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When the safety and protection of your assets are critical to the success of your business, you can rely on EcoStruxure Triconex process safety systems (formerly known as Triconex Safety Systems). As the foremost safety instrumented systems (SIS) supplier, our solutions protect people, the surrounding communities and the environment, while keeping production operating safely and continuously for the life of the asset.
Livre blancLanguageFormatTailleDateanglaisprp.document.label.format pdfTaille 4.5 MBDate 18-05-23DescriptionThe latest edition of IEC61511 Edition 2 Clause 16 puts a new emphasis on operating companies to prove and demonstrate that the safety instrumented systems they designed to reduce the risk to an acceptable level are operating as designed and intended. This activity is often a manual exercise which is time consuming and prone to error. This paper looks at how software applications can provide an automated solution delivering efficiency and productivity gains.anglaisprp.document.label.format pdfTaille 2.3 MBDate 18-05-21DescriptionSafety Instrumented Systems are a vital layer of protection and often form the last line of defense between you and a potential incident. Typically these systems are designed to mitigate process risks within the boundary of the operating asset. However the threats are no longer contained within the walls of the operating asset and are now subject to “digital” threats caused by malicious attacks from outside of the boundary. This paper looks at the some of the practical means and mechanisms available to maximize the resilience and minimize the vulnerabilities of your EcoStruxure Triconex Safety Systems.anglaisprp.document.label.format pdfTaille 1.9 MBDate 16-10-03DescriptionWhile best practice has leaned toward keeping control and safety isolated from each other, recent enterprise data integration and cost control initiatives are providing incentive to achieve some level of integration. This paper describes three basic integration models, including an “interfaced” approach, in which separate control and safety communicate via a custom built software bridge; an “integrated but separate” approach, in which the disparate systems sit on the same network, but share information only across isolated network channels; and a “common” approach, in which both control and safety systems share a common operating system. The authors then compare the three approaches according to compliance with safety standards and cost efficiencies.anglaisprp.document.label.format pdfTaille 4.8 MBDate 16-10-03DescriptionThe Tricon is a high reliability, high availability (99.99%), digital safety and control system with no single point of failure. The built-in features of the Tricon (high reliability, high availability, low maintenance, self-calibration, built-in online diagnostics, online repair, easy to expand and upgrade) help reduce life cycle operations and maintenance costs. The Tricon solves the obsolescence, reliability and availability problems of NPPs, while also improving the overall operational efficiency of the NPP.anglaisprp.document.label.format pdfTaille 3.9 MBDate 16-10-03DescriptionFeedwater is a critical element in the continuous operation of NPPs . When a feedwater system goes offline, the entire plant goes down. The Tricon is a high-reliability, high-availability (99 .99%) feedwater control system with no single point of failure . It provides an economical solution to the obsolescence, reliability, and availability problems while improving the operational efficiency of NPPs.anglaisprp.document.label.format pdfTaille 2 MBDate 16-10-03DescriptionThe Food and Beverage Industry has historically used historian-based technology to optimize and troubleshoot production processes by looking at time-series-based process variable trends. During the same time, good manufacturing practices (GMPs) have largely relied on using paper-based standard operating procedures and manual data collection to manage quality and production activities. By adding electronic workflow management capability, GMPs, regulatory requirements, and electronic forms can replace paper-based standard operating procedures and deliver an electronic system of record that embeds all manufacturing rules, exceptions, and escalation processes.anglaisprp.document.label.format pdfTaille 1.5 MBDate 16-10-03DescriptionThe new ANSI/ISA S84 .01 and international standard IEC-61508 have placed great emphasis on safety instrumented systems (SIS) for process industries . These new standards set requirements for performance (safety integrity level, or SIL), design, and maintenance.anglaisprp.document.label.format pdfTaille 1.7 MBDate 16-10-03DescriptionNew digital technology now makes it feasible to integrate process control and safety instrumented functions within a common automation infrastructure. While this can provide productivity and asset management benefits, if not done correctly, it can also compromise the safety and security of an industrial operation. This paper discusses engineering best practices in integrating control and safety in a secure manner, while maintaining independent layers of protection.anglaisprp.document.label.format pdfTaille 638.7 KBDate 16-01-06DescriptionProcess safety management in the process industries has evolved beyond simple functional safety. Some companies are at risk because management and business process aspects are not integrated into the overall safety plan. Such gaps can impact both operational integrity and profitable performance. This paper explores the change drivers affecting plant process safety management and explains how operators can find, measure, and manage gaps to maintain safe conditions and improve profitability.