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These process-control systems conform to safety standards

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Charles Ross & Son

Charles Ross & Son

SysCon control systems (photo) can be custom-designed for virtually any industrial process, including mixing, pumping, chemical dosing, dilution, heat exchange, separation, drying and waste treatment. Based on process-logic control schemes, these systems are routinely supplied with a recipe-sequencing program, calibration menus, trending screens, data-acquisition (SCADA) packages, operator-friendly alarms and advanced safety features. Process variables are controlled and displayed from a responsive color touchscreen, and can be automatically stored for seamless monitoring and reporting. All SysCon control systems are built to conform to NFPA 79 standards. Enclosures and cabinets are compliant with NEMA 12 for non-hazardous environments, NEMA 7 and 9 for explosion-proof requirements or NEMA 4X (stainless steel) for washdown applications. — Charles Ross & Son Co., Hauppauge, N.Y.