Parker and Florite team up for Mass Flow Control

Parker and Florite team up for Mass Flow Control

Worldwide manufacturing conglomerate Parker Hannifin has a longstanding relationship with Florite International. Since 2008, the two companies have teamed up on industrial applications to provide innovative Mass Flow – Controller technologies. Semiconductor, Life Sciences, and Chemical Industrial Processing industries have all benefited from this 15-year association.

Florite supports the following Parker Mass Flow Controllers:

• X-Flow Mass Flow Controller

• Series II Standard Mass Flow Meter

• Series II Standard Mass Flow Controller

Parker’s CM-100 and CM-400 MFC Power Supply/Control Modules provide power, display, and set-point control in both single-channel and four-channel configurations. By partnering with Florite’s Private Label Program, Parker has been able to apply their brand to Florite’s high-accuracy 990X and 991R process automation controllers.

We are very proud of the longstanding Florite – Parker collaboration. We look forward to the continuation of this mutually beneficial relationship and the continued positive impact we have had on industrial applications.

Contact Jordan Ulch to see how Florite can assist with your MFC applications!

 

Florite Offers Data Logging For Mass Flow Control (MFC) Market

Florite Offers Data Logging For Mass Flow Control (MFC) Market

For Immediate Release:

Valencia, CA | July 07, 2023

Florite International, an American provider of microcomputer-based electronic instruments for the Process Control industry, has announced today that for the first time, all 4-channel Mass Flow Controllers (MFCs) will include an optional Data Logging functionality.

Until now, Florite’s on-board data logger could read various types of electrical signals for applications such as flow, pressure, level, and temperature processes. The addition of an onboard data logger for our 4-channel MFC instrument allows Mass Flow applications to benefit from seamless data logging operation, storing the totalization and flow in internal memory for later download to a computer.

Logging can be initiated directly from the unit as well as from Florite’s proprietary Control Center software, free to Florite customers. An internal real-time watchdog process inserts a timestamp into the present record set when power has been lost or is interrupted – assuring records continue sequentially after power is restored.

“Data Logging functionality has long been a legacy feature of our Florite pressure models,” said Florite CEO Jordan Ulch“, so it’s exciting to be able to add this valuable capability to our 4-channel MFC units.”

For more information on Florite instrumentation’s interoperability with sensors controlling Flow, Mass Flow, Pressure, Temperature, and Level visit: www.florite.com.

About Florite, International:
Florite has a 30-year history of creating programmable instruments capable of providing both visibility and control over R&D and manufacturing processes. By connecting seamlessly with readily available sensors, monitor and control functionality become a part of the process itself. As an American original equipment manufacturer, we combine software and hardware that addresses the needs of critical Process Control manufacturing systems. Our fully configurable instrument lines are widely known for their reliability, accuracy, and ease-of-use. All Florite electronics are designed to provide off-the-shelf compatibility with most sensors in current use today. For additional information visit www.florite.com.

Contact:
Jordan Ulch – CEO
818-994-3454 x 200
julch@florite.com

Turn Your Sensors Into Smart Systems

Turn Your Sensors Into Smart Systems

Precision Process Control Systems – comprised of sensors connected to highly accurate, power supply-metering instrumentation – are a critical component of industrial process automation applications. Depending on the specific type of sensor, these systems have the ability to measure, monitor, and control real-time data on flow rates, temperature, pressure, and other parameters, and then communicate this data to a central system for monitoring and data analysis.

1. Precision Process Control Systems (PPCS) provide accurate and reliable measurements of flow rates, for example, helping to ensure efficient use of resources.

2. By providing real-time data, Precision Process Control Systems allow operators to quickly identify and troubleshoot any issues that arise during a manufacturing or R&D process, thereby reducing downtime and improving overall production efficiency.

3. Precision Process Control Systems can be integrated with other systems and software, such as SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) or MES (Manufacturing Execution System), to provide a comprehensive view of production processes, further improving efficiency.

4. With features such as remote monitoring and control, PPCS can help streamline maintenance and reduce the need for manual intervention, saving time and resources.

5. By improving production efficiency and reducing waste, PPCS can help businesses achieve their sustainability goals while also improving their bottom line.

An essential component of industrial process automation is the combination of system sensors with power supply, metering, and control instrumentation.

An essential component of industrial process automation is the combination of system sensors with power supply, metering, and control instrumentation. A subset of today’s sensors exhibits limited “smart” capabilities that allow real-time data to be collected and transmitted to a central database. The inherent limitations of these sensors include 1) reduced selection options, 2) increased expense compared with standard sensor types, 3) requires more calibration services to ensure data integrity, 4) and, if networked, “smart” sensors can present security vulnerabilities.

However, when you combine a readily available, standard sensor with a highly accurate Power Supply, Readout Controller like the Florite 990X or 991R microcomputer-based controllers you can turn a standard sensor into something much smarter. 

Precision Process Control Systems – comprised of sensors connected to highly accurate, power supply-metering instrumentation – are a critical component of industrial process automation applications.

 

This powerful combination of sensor and controller has revolutionized how industries monitor their flow processes:

  • Organizations are now able to optimize their processes, reduce inefficiencies, and cut down on operational costs.
  • System anomalies can be detected, and operators alerted, which helps prevent equipment failure and reduces downtime.
  • Companies can gather real-time data and insights, automate processes, and optimize operations, resulting in improved efficiency and productivity.
  • Seamless communication between devices and systems enables businesses to monitor and control their operations from remote locations.
  • Businesses can better respond to changes in market demand, improve customer satisfaction, and reduce costs.

The bottom line is that standard sensors can be turned into smart systems. Businesses that invest in precision process control systems – which integrate advanced sensing and communication technologies – will stay competitive in today’s fast-paced and interconnected world. Take control of your process control systems today. Discover how your current applications can benefit from adding Florite’s 990X or 991R universal process controllers to your manufacturing processes. It’s the smart decision.

The iStorm-C Water Treatment System uses the Florite 990X Process Controller to monitor the influent and effluent water streams for flow, pressure, water conductivity levels, and pump control.

Case Study – Follow this link to see the Florite 990X in action. 

The iStorm-C Water Treatment System uses the Florite 990X Process Controller to monitor the influent and effluent water streams for flow, pressure, water conductivity levels, and pump control. This allows operators to easily determine when filters need to be changed and totalizes the volume of water in liters that have been treated.