Best practices for performance-based controls specifications
This playbook’s objective is to give you a guide to developing specifications today based on both existing and emerging standards, with a healthy dose of best practices.
Looking to re-think your packaging machinery automation strategy? Want to find out the latest thinking on how to leverage technology and standards to increase machinery performance, drive down automation costs, while simplifying engineering and integration?
Whether you work at a packaging machinery builder or a consumer packaged goods company, download this 85-page playbook now to find out how and why thought leaders are updating their automation strategies to gain first-mover advantage.
Sourced in this e-book
Former engineering director
Hershey's Campbell Management Servicess
P.E. Corporate Engineering
Del Monte Foods
Equipment Engineering Manager
R&D Church & Dwight
Bryan Griffen, Ph.D.
Global automation and engineering manager
Engineering Research Fellow Global Process & Equipment Technology
P.Eng., M.Eng., CPP
Zarpac Performance Infex
Trends in packing that are driving automation and standards
Trends dictate advances in machinery technology and standards
It’s time to put packaging machinery control specifications on a diet
How to calculate OEE
A practical guide to Overall Equipment Effectiveness
How to justify capital projects
Speaking finance gets results
Why PackML is good for packaging lines
What’s the business benefit?
A new standard for networked safety
On-machine help systems
Sophisticated doesn’t mean complex, it means simple
12 topics for effective support agreements
Make doing business with a new supplier straightforward
Bonus! Downloadable functional spec:
Downloadable functional spec in Word format gives you boilerplate language that you can lift and modify for use in your own electrical and automation specifications.
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