The industry’s annual Plant Managers Meeting hosted by Homeland Energy Solutions will be held at the Isle Casino Hotel in Iowa from January 28-31. The meeting gives plant managers and engineers a chance to share issues facing the ethanol industry and to explore solutions from vendors. Key on this year’s agenda is a session in which plant managers dissect specific incidents in individual plants and review outcomes.
Trident representatives will review the latest products and services customized for ethanol producers including:
- Migrating operating systems from legacy DCS environments to the latest platforms,
- Designing sequences to reliably control system processes,
- Combustion control technologies that enhance plant safety,
- Burner management systems and much more.
“Our customers are looking for solutions that will keep their plants functioning and deliver consistent product quality,” said Jason Hurst, CEO of Trident Automation. “This meeting is a great opportunity for plant leaders to learn about the most innovative solutions to operate ethanol plants efficiently.”
Trident Automation has served over 150 ethanol plants nationwide customizing control systems for each individual plant.
“Our systems are designed on open platforms, so operators, maintenance, and managers are able to securely operate and maintain their plant control system,” Hurst said. “But when customers need immediate service, we’re available 24/7 for troubleshooting and maintenance.”