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1 NeSSI – Enabling TCO Optimization 29 January 2008 – IFPAC2008, Baltimore MD NeSSI* – An Enabling Platform for the Reduction in TCO** of Process Analytical Systems NeSSI* – An Enabling Platform for the Reduction in TCO** of Process Analytical Systems (* New Sampling/Sensor Initiative ** Total Cost of Ownership) the best way to predict the future is to create it IFPAC2008 NeSSI Day 29 January 2008 Peter van Vuuren Application and Technical Consultant SpectraSensors Inc.

2 NeSSI – Enabling TCO Optimization 29 January 2008 – IFPAC2008, Baltimore MD + TCO $Measurement value$ Analyzer Credits $Bottom-line Value$ TCO PA/NeSSI Value Proposition

3 NeSSI – Enabling TCO Optimization 29 January 2008 – IFPAC2008, Baltimore MD J.J. Gunnell and P. van Vuuren, PROCESS ANALYTICAL SYSTEMS: A VISION FOR THE FUTURE Plenary Session Paper, IFPAC2000, Las Vegas, NV To Build/Install To Own Cost to Build/Install/Own – Major Greenfield Project

4 NeSSI – Enabling TCO Optimization 29 January 2008 – IFPAC2008, Baltimore MD Analyzer $/ Spare Parts Sampling Systems Shelters/Panels Data System Sample Tap / Transport Lines Utilities (IA, Carrier Gases etc.) Power Cabling Shelters/Panels Hookups : Utilities, Power, Cabling, Sampling Systems Start-up & Commissioning EQAT (Manpower) Consumables * Standards * Support Gases Spare Parts Off-line Time Missed Opportunity Process Upset Loss of Production Total Cost Of Ownership – A More Detailed Look

5 NeSSI – Enabling TCO Optimization 29 January 2008 – IFPAC2008, Baltimore MD "When men got structural steel, they did not use it to build steel copies of wooden bridges." Ayn Rand. Atlas Shrugged What to DO?

6 NeSSI – Enabling TCO Optimization 29 January 2008 – IFPAC2008, Baltimore MD Phase 1 (On-Going) Implement Intrinsically Safe NeSSI where appropriate Phase II (Ready for Validation) Utilize NeSSI as a Platform for Fiber-Optic Sensors Phase III Promote/Apply Micro-Analytical Sensors on NeSSI Sampling PlatformPhase III Promote/Apply Micro-Analytical Sensors on NeSSI Sampling Platform A Three Phase Proposed TCO Optimization Strategy

7 NeSSI – Enabling TCO Optimization 29 January 2008 – IFPAC2008, Baltimore MD Pictures Courtesy ExxonMobil Chemical Intrinsically Safe NeSSI: Modular Smart Sampling System

8 NeSSI – Enabling TCO Optimization 29 January 2008 – IFPAC2008, Baltimore MD Analyzer $/ Spare Parts Sampling Systems Shelters/Panels Data System Sample Tap / Transport Lines Utilities (IA, Carrier Gases etc.) Power Cabling Shelters/Panels Hookups : Utilities, Power, Cabling, Sampling Systems Start-up & Commissioning EQAT (Manpower) Consumables * Standards * Support Gases Spare Parts Off-line Time Missed Opportunity Process Upset Loss of Production Benefits of Smart NeSSI TCO Benefits of Smart NeSSI: Push Validation down to Sampling System level More reliable operation Improves EQA of analyzer

9 NeSSI – Enabling TCO Optimization 29 January 2008 – IFPAC2008, Baltimore MD Field LAN Process Stream S ANAN DCS o&m user GP Area Field – Classified Area (Typically ZONE2) Analyzer House Simplified Topographical Diagram of a Process Analytics installation

10 NeSSI – Enabling TCO Optimization 29 January 2008 – IFPAC2008, Baltimore MD Phase 1 (On-Going) Implement Intrinsically Safe NeSSI where appropriate Phase II (Ready for Implementation Today) Utilize NeSSI as a Platform for Spectroscopic Sensors preferably at the Sampling Point (By-line Mode) Phase III Promote/Apply Micro-Analytical Sensors in By-Line ModePhase III Promote/Apply Micro-Analytical Sensors in By-Line Mode A Three Phase Proposed TCO Optimization Strategy

