Siemens to showcase glass industry portfolio at the China Glass in Shanghai

Date: 26 March 2012
Source: Siemens AG

Date: 26 March 2012

Shanghai, China. Siemens will be exhibiting at the China Glass in Shanghai from April 2 – 5, 2012 with a portfolio of products and services designed to improve the energy efficiency of production processes, reduce raw material and energy costs and minimize pollutant emissions in the glass industry.

Also featured at the Siemens booth will be motion control systems and drives for use in hollow glass machines, for flat glass manufacture and for glass further processing. The products and services featured at the Siemens booth in the Germany Pavilion in Hall 2 will range from process control technology with Simatic PCS 7 through the most important methods for measuring pressure, temperature, filling level and flow rate to gas chromatographs and analytical systems, and a comprehensive portfolio of coordinated modular switching devices with built-in communication capability. Advanced Process Control (APC) permits efficient process management, allowing plant operators to significantly reduce the input of energy and raw materials. On the subject of energy efficiency, Siemens will be demonstrating how energy guzzlers can be detected using its “Power Management” system. Modern heat recovery systems, the exchange of obsolete and inefficient units and also the use of energy saving motors all offer significant potential for saving energy.

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