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Press Releases from PPCL (6 total)

IChemE Australia – Using Operating Envelopes to Reduce Costs

The Western Australia Joint Chemical Engineering Committee (WA JCEC) and the Australian division of the IChemE would like to invite members to the next technical meeting in April. The event will be held on Tuesday evening 5 March at the Woodside Auditorium in Perth, Western Australia and looks at a new technology which uses the operating envelope concept. 'Operating envelope' is a term familiar to all chemical engineers but has never

PPCL to Speak at ARTC Conference Singapore

In less than a weeks time, PPCL will be presenting at a world renowned conference in Singapore. The ARTC meeting is brought to you by the Global Technology Forum who host a series of refining technology conferences and training courses in both Europe and Asia. This meeting, however, is the event which looks to examine the latest trends in Asia’s refining industry and practical strategies to improve operational efficiency and

PPCL's latest patent granted

This week, PPCL’s ‘multi-variable operations’ patent was granted. Process Plant Computing Limited boasts 6 unique patents across a number of countries including the United Kingdom, America and Japan. This latest patent is an addition which will protect their IP and allow them to coninue developing their unique method of process control technology. For more information on their patents or their range of unique technology please contact PPCL online ( Formerly Curvaceous Software
11-25-2010 | Health & Medicine


IFPAC 2011 is fast approaching and this year the event will hold host to a session which is set to become a debate between opposing methods of quality control in the pharmaceutical sphere. This session provides a unique opportunity for delegates to understand the pro’s and con’s of both methods and gives a big incentive to attend the 2011 meeting. The annual IFPAC meeting is fast gaining a reputation as a
11-15-2010 | Energy & Environment

Alarms management and the BP disaster

April 10, 2010 saw the beginning of what was to become one of the world’s worst oil spills. In recent weeks the BP investigation team, put together to uncover the likely causes of the accident, have released their findings. Not surprisingly the event came down to a series of events and not one single action. These events were both mechanical failures and human error, but the unfortunate factor is that

PPCL announces new software for the process industry

This week the highly awarded British technology company, PPCL, announces the release of the latest product in their Geometric Process Control (GPC) software family. The new release, C Visual Explorer 2.5.2, provides a number of new features to consumers. Geometric Process Control (GPC) is an innovative patented technology based on n-dimensional geometry, allowing users to analyse hundreds of variables simultaneously. This results in substantial financial savings for process plants. It also

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