11 NeSSI – Enabling TCO Optimization 29 January 2008 – IFPAC2008, Baltimore MD Programmable Substrate Heater Ethernet LAN F,T Sensor/Actuator Manager (SAM) IS NeSSI bus Auxiliary Heating/Cooling Flow Channel Substrate T T DCS o&m user PDA P GP Area Field – Classified Area V O2O2 Micro- Climate enclosure The NeSSI Platform = Sampling & Communications Platform

12 NeSSI – Enabling TCO Optimization 29 January 2008 – IFPAC2008, Baltimore MD Programmable Substrate Heater Ethernet LAN F,T Sensor/Actuator Manager (SAM) IS NeSSI bus Auxiliary Heating/Cooling Flow Channel Substrate T T DCS o&m user PDA P GP Area Field – Classified Area V O2O2 R Micro- Climate enclosure TDL RAMAN Spectroscopic Sensors with NeSSI as Enabler

13 NeSSI – Enabling TCO Optimization 29 January 2008 – IFPAC2008, Baltimore MD Field LAN Process Stream S ANAN DCS o&m user GP Area Field – Classified Area (Typically ZONE2) Analyzer House NeSSI: Enabling Topographical Changes ANAN

14 NeSSI – Enabling TCO Optimization 29 January 2008 – IFPAC2008, Baltimore MD Process Stream DCS o&m user GP Area Field – Classified Area (Typically ZONE2) Micro- Climate Enclosure ANAN ANAN Fiber RAMAN NIR Fiber NeSSINeSSI SAM Control Room Instrument Room Analyzer Shop Optograph TDL NeSSI: Enabling Topographical Changes

15 NeSSI – Enabling TCO Optimization 29 January 2008 – IFPAC2008, Baltimore MD Process Stream DCS o&m user GP Area Field – Classified Area (Typically ZONE2) Micro- Climate Enclosure ANAN ANAN Fiber RAMAN NIR Fiber NeSSINeSSI SAM Control Room Instrument Room Analyzer Shop Optograph Other ANAN TDL NeSSI: Enabling Topographical Changes

16 NeSSI – Enabling TCO Optimization 29 January 2008 – IFPAC2008, Baltimore MD Field LAN Process Stream S ANAN ANAN DCS o&m user GP Area Field – Classified Area (Typically ZONE2) Analyzer House X X X X X Cost Benefits of TOPOGRAPHICAL Changes X

17 NeSSI – Enabling TCO Optimization 29 January 2008 – IFPAC2008, Baltimore MD Phase 1 (On-Going) Implement Intrinsically Safe NeSSI where appropriate Phase II (Ready for Validation) Utilize NeSSI as a Platform for Fiber-Optic Sensors preferably at the Sampling Point (By-line Mode) Phase III Promote/Apply Micro-Analytical Sensors in By-Line Mode A Three Phase Proposed TCO Optimization Strategy

18 NeSSI – Enabling TCO Optimization 29 January 2008 – IFPAC2008, Baltimore MD Programmable Substrate Heater Ethernet LAN F,T Sensor/Actuator Manager (SAM) IS NeSSI bus Auxiliary Heating/Cooling Flow Channel Substrate T T DCS o&m user PDA P GP Area Field – Classified Area V Micro- Climate enclosure Micro- Gas Analyzer (UV, MIR, MS, GC, … NeSSI & Next Generation Micro Analyzers

19 NeSSI – Enabling TCO Optimization 29 January 2008 – IFPAC2008, Baltimore MD Process Stream DCS o&m user GP Area Field – Classified Area (Typically ZONE2) Micro- Climate Enclosure ANAN ANAN Fiber RAMAN NIR Fiber NeSSINeSSI SAM Control Room Instrument Room Analyzer Shop P Optograph TDL NeSSI Enabled Spectroscopy/Micro-Analytics Topography

