Process and Product Quality
The monitoring and measurement of processes throughout the manufacturing lines are done using Statistical Process Control (SPC) techniques. Design of Experiments software is used to find the best process settings starting from Pressing to final testing of finished products. The performance and effectiveness of the Quality Management System is evaluated and appropriate documented information is retained, as evidence.
Design of Experiments software is used in many areas starting from sputtering, to reed switch glass to metal seal heating cycles, to molding of reed switches. Computer randomized trials are run and fed back to the software which gives process predictions and also clear indications of best settings that improve yield and output.
All machinery such as Visual inspection cameras, sealing heads, sputtering chambers and molding machines use in built statistics to display yield as it happens in production. This helps take instant corrective action in process that help keep subsequent processes free from any process control errors.
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Automatic process control in continuous production processes is a combination of control engineering and chemical engineering disciplines that uses industrial control systems to achieve a production level of consistency, economy and safety which could not be achieved purely by human manual control. It is implemented widely in industries such as oil refining, pulp and paper manufacturing, chemical processing and power generating plants.
There is a wide range of size, type and complexity, but it enables a small number of operators to manage complex processes to a high degree of consistency. The development of large automatic process control systems was instrumental in enabling the design of large high volume and complex processes, which could not be otherwise economically or safely operated.
The applications can range from controlling the temperature and level of a single process vessel, to a complete chemical processing plant with several thousand control loops.