Powerful Software Tools for Process Improvement

The Process Efficiency Toolbox™ is Powerful and Easy to Use

Answer Questions

Simply answer specific system questions with multiple choice answers.

Software Generates Ideas

Process efficiency improvement ideas are generated based on artificial intelligence logic and expert system analysis.

Pick Your Target

You determine which ideas make sense to pursue based on your goals and budget.

What Type of Questions are Asked?

No privacy, proprietary or financial data needed to answer questions. Some example questions are shown below to illustrate the data entered.

SystemCategoryQuestion
Air CompressorOptimizationIs there a secondary storage receiver? (Yes,No)
BoilerEnergy SavingsDoes the deaerator have a manual vent control? (Yes,No)
Distillation ColumnOptimizationIs the reboiler return line located at least 12 inches above the column’s high liquid level? (Yes,No)
PumpTroubleshootingDoes the centrifugal pump intermittently lose suction when it rains? (Yes,No)
Reverse OsmosisCapacity IncreaseIs the actual permeate conductivity significantly lower than the required permeate conductivity? (Yes,No)
Spray BoothEmissions ReductionHow frequently is the air flow balanced in the spray booth? (Never,Daily,Weekly,Monthly,Yearly,Other)
Steam DistributionQualityAre the steam traps in the steam mains spaced further than 200 feet apart? (Yes,No)

For the more difficult questions, the software provides detailed information.

For example in the Cooling Tower system with the Water Usage Reduction category the question: Are cycles of concentration tracked or reported on a regular basis? (Yes,No)

It also contains helpful information to assist the user in answering the questions, such as: Cycle of concentration is the ratio of total dissolved solids in the blowdown water divided by the total dissolved solids of the make-up water.

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Process Efficiency Toolbox™

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