Control system allows terminals to customize functions

April 22, 2020 By    

Superior Energy Systems’ integrated terminal automation control provides midstream propane terminal users with the ability to customize their back-end control system. Customized processes include the starting and stopping of pumps, opening and closing of valves, beginning and ending of deliveries, and changing process control variables. The system uses a density meter to verify the state of the propane and identify the process point from liquid withdrawal to vapor recovery during railcar unloading. It provides remote monitoring of emergency shutdown devices to allow for monitoring of specific zone alarms. The controls allow managers to operate terminal functions remotely and shut down terminal processes with the push of a button. The system is operated through a tablet or smartphone and allows for multiple user accounts and varying security level access.

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