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    Control & Safety Systems

    Control & Safety Systems

    The systems and software that provide the decision integrity to run your operation at its full potential.

    Run a Safer, More Reliable Plant

    Emerson delivers control and safety systems to help provide a safer, more environmentally efficient manufacturing process. With a complete system offering – from distributed control systems to safety instrumented systems – Emerson's superior technology combined with industry-specific engineering, consulting, project management and maintenance services improves your operations in an easy, intuitive, and interoperable way.

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    Simplify Commissioning to Shorten Project Timelines

    Simplify Commissioning to Shorten Project Timelines

    Smart Commissioning drastically reduces time and effort by providing an efficient progression from device installations to process startup.

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    Electronic Marshalling Delivers Results at Southern States Chemical

    The Latest

    Emerson to help North West Redwater reduce emissions at advanced, low-carbon refinery

    Industry experience, expertise, and technology innovation drove selection for $86 million automation project in western Canada
    Sep 22, 2014
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    Emerson reduces complexity in safety instrumented system installation and operation

    Electronic Marshalling now available on DeltaV SIS? safety instrumented system
    Jun 6, 2012
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    Emerson’s DeltaV SIS? process safety system receives burner management certifications

    The DeltaV SIS system receives NFPA 85, EN 298 and EN 50156-1 certification from TüV, confirming use in burner management applications.
    Jan 20, 2011
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