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Emerson Exchange 2018

3-159514 - Learn of a Life Science cost saving solution to simplify control of isolation valves in Clean Space

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In recent years Grifols has evolved the way in which they pilot process isolation valves; from discretely wired pilot valves on the process valve to valve manifolds on bus networks. On a recent plant expansion project, they have decided to control isolation valves via Emerson's ASCO 580 CHARMs manifolds connected to their Electronic Marshaling (CHARMs) I/O. While the previous setups worked fine, the 580 CHARMs solution offered some unique features and benefits that moves the piloting of the process valves from a discretely wired setup, or a simplex bus network, into a redundant, native, I/O platform using DeltaV CHARMs. It also allows for diagnostic feedback directly into the DCS and simplifies maintenance while working in and around a clean space.


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