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  • Sorting Out ATEX

    You Need to Know Where ATEX-Certified Products Must Be Used in Your Plants

  • SOUND OFF! on CONTROL's Editor's Blog!

    Want to know what's really going on in the industry? CONTROL's Intrepid Roving Editors blog from just about anywhere on almost any process automation topic.

  • Sounds corny, but biomass may save America

    In this month's edition of Control Report, Senior Technical Editor Rich Merritt recommends bringing your process plant and its jobs to the Midwest, where it's a lot better and safer than the Mideast.

  • SP100 Committee Listens to WirelessHART

    The ISA SP100 standards committee was presented with WirelessHART specificationas that were voted on by the HART Communications Foundation’s membership in June 2007.

    Dick Caro
  • SP50 times two?

    CONTROL Editor Walt Boyes says we need to do more than pay lip service to the idea of user input when it comes to ISA’s SP100 Wireless Standard and proposes formation of a central, unbiased user group.

  • Sparking Future Engineers

    All the Future Engineers Are Already Out There - Bubbling and Exploding with Ideas and Enthusiasm

  • Sparky, Sparky, Zap!

    Neither spark-gap devices nor silicon avalanche diodes are a good fit for protecting process-plant electronics.

  • Special E-Show Daily edition from Matrikon Summit 2007

    The editors of CONTROL report on the presentations, case studies, panel discussions, demonstrations and networking events at this year’s technology conference for industry executives, process control engineers and other professionals held this spring in Chicago.

  • Special Report: User backlash at SP100 meeting

    CONTROL contributor Dick Caro, a member of the ISA SP100 committee devloping a set of wireless industrial networking standards, reports to us on SP100 activity. This is his latest progress report.

    Dick Caro
  • Special rules for tuning level controllers

    Loss of level controls can kill a process in a heartbeat, so tuning them properly should be a priority. F.G. Shinskey reports on the different tuning rules that apply to level loops based on vessels being regulated.

  • Special rules for tuning level controllers (Part-1)

    In Part I of his article on tuning level controllers, process control consultant F.G. Shinskey points out that loss of level controls can kill a process in a heartbeat, so tuning them properly should be a priority.

  • Speedy delivery of calibration data

    Calibration is a complex procedure that takes time, and time is money. Here's how some facilities are saving both and also getting better data

    Jim Montague, executive editor, Control
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