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Alfa Laval joins Honeywell Connected Plant

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Alfa Laval has become a part of the Honeywell Connected Plant partner ecosystem.

Alfa Laval Packinox heat exchangers have for many years been specified by Honeywell UOP as a mandatory component in the production processes for making high octane fuels and aromatics. The two companies are now extending their collaboration within Honeywell's Connected Plant program.

Honeywell's cloud-based software, used in refineries and petrochemical plants, continually collects and analyses data from process units. As a part of the Connected Plant Program, Alfa Laval will use this data to improve the Packinox operating recommendations that it provides to its customers.

Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/refining/22102018/alfa-laval-joins-honeywell-connected-plant/

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