20 NeSSI – Enabling TCO Optimization 29 January 2008 – IFPAC2008, Baltimore MD Understand the NeSSI Platform Concept (Enabler) * Provides a Standardized Micro-Infrastructure Environment for Deploying micro-analytical sensors/Analyzers * At the same time, allows for IP protection IS has to be designed in up front *NeSSI platform can be installed anywhere (Zone 0/1/2 GP) – no costly purge systems Design for temperature accommodation/correction Design for validation of results (Good Housekeeping Seal) * Use all the analytical process information for validation Design for no or little consumables Design for mechanical simplicity – no or few moving parts Design for extensive but smart diagnostics Spectroscopic/Micro-Analytics Design Requirements

21 NeSSI – Enabling TCO Optimization 29 January 2008 – IFPAC2008, Baltimore MD Analyzer $/ Spare Parts Sampling Systems Shelters/Panels Data System Sample Tap / Transport Lines Utilities (IA, Carrier Gases etc.) Power Cabling Shelters/Panels Hookups : Utilities, Power, Cabling, Sampling Systems Start-up & Commissioning EQAT (Manpower) Consumables * Standards * Support Gases Spare Parts Off-line Time Missed Opportunity Process Upset Loss of Production TCO Benefits of Smart NeSSI: Push Validation down to Sampling System level More reliable operation Improves EQA of analyzer TCO: The BIG PICTURE of Cost Savings

22 NeSSI – Enabling TCO Optimization 29 January 2008 – IFPAC2008, Baltimore MD Analyzer $/ Spare Parts Sampling Systems Shelters/Panels Data System Sample Tap / Transport Lines Utilities (IA, Carrier Gases etc.) Power Cabling Shelters/Panels Hookups : Utilities, Power, Cabling, Sampling Systems Start-up & Commissioning EQAT (Manpower) Consumables * Standards * Support Gases Spare Parts Off-line Time Missed Opportunity Process Upset Loss of Production TCO Benefits of Spectroscopic Analyzers: : Inherent reliability, low EQA index No consumables TCO: The BIG PICTURE of Cost Savings

23 NeSSI – Enabling TCO Optimization 29 January 2008 – IFPAC2008, Baltimore MD Analyzer $/ Spare Parts Sampling Systems Shelters/Panels Data System Sample Tap / Transport Lines Utilities (IA, Carrier Gases etc.) Power Cabling Shelters/Panels Hookups : Utilities, Power, Cabling, Sampling Systems Start-up & Commissioning EQAT (Manpower) Consumables * Standards * Support Gases Spare Parts Off-line Time Missed Opportunity Process Upset Loss of Production Cost to Build/Install Benefits of Spectroscopic Sensors: Integrate Probe with NeSSI and Move to Sampling Point Separate Probe and Analyzer Locations (Fiber-coupled) No Consumables TCO: The BIG PICTURE of Cost Savings

24 NeSSI – Enabling TCO Optimization 29 January 2008 – IFPAC2008, Baltimore MD Analyzer $/ Spare Parts Sampling Systems Shelters/Panels Data System Sample Tap / Transport Lines Utilities (IA, Carrier Gases etc.) Power Cabling Shelters/Panels Hookups : Utilities, Power, Cabling, Sampling Systems Start-up & Commissioning EQAT (Manpower) Consumables * Standards * Support Gases Spare Parts Off-line Time Missed Opportunity Process Upset Loss of Production Cost to Build/Install Benefits of Spectroscopic Sensors: Integrate Probe with NeSSI and Move to Sampling Point Separate Probe and Analyzer Locations (Fiber-coupled) No Consumables TCO: The BIG PICTURE of Cost Savings

25 NeSSI – Enabling TCO Optimization 29 January 2008 – IFPAC2008, Baltimore MD + TCO $Measurement value$ Analyzer Credits $Bottom-line Value$ TCO PA/NeSSI Value Proposition Revisited

26 NeSSI – Enabling TCO Optimization 29 January 2008 – IFPAC2008, Baltimore MD Acknowledgements All the Believers (all of you and many others) My ex-colleagues at ExxonMobil CPAC (adopted NeSSI as a new IURC business model) Special Thank You to Rob Dubois

27 NeSSI – Enabling TCO Optimization 29 January 2008 – IFPAC2008, Baltimore MD Thank You


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