NHP understands that achieving greater efficiency in your plant operations results in greater productivity and savings.
That said, achieving such process efficiency is only possible with the latest technology and when it comes to water and wastewater applications, this is no exception.
An older Distributed Control System (DCS) is typically not capable of running a modern process plant at optimum levels.
With many process plants today still running an outdated DCS, businesses are experiencing higher maintenance and operating costs associated with supporting this legacy hardware.
Upgrading to the next generation automation system will provide many benefits including an overall superior performance.
Lowering overall plant operating costs, reducing downtime and lowering maintenance costs are just a few of the measures used to provide sufficient return on investment, as well as justifying an upgrade.
To help understand the benefits of greater process, NHP has put together a detailed whitepaper which explores the different ways in which a new automation system can deliver superior performance when compared to a typically older DCS.
Areas that are covered include, but aren’t limited to, advanced process control, integration with other manufacturing related software and hardware systems, remote access, data analysis, PID loop control, and alarm and event handling.