Jeanine Katzel


Industrial PCs May 1, 2009

Why HMIs are everywhere

The near ubiquitous spread of HMIs throughout industry is due to the fact that they help companies make better business decisions by delivering, managing, and presenting information—in real time—in a visually compelling and actionable format. Incorporating HMIs into applications has been proven to increase productivity, lower costs, improve quality, and reduce material waste.

By Jeanine Katzel
Wireless August 1, 2000


At the end of this month in New Orleans, ISA Expo/2000 will feature nearly 750 displays and more than 140 cutting edge presentations and seminars on a wide range of instrumentation, automation, and control topics.

By Jeanine Katzel
IIoT, Industrie 4.0 March 1, 2000

Case study reference guide tackles indoor air quality problems

Learning lessons from others is the thrust of this book that provides the benefit of both good and bad experiences in indoor air quality (IAQ) over the past decade.

By Jeanine Katzel
Workforce Development March 1, 2000

Maintenance planning handbook filled with data to boost plant productivity

New handbook is a ready-to-use, nuts-and-bolts guide to planning and scheduling plant maintenance effectively. The book goes beyond theory, demonstrating how planning fits into maintenance, what principles make it work, and exactly how planning is done.

By Jeanine Katzel
HMI, OI February 1, 2000

Guide targets optimal maintenance of industrial systems

This book addresses maintenance and repair from an engineering perspective.

By Jeanine Katzel
Motors & Drives February 1, 2000

Put project management theory into practice

Reference book covers the advanced topics necessary for implementation of and excellence in project management.

By Jeanine Katzel
Workforce Development January 1, 2000

Trends in cooling towers

Cooling towers are one of industry's primary ways of conserving water and dissipating heat. They are not new technology.

By Jeanine Katzel
Compressed Air December 1, 1999

Basic guide to fans and blowers

Fans are used throughout the industrial plant. They are found in an infinite number of components and used in a variety of systems from heating, ventilating, and air conditioning to industrial processes (Fig. 1).

By Jeanine Katzel
Safety Standards October 1, 1999

Managing engineering risks

A plant electrical engineer designed the power wiring for the HVAC system in an addition at his facility. After the new area was occupied, several undersized wires leading to a fan-powered box in a ceiling cavity overheated.

By Jeanine Katzel
Safety Standards August 1, 1999

Sensors: Smart devices, smarter solutions

Sensors, today, can be found almost everywhere in industry, from conveyors and boilers to process lines and air handlers. Major sensor technologies are not new.

By Jeanine Katzel
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