CX defines the next generation in process control by fusing recording, control and networking into a single, compact product. It delivers "Out of the box, ready to go" real-time and historical process monitoring. CX controls your process using internal PID loops and/or external controllers. One or more CXs link your process to the networked world with built-in Ethernet, web server, e-mail and FTP functions.
The Japan Steel Works, LTD., Muroran Plant uses the Control and Measurement Station CX2000, UP series program controllers, and UT series digital indicating controllers for operation of its heat treating furnaces. The Japan Steel Works (JSW), LTD., Muroran Plant is located in an industrial area looking over Muroran port in Muroran City, Hokkaido.
The CX1000/CX2000 comes with a carbon potential (CP) computation function, making it optimal for controlling carbon furnaces. The CP control sensors support both zirconia sensors and CO2 analyzers.
The making of ceramics is one of the oldest forms of heat-treating known to man. Clay, silica or some type of high purity alumina is shaped, dried, milled and then baked at extremely high temperatures. This high baking process changes the clay material to stone or glass. Depending on the properties that are desired from the end product will determine the material used and the method of firing the work.
The CX1000/CX2000 comes with a carbon potential (CP) computation function, making it optimal for controlling carbon furnaces. The CX2000 in particular is recommended for continuous carbonizing furnaces as it can perform independent PID control on up to six loops.
The CX1000/CX2000 comes with a carbon potential (CP) computation function, making it optimal for controlling carbon furnaces. In particular, the CX1000 offers temperature control, CP control, and data recording in a single unit, making it optimal for batch-type carbonizing furnaces.
With its carbon potential (CP) value calculation function, the CX1000/CX2000 can be applied to a wide variety of applications involving atmospheric gas carburization, and offers a simple, high costperformance solution for improving quality and efficiency.
CX series instruments provide temperature and pressure computation functions and control of fuel air ratio in a single unit, and achieve improved quality and combustion furnace efficiency in a simple and high cost-performance solution.
Facing serious environmental problems for the whole earth, clean energy using solar, wind, geothermal, tidal, etc... to reduce CO2 emissions is an inevitable matter. Renewable energy providers need economical/reliable/efficient solutions. Yokogawa provides a reliable data acquisition system with high accuracy for measurement and control instruments.
The CX 0 loop/0 ch model is effective for applications in which several different controllers are used such as for control of an electrolyzer. Less expensive than a panel computer, the CX offers unified management, monitoring, and recording of all external controllers.
The CX Series of control and measurement stations monitor furnace temperature in tunnel kiln furnaces and the like using Faceplate and Trend screens that come as standard features.
The CX1000/CX2000 offers an average value computation function making it ideal for controlling temperature and other fluctuating phenomena. The operating status can be controlled in real time, providing operating cost reductions.
MEGTEC Systems, a major manufacturer of Regenerative Thermal Oxidizers in DePere, Wisconsin is now specifying DAQSTATION for use with their equipment. These oxidizers, commonly known as RTOs, are found in Paint Finishing Operations, Chemical, Petro-chemical and Ethanol Production, Ink Coating and Odor Abatement, and many other applications on a global basis.
The CX is an ideal instrument for program control of a vacuum heat treatment furnace, and recording of subsequent data. A screen is available for monitoring of the program status.
Continuous technology improvement is ongoing in the pulp & paper industry to obtain the best possible performance. The improved plant performance translates to the higher quality improvement and lower cost, and simultaneously environmental friendly plant operation.
Yokogawa offers the combination of the Measurement & Control System CX2000 and recipe management software, making it easy for an operator to manage a highly diverse array of recipes. It contributes to increased quality and operating efficiency.
The basic principles of canning have not changed dramatically since Nicholas Appert and Peter Durand developed the process in the 18th century. Heat sufficient to destroy microorganisms is applied to foods packed into sealed, or "airtight" containers. The canned foods are then heated under steam pressure at temperatures of 240-250°F (116-121°C).
Thermal oxidizers, also known as fume incinerators or afterburners, are widely used to control air emissions. Many processes, such as paint baking, drying of printing inks and curing of certain polymers, evolve vapors of flammable, toxic solvents. In the baking or curing oven, these solvent vapors pose an explosion or fire hazard, so they are diluted well below their lower limit of flammability by adding large amounts of dilution air.
The rapid evolution of information technology (IT) has made possible the transmission of a wide range of information in a short period of time, resulting in the transformation of society in aspects such as logistics and business styles. During this transformation, quick assessment of the circumstances and prompt actions were also required in the production lines, making real-time collection of field information indispensable.
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