What is Valmet DNA?
Valmet DNA is a single Distributed Control System (DCS) for all your process automation needs. Valmet DNA can be applied for process controls, machine controls, drive controls, and quality controls. Information management is an integrated part of the platform along with mechanical and field device condition monitoring.
What is the DNA Explorer?
It provides your plant operators and maintenance engineers with a scalable multi-user environment extendable from small to large systems. DNA Explorer also enables remote engineering. Function testing is a way to ensure functionality of the control application.
What is DCS plant?
A distributed control system (DCS) is a computerised control system for a process or plant usually with many control loops, in which autonomous controllers are distributed throughout the system, but there is no central operator supervisory control.
How big is Valmet?
Valmet has operations in approximately 30 countries and it employs about 13,600 people. Its headquarters are located in Espoo, and it is listed on the Nasdaq Helsinki. In 2019, Valmet’s net sales totaled €3.5 billion.
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Which is better DCS or PLC?
PLCs still are used to control individual machines, while a DCS can control a larger number of machines or processes within a factory or plant. In fact, they are often used to control entire systems within a factory. A DCS is likely to be more reliable as well, ensuring the continuous operation of a process or system.
Where is Valmet based?
Valmet’s shares are listed on the Nasdaq Helsinki and the head office is in located Espoo, Finland at Keilasatama 5, 02150 ESPOO with a switchboard phone number +358 10 672 0000.
What is difference between PLC and DCS?
PLCs still are used to control individual machines, while a DCS can control a larger number of machines or processes within a factory or plant. On the other hand, a DCS can control many more machines and processes at the same time. In fact, they are often used to control entire systems within a factory.