Articles

on 'Safety Instrumented Systems'

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  • Letters To The Editor

    Readers respond to overfilling, engineers in Congress and are puzzled by the Puzzler.

    09/23/2010
  • Do You Really Need SIL 3?

    Process plants rarely require that high a safety integrity level for instrumented protection.

    Alan G. King, ABB Engineering Services
    01/04/2010
  • Keep operations safe

    A four-phase risk reduction strategy can play a crucial role

    Angela E. Summers and William H. Hearn, SIS-TECH Solutions
    07/16/2008
  • Thanks for the memories...

    As the end of the year approaches it's always tempting to look back and review what’s happened over the past 12 months. For Mike Spear though, he's about to head off into the welcoming arms of retirement.

    Mike Spear
    12/03/2007
  • Equipment & Services: April

    Chemical Processing's Equipment & Services feature provides a variety of production equipment, supplier services and parts.

    04/13/2007
  • Get full value from partial stroking

    There are two main drivers for partial stroking of valves in safety systems: the desire to extend manual test intervals to as long as possible; and to reduce the amount of redundant hardware required for higher safety integrity levels. Like most things in life, it all boils down to one thing: trying to save money.

    Paul Gruhn, ICS Triplex
    03/20/2007
  • Tips and traps

    Following some partial stroke testing tips can make the process easier. Read on for more tips.

    Paul Gruhn, ICS Triplex
    03/20/2007
  • Pilot plants: destined for development

    Pilot plants are on the verge of an unprecedented evolution. Read about the 10 factors that'll impact the design, construction and operation of these next-generation units.

    Richard Palluzi, ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Co.
    06/28/2006
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