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Emerson Exchange 2018

1-162094 - Modernizing the Protection System of Critical Assets

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When faced with the fact that critical assets in their plant were being "protected" by old, archaic systems, Eastman Chemical decided to upgrade and modernize. Emerson's AMS 6500 ATG system not only provided them with the required ability to protect their assets, it also provided them the ability to monitor the assets with predictive techniques as well. The innovative solution of a protection and predictive system in one unit was a definite appealing specifications. The addition of a new Hydrogen plant at the Tennessee site will include AMS 6500 ATG units to monitor the assets. This, combined with Plantweb Optics, will provide a solution that includes notifications via email or mobile application.


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