Siemens presents papers at Chem Show in New York

  • October 24, 2007
  • Siemens
  • News
Atlanta, Oct. 24, 2007 -- Siemens chemical industry experts will present five papers during the show that focus on the key solutions that industry professionals need to know to stay competitive in the future. These presentations are open to all Chem Show attendees.Siemens Papers:“Asset Management for Plant Unit Components - Not Just Devices” -- Paul Morgan, Senior Consultant, Process Safety -- Tuesday, Oct. 30, 9 -9:30 a.m. Room 1A04The presentation will review industry asset management best practices when using a distributed control system. The scope of the paper covers a wide range of components, from field devices and control system components to heat exchangers, pumps and compressors.“Extending the Test Intervals of Protection/Safety Equipment With Improved Diagnostics” -- Paul Morgan, Senior Consultant, Process Safety -- Tuesday, Oct. 30, 10 -11 a.m. Room 1A04Safety instrumented function equipment must be periodically tested to ensure that it will function as intended. The presentation offers options for reducing risk and increasing plant efficiency, including describing the pilot implementation of the partial stroke test at a customer’s site. “Energy Management - Tailor-made Energy Concepts for Processing Plants in the Chemical Industry” -- Rich Chmielewski, Marketing Manager, Chemical’s Biofuels -- Tuesday, Oct. 30, 3 -3:30 p.m. Room 1A05The presentation discusses the need for power monitoring, applications and potential benefits from an integrated strategy. Topics include power monitoring, medium and low voltage switchgear integration, motor control center management, motor efficiency benefits and associated integration strategies. “Choosing the Right Technology for Level Measurement for Liquids and Solids” -- Jerry Boisvert, Product Manager, Radar -- Wednesday, Oct. 31, 10 -10:30 a.m. Room 1A04Choosing the correct technology for level instrumentation is an essential step in any operation. The presentation will present different technology options for measuring levels in solid or liquid applications. “How to Safeguard Computer Systems in Process Plants” -- Todd Stauffer, Marketing Manager, Process Automation -- Thursday, Nov. 1, 10 -10:30 a.m. Room 1A04 Today’s process automation systems must be protected against all kinds of viruses, worms and Trojan horses. The paper provides examples of the most important considerations when safeguarding the system against operator error and sabotage.About SiemensSiemens Energy & Automation, Inc., is one of Siemens operating companies in the U.S. Headquartered in the Atlanta suburb of Alpharetta, Ga., Siemens Energy & Automation, Inc., manufactures and markets one of the world’s broadest ranges of electrical and electronic products, systems and services to industrial and construction market customers. Its technologies range from circuit protection and energy management systems to process control, industrial software and totally integrated automation solutions. The company also has expertise in systems integration, technical services and turnkey industrial systems.Siemens AG (NYSE:SI) is one of the largest global electronics and engineering companies with reported worldwide sales of $107.4 billion in fiscal 2006. Founded nearly 160 years ago, the company is a leader in the areas of Medical, Power, Automation and Control, Transportation, Information and Communications, Lighting, Building Technologies, Water Technologies and Services and Home Appliances. With its U.S. corporate headquarters in New York City, Siemens in the USA has sales of $21.4 billion and employs approximately 67,000 people throughout all 50 states and Puerto Rico. Eleven of Siemens' worldwide businesses are based in the United States. With its global headquarters in Munich, Siemens AG and its subsidiaries employ 475,000 people in 190 countries. Learn More

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