A deep virtual insight into chemical processes
Sep 13 2018 Read 447 Times
Distillation, ammonia and colour pigment processing, energy generation, storage, waste water treatment – the chemical industry has many facets. The specifications for the process measurement technologies used are correspondingly diverse and demanding. Because efficient, robust production processes place special demands on materials, VEGA measuring instruments are available in many different versions. They are always tailored to the respective application. However, the challenge for users is to find the right instrument for the right task – and to optimally use it.
A new, interactive animation on the VEGA homepage now sheds light on all the possibilities. The virtual visit to a chemical park explains typical as well as special processing methods in a concise and understandable way. And it provides answers to questions like: Which measuring principle is suitable for level measurement in an evaporator, when distilling urea? How do I ensure that the absorber pump in a chemical park's own power plant works reliably? Or: Which instrument versions are robust enough to reliably measure the level and the point level in an ammonia tank?
The animation provides deep insights into plant areas that are not normally accessible. Showing things that are otherwise invisible, it uses this advantage to the full. In the 3D view, the viewer decides for themselves where they want to look. The application 'help function' also provides the basis for further steps – on the direct path towards process optimisation. A visit to the virtual plant opens up new perspectives and is also a lot of fun, as the visitor flies through the plant as if on wings! Online only:- Experience the tour now at www.vega.com/chemical
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