November 2004

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Software delivers greater control Process Perfecter version 7 is claimed to allow manufacturers to reduce energy costs, get more capacity from existing assets and differentiate their products. New f..

Software delivers greater control Process Perfecter version 7 is claimed to allow manufacturers to reduce energy costs, get more capacity from existing assets and differentiate their products. New features enhance fidelity of models and sensor validation performance, and improve ability to control and optimize multiple processes simultaneously. This reduces project implementation time and process variability. The software is said to be the most robust solution available to execute precise control over processes with varying dynamics. It delivers enhanced controller performance over a larger operating range with greater consistency in set-point transition. Additional enhancemen

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