Posts Tagged ‘Jennifer Sandstrom’

Industrial Energy Team Peels Reliability like an Onion-Part II

Posted in Energy, Flow, Reliability on Thursday, November 14th, 2013. 2 comments so far
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Emerson’s Jennifer Sandstrom explores reliable combustion air flow in today’s post. Last time, we started to talk about how Emerson’s Industrial Energy group deconstructs a problem to create a reliable solution. Again, remembering the very definition of reliability is something that produces similar results under consistent conditions. We will continue on and discuss how Emerson’s […]

Industrial Energy Team Peels Reliability like Onion!

Posted in Energy, Process Optimization, Reliability on Thursday, August 8th, 2013. 3 comments so far
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Having reliable process manufacturing operations begins with reliable components and reliable control strategies to handle changing conditions. Emerson’s Jennifer Sandstrom, a senior industrial energy consultant, highlights the role of consultants in unpeeling the many aspects of designing and maintaining reliable operations. Reliability is something (equipment, software, etc) that produces similar results under consistent conditions. Well, […]