From PI ProcessBook to PI Vision
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The dosing of materials considerably impacts the manufacturing process in several industries. An error in the recipe-based dosing process for a regulated industry, such as the chemical, can mean the loss of the entire batch, compromise product quality, or non-compliance with industry regulatory standards. For the chemical industry, following the recipe precisely without errors in dosing is mandatory.
Therefore, chemical companies with a manual dosing process are more prone to errors. In addition, a manual process results in excessive paperwork and risks issuing expired materials, a bad batch, or human errors. All this is associated with economic and time costs that harm the company's productivity.
The solution lies in digital. A recipe-based dosing digital system optimizes materials use, traceability, and control, improving quality constantly and saving resources.
"The advantages of a digital system outweigh that of a manual process," says Sergio Hernández, Execution Systems Director at AG Solution Group. "A digital system dosing solution increase revenue, ensures quality, and follows the ISA 95 MOM standard guidelines".
Sergio also shares what a complete digitalized recipe-based dosing system should have:
There are several benefits when you digitalize your dosing processes:
At AG Solution Group, we have been helping companies in the chemical industry to digitalize their processes for almost 15 years. So start your journey towards digital transformation today and discover the benefits of intelligent manufacturing.
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