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Digital signal evaluation and rule-based algorithms increase process reliability in clean steel production

New software makes slag readings available factory-wide.

At METEC exhibition AMEPA will present the new AMEPA Report software which automatically analyses the measured values of the slag detection sensors in the steel mill using new methods of digital signal processing. For example, problems in the area of well block, upper nozzle or slide gate of casting ladles are detected very quickly, and the measured values are available throughout the plant.

More than 300 systems of the AMEPA electromagnetic slag detection system ESD are already in use in steelworks on ladles and converters worldwide. These systems report an alert as soon as there is a danger that the slag produced in each process step will be transferred to the next vessel.

The AMEPA Report software analyzes the measured values of the ESD sensors with digital signal processing and automatically evaluates the data based on rules. On casting ladles, measured values deviating from the nominal values are detected very quickly, for example in the area of well block, upper nozzle or slide gate. This is done without taking the time to track individual value curves. This evaluation can also be used to schedule maintenance work.

All status messages are presented to the steelworker in table form, and the measurement results in graphic form. The results can be sent automatically to previously configured user groups as shift or daily reports in the form of e-mails at specific times.

As part of the increasing cross-process networking, the system stores measurement data and system results in a database. Detailed data, current and historical, is available to users in their company-wide network.

In addition, a web server makes contents of the database available within the customer network which can be accessed at any time with standard web browsers. Thus, the AMEPA Report software makes data about accompanying slag available to different user groups at any time in an adapted visualization.

The software allows the user to adapt the parameters of the ESD system to the user’s product range. Remote maintenance and access to data for online customer support by AMEPA specialists are also available.

The new software can be used for existing slag detection systems, ESD 100 S and ESD 200 from model year 2010. In this way, customers with older systems can benefit from the advantages of development in digital evaluation.

AMEPA at METEC 2019
Düsseldorf, June 25 to 29, 2019:
Hall 5, Stand F20

About AMEPA

AMEPA GmbH has been developing and implementing innovative metrological system solutions in close cooperation with the steel, aluminium, and automotive industries for 35 years. Systems installed worldwide ensure the highest quality standards along the entire process chain of steel production and processing, from the production of high-purity functional steels to forming tribology for rolling and pressing processes in automotive engineering.

The core products of the product range are electromagnetic and thermographic systems for slag detection in the liquid phase, non-contact online roughness measurement, and oil layer inspection.

For more than 30 years, AMEPA slag detection has proven its reliability in more than 300 applications in steel mills worldwide.

With a total of 60 employees, international branches and representative offices, as well as partners all over the world, AMEPA guarantees competent, comprehensive advice and fast service.

Company-Contact
AMEPA Angewandte Messtechnik und Prozessautomatisierung GmbH
Jens Harre
Karl-Carstens-Straße 12
52146 Würselen, Germany
Phone: +49 2405 40808-0
E-Mail: info@amepa.de
Url: http://www.amepa.de

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