Honeywell is the global leader in continuous solutions that improve performance in the pulp, paper and printing industries. From breakthroughs in Quality Control System (QCS) technology in the late 1960s, to the introduction of the world’s first Distributed Control System (DCS) and today’s enterprise-level production management applications, Honeywell solutions improve the bottom line by increasing product quality and production efficiency while enhancing customer service. These systems enable greater flexible production coordination and cost reductions through increased efficiency.
The rapid globalization of the pulp, paper, printing, and flat sheet industries means producers are demanding more innovation from their suppliers and common solutions for worldwide operations. Honeywell responds to these demands by developing and applying unique quality control and process control solutions designed to help manufacturers meet the challenges of competing on an international level. Our team of experts understands P3 processes and can fully leverage best-in-class technologies to optimize your operations for improved business performance. Experience gained from 30 years of proven results has given Honeywell a deep understanding of our customers' industries—from optimizing production processes and maintenance performance to managing operations and supply chain information. We are committed to the success of our customers and will continue to lead the way in process control, business optimization, and information management.
Da Vinci, Honeywell’s Quality Control System (QCS) for the paper making process, provides a broad range of advanced quality measurements (scanning and non-scanning), control functions, and complete cross-directional actuator systems. Da Vinci and Experion™ form a true Process Knowledge Solution to produce top quality at the highest production rates possible. These systems are modular to allow flexibility to create the right solution for each client. Typical system configurations for different major grades of paper are discussed, but each installation should consider all solutions available and their benefits.