Inkoel automation solution helps SOCAR maximize Kalmaz gas storage capacity and improve efficiency and safety. Inkoel upgrades to Endress+Hauser level and interface measurement technology, removing water from produced crude oil faster and better.
Baku, Azerbaijan. December 17, 2012 - Most crude oil production requires treatment to remove water. The crude oil must generally be free of water before it can be sold and transported in pipelines. Inkoel MMC in collaboration with Endress+Hauser has helped Binagadi Oil Company to remove water from produced crude oil faster and better.
Binagadi Oil has replaced unreliable ultrasonic and capacitance-based level measurement devices with new Levelflex FMP55 multi-parameter transmitters and Tank Gauging System from Endress+Hauser.
A common measurement in the oil production is detecting the interface level between oil and water in the tank. Emulsion always exists between oil and free water.The FMP55 guided wave radar is used to monitor the level and interface of oil and interface in 3 process tanks. High and low point level detection devices Liquiphant M FTL51 provide overfill prevention at the tanks. The Endress+Hauser FMP55 level transmitter combines guided wave and capacitance technologies, making it especially suitable for measuring interfaces with emulsion layers. The Levelflex FMP55 guided wave radar is enhanced with groundbreaking Sensor Fusion technology to offer best-in-class guided radar measurement for interface levels with emulsion layers. It combines the tried and trusted level monitoring capabilities of capacitance level measurement with the all the advantages of guided radar continuous monitoring in a single instrument to provide accurate, reliable interface level and overall level measurement. Redundant interface detection guarantees safe operation.
The Endress+Hauser Tank Gauging system provides inventory control with accurate data of level, volume and temperature at 3 additional storage tanks. The Tank Gauging System consists of the Tank Side Monitor NRF590, the non-contacting radar level transmitter FMR240 and the intrinsically safe multi-signal converter with precision average temperature sensor Prothermo NMT532. Each Tank Side Monitor NRF590 acquires data from the tank measurement transmitters via intrinsically safe 2 wire HART multidrop communication, displays at the on-site display and transfers the measured and calculated values to the upper level tank inventory system by EIA-485 Modbus interface.
Tank farm automation is now easier and less costly with the integration of Endress+Hauser Tank Gauging System and the Rockwell Automation digital automation system CompactLogix™ 1769. The more accurate and reliable tank automation system from Inkoel MMC has helped the customer to increase safety, reduce shutdowns and increase production.
About Inkoel MMC
Inkoel MMC provides instrument and automation solutions in the oil and gas, refining, chemical, water and wastewater treatment, food and beverage, mining and other industries. The company collaborates with selected partners to help customers reduce system integration costs, improve operational and maintenance efficiency using best-inclass production of automation manufactures such as Rockwell Automation, Endress+Hauser, Metso, Phoenix Contact, Rittal, Leoni Kerpen and many others.
Endress+Hauser is trusted by more than 100,000 customers to make their processes safe, efficient and environmentally friendly. We offer a range of measurement products, including level, flow, pressure, temperature, analytical and complete engineered solutions designed to help customers acquire, transmit, control and record process information needed to manage operations in a safe, reliable and profitable manner.
Tim Jager is a PE and Project Director at DMC, a Siemens Solution Partner, and has been working as a systems integrator for the better part of two decades. This article is based on a presentation he gave at this summer’s Automation Summit in which he shared advice on how to get the most out of your relationship with a systems integrator.
A systems integrator is a person or company that specializes in bringing together component subsystems into a whole and ensuring that those subsystems function together, a practice known as systems integration. (Systems integrators recognized by Siemens are known as Siemens Solution Partners.)
There are three essential questions to ask about working with a systems integrator: When to use one? How to select one? And what to do to ensure a successful relationship?
Our Bulletin 1783 Stratix® 5950 security appliance combines several enhanced security functions into a single appliance to help protect your industrial automation infrastructure.
As part of our security offering, this product builds on common network security technologies. These technologies help provide enhanced access control, threat detection, and application visibility in your industrial control system (ICS).
Includes enhanced security capabilities like deep packet inspection (DPI) technology, to help detect, prevent, and/or respond to potentially malicious traffic between devices.
Provides informed decision-making on the plant floor with Cisco ASA and FirePOWER technologies for threat detection and prevention capabilities based on configured security policies.
Offers a subscription license that provides a term-based solution for threat and application control updates with TechConnect℠ support.
Provides an industrially-hardened, DIN-rail mountable platform to meet the environmental demands of the plant floor.
Передовые системы управления периодическими процессами на современном производстве должны быть гибкими и масштабируемыми, обеспечивать реальное распределенное управление и обладать высокой динамичностью. Всеми этими качествами обладает новое решение SequenceManager от Rockwell Automation, позволяющее надежно и гибко задавать последовательность действий в контроллере при управлении периодическими процессами в модульном, автономном и индивидуальном оборудовании.
Используя возможности контроллерной платформы Logix от компании Rockwell Automation, решение SequenceManager позволяет оператору задавать, просматривать и получать важную информацию о сохраненных в контроллере последовательностях действий для партий, повышая прозрачность и доступность данных на всех этапах производственного процесса.
«Решение SequenceManager позволяет пользователю реализовать быстрое и надежное исполнение последовательности операций с низкими затратами на оборудование для автономных устройств или комплектных модульных систем», говорит Дэн Апдайк, менеджер по продукции компании Rockwell Automation. «Это масштабируемое решение делает современные возможности управления периодическими процессами доступными для малых и средних систем».
Neles NDX valve controller provides a solution for all valve brands in a wide range of applications regardless of customer or industry. The product delivers all the robustness and reliability you’d expect from a valve controller by Metso. At the same time it is extremely easy to install and use.
Features: Optimized performance, superior diagnostics and data storage capabilities, local and remote configuration, easy interpretation of diagnostics data, low air consumption, reliable and robust design, device self diagnostics.
The Automation Fair® event is the ideal opportunity to discover how The Connected Enterprise can help you achieve faster time to market, optimize your assets, lower your total cost of ownership and improve enterprise risk.
Expand your knowledge of the latest control, power and information technologies in the hands-on labs, technical sessions and forums;
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Over the years, automation users have complained about being locked into an industrial automation vendor’s system architecture. ExxonMobil has had enough of proprietary, closed systems and they are leading the charge to build the next generation, multi-vendor automation system. ExxonMobil’s announcement was major news at last week’s 2016 ARC Forum in Orlando, Florida. The Forum’s theme was “Industry in Transition: Navigating the New Age of Innovation.” ExxonMobil has engaged Lockheed Martin to build a multi-vendor interoperable prototype that is a standards-based, open, secure, and interoperable architecture, with commercially available software and hardware components. Lockheed Martin has deep experience with these types of systems from its other business and engineering activities.
ExxonMobil is not alone in this quest. Industry 4.0 and Industry 4.0 for Process initiatives in Europe have already adopted some world standards including ISA95, OPC UA and PLCopen with the objective of achieving multi-vendor, open interoperability. These groups would do well to collaborate.