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Calvary Develops In-House Control System

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CALeye 2.0 provides customizable, automated control for pretreatment systems.


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Calvary Industries’ CALeye 2.0 pretreatment monitoring system is designed to provide comprehensive process management and increasing washer system control, while also improving performance and lowering operational costs. The CALeye 2.0 is a SCADA system with SQL database archival. It automatically tracks, logs and reports vital data (such as chemistry usage, downtime or data collected from individual stages) to enable efficient audits and troubleshooting. According to the company, the set points and limits for the chemistry are set by the same chemical engineers who work on the design and testing of the products, which helps keep the system in specification on a tighter level across a broader range of parameters.


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