Byron, IL, November 03, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Process Industries Corporation is pleased to announce expansion into North Carolina and California.
Process Industries Corporation (PIC) is a technology company dedicated to delivering apps, equipment, bid packages, and training solutions to clients in adaptive automation, aseptic processing, industrial training, process design, and skidded process systems.
With projects as diverse as an ultra-pure reverse osmosis water treatment plant processing 2400 GPM with multiple unit operations, turnkey aseptic processing and packaging, process optimization, production automation, and operations visualization, Process Industries offers a unique blend of talent and experience.
From supplying deionized water to high pressure steam turbines for power generation to adaptive, unattended product batching, Process Industries provides clients with innovation, value, and results. The results of PIC's designs can be found in the water you drink, the electricity you use, in the medicine cabinet, at the hospital, your automobile, in the grocery store, in the classroom, in the office, and in the home.
Operating cost reduction projects engineered, designed, programmed, built, and commissioned:
1. Effective PLC based high efficiency burner pulse fired system management resulting in a 30% reduction in natural gas consumption by operating the burner at maximum efficiency, reducing combustible losses, with adaptive controls.
2. Skidded deionized continuous process water treatment resulting in longer service cycles and a 25% reduction in regenerant chemical usage as a result of optimized resin, process design, and adaptive controls.
3. High efficiency, on demand skidded steam generation, with 25% reduction in fuel consumption by deploying high efficiency burners, adaptive controls, and effective steam counter flow technology.
4. Adaptive product batching process and controls design with mass flow metering, dry and liquid ingredient delivery, and 2 stage final metering, providing repeatable batch accuracy within 0.1%, resulting in optimal ingredient usage.
5. Adaptive CIP process and controls design with automated chemical delivery, solution batching, downstream process valve and line cleaning, step termination based on time and analytical instrumentation, resulting in reduced cleaning cycle times and consistent low baseline chemical consumption.
6. Process Modeling of energy consumption, formation of capital projects, application of adaptive automation, skidded system design, build, delivery, installation, and commission.
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