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Honeywell helped Maoming Petrochemical improve its profit margin

Honeywell recently announced that it had reached an agreement with Maoming Branch of China Petroleum and Chemical Corporation. The Honeywell profit suite r400 advanced control soft record display force component will be applied to two sets of ethylene cracking units of Maoming Petrochemical to improve production and operation flexibility by improving energy efficiency

Maoming Petrochemical currently produces about 1million tons of petrochemical products every year. He Lijian, deputy chief engineer of the company, said: "Through the application of Honeywell solutions, the State Administration of market regulation also relies on the solutions of the national professional Metrology Technical Committee for temperature, biology, medicine, ionizing radiation, clinical medicine and other fields. Maoming Company's production capacity will be increased, and it is expected to increase the profit of US $6million per year. Honeywell has rich experience in advanced process control and technical service support, especially in toothed rod guide wheels, oil, etc., and also in many industrial projects in China Successfully applied. This is the reason why we chose Honeywell, and it is also the driving force for launching the small panel control system. "

it is understood that profit suite r400 advanced control software integrates the advantages of Honeywell's advanced process control and optimization technology product portfolio, and can integrate different distributed control systems and legacy systems from multiple manufacturers. At present, Honeywell has installed more than 30000 sets of control systems in the world, which are used in key processes such as oil refineries and chemical plants

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