TCO: A look at Medium Voltage VFDs
Medium voltage VFDs are high cost, high consideration assets that greatly improve process control and efficiency in manufacturing facilities. It is vital that you and your company understand the TCO of this asset. Download the white paper for more information.
Six Ways to Sustainability through Document & Business Processing
Employ key "green" business technologies to reduce paper consumption, as well as comply with key regulations. Discover how Business Process Management and Document Management solutions can significantly slash material costs, while improving user productivity.
The Green Solution
The ever present emphasis on technological efficiency is just one of several forces behind the pressure on companies to "go green" despite a trying economy. The ultimate criterion that determines whether a motor is truly green is energy efficiency. Technology, long the key to efficiency, can help resolve this issue.
MES Harmonization in a Multi-Site, Multi-Country and Multi-Cultural Environment
Case Study of a Plant to Enterprise Solution
This white paper describes a case study of a real-life case harmonizing thirteen chemicals plants on one MES platform and bringing the plant floor at enterprise
level the Plant to Enterprise initiative (P2E) . The chemical plants are located on seven different production sites in four European countries: The Netherlands,
Germany, Denmark and Sweden.
Special Report: Chemical Industry Sees Green
For years the industry has been talking green. But what real strides have been made? Will a Presidential Executive Order compel the industry to speed up efforts to actually go green? While pollution prevention was the original goal of green chemistry, todays efforts promise to have a substantial economic impact. This Special Report will bring you up to speed on fruitful efforts to go green including an update on the growing interest in bio-based feedstocks.