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Frost & Sullivan Commends Honeywell Enraf for Cutting-Edge Products and Post-Sales Support
Date:12/4/2008

duce process waste and overcome blending challenges such as custom grades or varied flow rates," says Frost & Sullivan Research Analyst Deepthi Pamadiparthi. "The company's unique control algorithm, coupled with side-stream blender, monitors the online blending mixtures in real time, facilitating maximum operational accuracy and flexibility."

In addition to being efficient, Honeywell Enraf's products are also designed to minimize maintenance. As a result, its blending equipment's technologically superior slotted V-ball actuated control valve allows very limited flow of fluids in comparison to peers. The control valve also achieves accurate linear control of the blend mix for any combination of blend.

Honeywell Enraf's designs are also cost-effective because its devices, across verticals, are extremely durable. The unique control valve in the company's blending equipment employs a piston mechanism with minimal moving parts, unlike that of commercial, off-the-shelf neoprene diaphragm control valves. This sophisticated mechanism improves the life of the control valve, which is a machine-critical part.

The MicroBlender V.2 is another testimony to Honeywell Enraf's product development abilities. Honeywell Enraf offers advanced integrating ability to interface with a host of customer equipment, from simple mechanical counters on a flow-meter to advanced terminal automation systems, thus seamlessly integrating an end-to-end solution.

"Honeywell Enraf's substantial experience in the blending solutions domain has offered its customers maximum operational flexibility and scalability that aids in achieving multiple target blend percentages with the lowest set-up time," notes Pamadiparthi. "Allowing the blending of multiple recipes through a single device effectively creates new products on-the-fly, and eliminates the need for additional storage tanks for its customers."

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