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A new control system for smart control of separators

By Chemical Engineering |

Andritz Group

The new Metris addIQ (photo) is a state-of-the-art digital control system for separation applications. Metris addIQ provides added value by enhancing availability and minimizing production costs through increased equipment efficiency and fewer operating errors. Metris addIQ control systems enable users to analyze and optimize separation processes. Features like predictive analysis allow operators to optimize availability and take preventive action to avoid downtime. Capacity and quality are easy to control and enhance with customizable systems. The Metris addIQ control system is based on the latest PLC (programmable logic control) and HMI (human-machine interface) technologies and has an integrated fail-safe system. The company offers various Metris addIQ packages, thus allowing every business involved in solid/liquid separation to optimize its performance — whether a huge municipal wastewater operation or a niche family brewery. — Andritz Group, Graz, Austria

www.andritz.com

 

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