Vertical expertise: Aluminum maker chooses specialized measurement and control solution
One of the largest aluminum manufacturers in China expects to reduce plant downtime and boost product quality by installing a specialized measurement and control solution from Honeywell.
One of the largest aluminum manufacturers in China expects to reduce plant downtime and boost product quality by installing a specialized measurement and control solution from Honeywell Process Solutions.
Hangzhou Dingsheng Industries Group will install
This platform is an on-line quality control solution consisting of sensor and automatic closed-loop control hardware, as well as software libraries that include application packages for a variety of sheet, foil, and film processes.
ce specifically for industrial environments, and the service support we receive from Honeywell will allow us to sustain our leading position in the region.”
Based on the results of other MXProLine customers in China, Hangzhou Dingsheng is hoping to limit scrap rates and improve foil thickness by installing the system.
“Honeywell’s MXProLine is one of many solutions we offer to help customers manufacture consistent quality products and reduce operating costs,” says Thomas Liu, regional general manager for Honeywell Process Solutions. “Proactively installing this solution shows Hangzhou Dingsheng is committed to optimizing its plant and overall business performance.”
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