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December 2016 Edition 13.6

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The real and virtual worlds integrating at a steadily increased pace, the Internet of Things is pushing the evolutionary journey towards the fourth industrial revolution with various far reaching consequences. This fourth industrial revolution will not only herald change for the industrial sector, but will also have a major impact on how we live and work in general. Therefore, we are launching Africa 4.0 as a digital platform to the latest trends, technology and views regarding the IoT and Industry 4.0. Please subscribe to this magazine and always keep up to date with worldwide developments for smart factories, Industrial Internet of Things, smart manufacturing, advanced manufacturing and more.

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Welcome to KROHNE South Africa Contact News Product Releases KROHNE is a world-leading manufacturer and supplier of solutions in industrial process instrumentation. KROHNE Pty. Ltd. in Midrand is place of business of the KROHNE service and sales in South Africa. Contact details KROHNE Pty. Ltd. Bushbuck Close, Corporate Park South Midrand, Gauteng P.O. Box 2069, Midrand, 1685 South Africa Mobile:+27 (0)82 556 3934 Tel.:+27 (0) 11 314 1391 Fax:+27 (0) 11 314 1681 Email: salesza@krohne.com Web: http://za.krohne.com/ eLearning Go to the platform Go to the OPTIMASS WebApp OPTIMASS Family Video OPTIBAR LC 1010: new submersible level probe with ceramic diaphragm OPTIBAR LC 1010 features a robust 316L stainless steel housing and a high overload-proof ceramic diaphragm for long operating life. For safe and easy cleaning on site, the diaphragm is flush mounted. With a diameter of 22 mm / 1", OPTIBAR LC 1010 can be used also in small vessels. more Entrained Gas Management EGM now available for all OPTIMASS Coriolis mass flowmeters Entrained Gas Management EGM technology is now available for all KROHNE OPTIMASS Coriolis mass flowmeters. With the latest additions OPTIMASS 3400 and OPTIMASS 7400, now the whole OPTIMASS series offers continuous and repeatable mass flow or density measurement with 2-phase flows. more H250 M40: Extended options for oil and gas applications KROHNE has extended the available options for the H250 M40 flowmeter in order to match the requirements of the oil and gas industry. more WATERFLUX 3070: new features and options for the battery powered water meter KROHNE introduces several new features and options for WATERFLUX 3070. As water meters are often installed in remote locations, reducing the frequency of visits to the sites and the time spend on set-up and maintenance is crucial. more SMARTMAC 200 W: New operating device for SMARTPAT series With SMARTMAC 200 W, KROHNE introduces a 2- wire loop powered operating device with HART 7 communication to the SMARTPAT series. more H250 M40 globally approved flowmeter for hazardous areas more about H250 M40 Intrinsically safe electronics more Variable area flowmeter H250 M40 has received more than 30 approvals worldwide for hazardous areas.

HONEYWELL AUTOMATION TO CONTROL NORTH SEA PLATFORM REMOTELY FROM ONSHORE LOCATION Suite of Honeywell Technologies, Including Experion® Process Knowledge System, to Drive Safety and Efficiency at Statoil's Valemon Platform Honeywell (NYSE: HON) Process Solutions (HPS) today announced it will provide advanced automation and safety solutions to enable remote onshore operation for an unmanned offshore platform in the North Sea, reducing overall production costs and improving safety. When drilling operations are completed, Statoil's Valemon platform, located on the Norwegian Continental Shelf, will become a periodicallymanned installation and Statoil's first platform that will be operated from shore. Control operations will be located in Bergen, some 100 miles (160 kilometers) away from the platform itself. Moving personnel off the facility will improve the overall safety of the operations while also boosting efficiency by centralizing the controls at the company's Bergen location. “This project is a great example of how Honeywell is able to use its technology and experience to help Statoil remotely control operations at an important gas production facility,” said Pieter Krynauw, vice president and general manager of the Projects and Automation Solutions business within Honeywell Process Solutions. “As companies move oil platforms Subscribe to our Digital Magazine farther offshore and into other remote, challenging locations to find oil and gas, managing those operations efficiently while reducing risk to workers will become increasingly important.” Honeywell will serve as t h e e n g i n e e r i n g , p r o c u r e m e n t a n d c o n s t r u c t i o n ( E P C ) automation contractor for the project. Honeywell will provide a range of c o n t r o l a n d s a f e t y technologies for the project including new operator stations and critical alarm panels at the o n s h o r e B e r g e n operations center that will communicate with the systems on Valemon. This solution will reduce the complexity of remote operations and reduce overall operating costs compared with standard solutions. The Valemon platform sits in about 440 feet (135 meters) of water and will produce natural gas and condensate from one of the biggest undeveloped natural gas fields in the North Sea with an estimated 192 million barrels of oil equivalent. Once drilling is complete in 2017, the platform will have 10 production wells. Among the technologies Honeywell will provide are Digital Newsletter its Experion® Process Knowledge System (PKS), integrated protective solutions, Critical Alarm Panel with Safety Manager, integrated fire and gas and emergency shutdown solutions, and closed circuit TV software. Use this link for more information about Honeywell's solutions for offshore oil and gas operations. HONEYWELL PROCESS SOLUTIONS Telephone: +2711 695 8033 E-mail: boni.magudulela@Honeywell.com http://www.honeywell.com

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December 2016 Edition 13.6
Sept / Oct 2016 Edition 13.5
July / August 2016 Edition 13.4
May / June 2016 Edition 13.3
March / April 2016 Edition13.2
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