Improve Safety Proof Test Capabilities with Intelligent Information

by | Aug 8, 2016 | Flow, Measurement Instrumentation

tomobanion

Retired, Former Director of Innovation in Flow Solutions business

Another great workshop to attend at Emerson Exchange this year is being led by Emerson’s Erik Mathiason and Afton Coleman. This workshop will be covering Safety Instrumented Systems (SIS) and how they can help in your operation.

Safety Instrumented Systems are designed to be the most critical line of defense against a catastrophic failure. Ensuring that each component of the system is working properly is required, often leading to downtime and significant maintenance costs.

These systems require periodic proof testing to ensure that each component can meet the intended safety level. Though, these tests can be very expensive and cause lost production time.

Implementing a strategy using intelligent instruments helps to extend the time between proof tests, while also increasing the overall safety. In return, you can gain a significant amount of savings in maintenance and downtime, while reducing the possibility of a safety incident.

To learn more about this issue and how Emerson’s intelligent instruments can help, register for Emerson Exchange today.

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