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Marketing NeSSI™ Globally What’s the Plan?. Issues There are periodic requests for NeSSI™ information from the “press” Should we provide directed mailings.

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1 Marketing NeSSI™ Globally What’s the Plan?

2 Issues There are periodic requests for NeSSI™ information from the “press” Should we provide directed mailings to press? Do we need to develop a press kit? Should we work to involve more Asian participation Trade shows, conferences, publications, etc Company contacts

3 NeSSI™ Market Data Data compiled by CPAC from Industry Sources

4 NeSSI™ Sales by Year Intended to show growth in sales-- Could also be combined to show total from all 3 vendors

5 NeSSI™ Units by Industry Intended to show application areas by different industries – could add other categories Lab Fine Chemicals Manufacturing Oil/Petrochemical

6 Application Data XX% of units liquids, rest gas applications Stream composition ranges from H 2 to Diesel fuel Pressure range from vacuum to XX psig Most ambient temperature, X% heated up to X°C About xx base surface-mount components available Intended to show range of typical applications – more could be added

7 SAM Functionality Priority Results from Survey

8 SAM software applets Michelle Kohn (UOP) survey to identify priorities for elements in each major class of functionality: Analyser / sample handling system monitoring and control Validation routines Asset management Utility management System health User interface Responses according to: Customer viewpoint: importance 1 = Nice to have 2 = Important 3 = Critical 1 = Nice to have 2 = Important 3 = Critical Supplier viewpoint: ease of implementation 1 = Difficult > 6 months 2 = Easy 6 months 2 = Easy < 6 months 3 = Doable now < 1 month Priority = Importance x Ease Participants Customers: Dow, ExxonMobil, UOP/HW, CPAC Suppliers: Parker, Swagelok, Circor, ABB, Emerson, Siemens, Infometrix

9 Analyser / sample handling system monitoring and control RequirementRanking Stream switching – multiple process sample streams 8.6 Temperature monitor/control of sample system (substrate) heater 6.8 Stream switching – zero, linearity, span checks 6.4 Data Validity/quality Flag 6.3 Temperature monitor/control of vaporizing regulator 6.1 Barometric pressure sensing for use with compensation algorithm with analytical results 5.9 Pressure control by means of a pressure sensor / modulating valve 5.5 Temperature monitor/control of enclosure heater 5.4 Temperature monitor/control of selected external heating zones (e.g. methanizer) 5.1 Flow control by means of a flow sensor / modulating valve (sample and bypass) 4.7 Heat tracer – temperature monitoring and control 4.6 Backpressure monitoring and control 4.5 Control of sampling pumping and aspiration systems ( spent process back to the source) 4.5 Temperature monitor/control of instrument air purifiers, etc. (clean up) 4.1 Pressure control around a fluctuating process control valve - constant flow 4.0 Provides safety trips – based on pressure, temperature, flow (leak), etc. 4.0 Using differential pressure sensor to swing sample filters or change / loss of flow 3.8 Leak detection by pressure lock-in/isolation monitoring pressure fixed time 3.8 Deviation alarm between redundant analyzers 3.8 Interaction with process events for startup and shutdown of sampling and analysis 3.5 Cooling of substrate 3.0 Analytical interaction modules - ranges, optical filter selection, path length selection 2.6 Moisture/condensation sensing and remedial action (as part of filter for example) 2.6 Calculates mass flow/density of process (vapour) sample flows and uses with analyzer concentration to give a mass concentration 2.4 Self-purges / cleans a dirty system on an as need or regular basis 1.7

10 Validation RequirementRanking Introduction of zero and span fluids (e.g. valve commands) or other checks for benchmarking/calibration 7.3 Alarms on failed validation check 6.1 Validate analytical sensor operation 4.6 Programmable ability to introduce checks at various times and durations (e.g. every day for x minutes) common to all 4.6 Control charts to determine the need for calibration and track performance above and below the control limits 4.5 Validate flow accuracy 4.0 Validate temperature accuracy 3.8 Validate pressure sensor accuracy–e.g. timing routine from calibration fluids 3.0 Long term storage and history of SQC results on board 3.0 Calculation of deviation from benchmark values common to all routine USD 2.9 Supports the use of permeation devices (flow and temperature control) 2.8 Calculate analyzer system uptime 2.8 Ability to stagger validation routines when redundant devices are used 1.6 Full survey available on CPAC web-site:


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