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April 30, 2015 Parker Intraflow TM and Process Analytics: Deployment Status, Technology Development, and Beyond CPAC – Fall Meeting: NeSSi Session 11/8/07.

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1 April 30, 2015 Parker Intraflow TM and Process Analytics: Deployment Status, Technology Development, and Beyond CPAC – Fall Meeting: NeSSi Session 11/8/07 CPAC – Fall Meeting: NeSSi Session 11/8/07 Mike Cost – Applications/Innovation Engineer

2 2 Where We’re Are and Where We’re Going Field Applications and Growth Trend Field Applications and Growth Trend Smart Systems and Current Architecture Smart Systems and Current Architecture Merging Analytics with Intraflow TM – The Final Frontier Merging Analytics with Intraflow TM – The Final Frontier Hardware Development and Applications Flexibility – Improving the Base Hardware Development and Applications Flexibility – Improving the Base

3 3 Intraflow TM Global Installed Customer Base Lead Users- Multiple systems per site ExxonMobil: Sarnia, ONT / Nanticoke, ONT/ Antwerp, Belgium / Baytown, TX / Baton Rouge, LA / Notre Dame de Gravenchon, France/ SPT Mega plant project Eastman Chemical: Kingsport, TN OMV: Burghausen, Germany UOP: Des Plaines, IL Lanxess: Sarnia, ONT Total: Across France BP: Whiting, IN / Marseille, France Formosa Plastics: Port Lavaca, TX Imperial Oil: Nanticoke, ONT Dow Chemical: Ft. Saskatchewan, AB BASF: Port Arthur, TX Chevron: Pascagoula, MS / Richmond, CA

4 4 Intraflow TM Growth Review

5 5 Applications Flexibility 10-Stream Natural Gas BTU Analysis System Coalescing & Membrane Separator Drain Header Restricted Orifice Header Pressure Control Freeze Protection Heating How Did We Get There?

6 6 Sub-Systems for Integration by Others Low Sulfur Diesel Application 0-1ppm C 2 H 4 measurement in high purity C 3 H 6 stream Low volume SCS a plus Silco-steel treatment imperative to avoid C 2 H 4 sticking to stainless Silco-steel treated modular components simplifies system integration How Did We Get There?

7 7 High Pressure Development Lab Application Gas delivery system for glove box experiments How Did We Get There?

8 8 Partnerships Expanding Modularity Working closely with SpectraSensors Achieving 100ppb moisture LDL Providing scalable system platform allowing numerous performance options How Did We Get There?

9 9 Smart Systems Platform: NeSSI TM Gen II Parker HMI with PLC

10 10 Current Gen II Architecture Ethernet to Technician Workstation It’s all about the information! PLC 4-20mA

11 11 Lanxess / Sarnia; lack of confidence led to moisture related upsets & shutdowns of butyl rubber plant Lanxess / Sarnia; lack of confidence led to moisture related upsets & shutdowns of butyl rubber plant New tools deployed: remote validation and bypass & analyzer 4-20mA flow indication via DCS New tools deployed: remote validation and bypass & analyzer 4-20mA flow indication via DCS 100% uptime since June, % uptime since June, 2005 Plant shutdowns have been averted $300K ea…) Plant shutdowns have been averted $300K ea…) ‘Smart’ System Application – It Really Works “Operators Don’t Trust the Analyzer”

12 12 Complete smart sample system integration Ethylene glycol liquid service Flow & pressure sensing Conductive heating Conventional grab sample & system functionalities

13 13 Non-IS 24VDC Power Supply for Solenoid Valves and possibly sensor IS power supply Bus Communications & possibly power supply Typically Div 1 Typically Div 2 Bus Conversion Card Multi-bus chipset applicated for specific bus On-board IS barriers supporting wide range of sensor voltage requirements Bus signal conversion to relay output for non-IS solenoid valve actuation Communication Developments

14 14 Intraflow TM and Analytical Hardware GE Sensing analyzers Hardware Development

15 15 Extraction Point In-Line Filtration, Sample Conditioning and Process Analysis CCIMS or ProBloc Mount Micro Analytical Device Sample Extraction/Conditioning System

16 16 NeSSI TM with Analytics: The Final Frontier micromixer diluent in column mobile phase in sample in Scott Gilbert, CPAC Visiting Scholar Crystal Vision Microsystems LLC Atofluidic Technologies, LLC Split flow approach to sampling  -fluidic LC Chip for On-line Sample Pretreatment Pulsed electrochemical detection (on-chip) Liters per minute microliters per minute nanoliters per minute

17 17 Complete Sampling and Pretreatment Assembly Prototype for NeSSI TM Modular fluid block designed for NeSSI mounted on a Parker-Hannifin Intraflow  substrate – Courtesy of Scott Gilbert, CPAC Visiting Scholar

18 18 NeSSi TM Gen III: Intraflow TM and microAnalytics Actively seeking analyzer systems for integration into NeSSi TM platform Progressive concurrent move to Gen II and Gen III architecture Current analytical platforms are developing SP76 compliant hardware

19 19 Key Elements for Continued Growth Continue systems solutions approach – Tap to Termination capabilities Continue development of key sample conditioning components (pressure, flow, filtration, etc.) Continue development of analytical systems and interfaces for SP76 protocol

20 20 Cal Gas Delivery IntraFlow™ Smart SHS w/ remote flow & pressure indication, CTC-Human Machine Interface, solenoid pilot valve package Sample Extraction Sample Transport Environmentally Compliant Sample Return or Disposal Analyzer (by others) Thank You! Sample of HMI Screens; pressure & flow, alarms, maintenance & more! Gas Generators


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