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Software Supports Continuous Process Improvement

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Integrated Technologies’ Plato’s Process Planner is a process modeling and planning software that calculates energy, water, waste streams, chemical usage, air emissions and costs by tank, process, line and overall wet-process facility.
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Integrated Technologies’ Plato’s Process Planner is a process modeling and planning software that calculates energy, water, waste streams, chemical usage, air emissions and costs by tank, process, line and overall wet-process facility. According to the company, the software is well-suited as a tool for supporting continuous process improvement, providing the cost and quantity data needed to enhance identification, quantification/prioritization, justification and documentation of process improvements.

Plato also can provide a “living process notebook” to capture and build process knowledge as an asset for process improvement; enhancing operations and maintenance, and training efficiency; and helping to avoid past problems. The software’s wizards and forms allow users to easily set up facilities and process lines, and enter process solution and tank data, rinse configurations, and production data. It then generates process flow diagrams with data displays and modifiable forms for objects such as tanks, scrubbers, waste streams and more, and cursor-activated data displays for flows between objects.