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Design and implementation of a PLC based control system for a prototype 1500 Amp Arc Spray Metallizing System. This system is now in full production. Implementation of robotics for fully automating the task of metal spraying ship and bridge parts.

Metallizing
Conveyors

Design and implementation of controls for a conveyor system with a package identification scanner. A PC-based system was used for data acquisition. A 60% increase in conveyor up-time.

Design and installation of power distribution and control systems for both wet and dry electrostatic precipitators. High voltage control and safety interlocking were incorporated to provide safe and efficient operation.

MCC Room
Chemical Plant

Design and installation of a DCS based control system for control of a chemical manufacturing facility. The system provided continuous control for the reaction and purification sections while providing batch control of catalyst recovery and production. ($37 million project)

Design and installation of a DCS based control system in an Arkansas chemical manufacturing facility. The system provided control of a complex vacuum system, as well as multiple stripping and distillation sections. ($45 million project)

Chemical Dyes and Pigments
Cargo Ship

Design and installation of an Allen-Bradley PLC based control system of a ballast water treatment research project. A-B's RSView32 running on a laptop was used for the HMI and data acquisition.

Design and installation of a DCS based control system at a chemical manufacturing facility. The system provided continuous control of a spray drying system and a methanol distillation column, and batch control of monomer make-up and polymerization reactions. ($16 million project)

Chemical Polymers
Generator

Design and installation of a microprocessor based control system to keep track of purchased power based on a thirty-minute demand cycle, control turbine generators, and load shed 73 MW of facility demand. A $1 million savings in energy costs in the first year of installation.


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