Company Overview of Honeywell Process Solutions
Honeywell Process Solutions offers automation control solutions to customers internationally. It serves the process and hybrid industries, including refining, oil and gas, pulp and paper, mining, minerals and metals, bulk and batch chemicals, petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, power transmission and distribution, and power generation. Honeywell Process Solutions was formerly known as Honeywell Industry Solutions and changed its name to Honeywell Process Solutions in December 2003. The company was founded in 1885 and is based in Phoenix, Arizona with an additional office in Baghdad, Iraq. Honeywell Process Solutions operates as a subsidiary of Honeywell Automation and Control Solutions.
2500 west Union Hills Drive
Phoenix, AZ 85027
Founded in 1885
Key Executives for Honeywell Process Solutions
Chief Financial Officer, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Driving Processes
Chief Information Officer and Vice President of Information Technology
Vice President and General Counsel
Vice President of Technology
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Honeywell Process Solutions Key Developments
Honeywell Process Solutions Announces Five-Year Agreement with Refining NZ
Nov 20 15
Honeywell Process Solutions has announced a five-year agreement to provide maintenance, support and project delivery to Refining NZ, through the HPS Assurance 360 program. Building on a relationship spanning more than 25 years, Refining NZ selected HPS to provide full lifecycle maintenance for the refinery's control systems, as well as to migrate the refinery to the most recent process control technology, Honeywell's Experion PKS (Process Knowledge System).
Honeywell Process Solutions Launches RTU2020 Process Controller
Nov 17 15
Honeywell Process Solutions launched its newest RTU2020 process controller, which helps operating companies in oil and gas, mining and other process industries effectively manage complex remote automation and control applications. The industrial operations are increasingly challenged with converting Big Data from complex automation systems and into relevant, actionable information. The growth of unconventional exploration and production in oil and gas has also increased the number of remote assets and data to manage. The RTU2020, enhanced with native redundancy, expanded input/output (I/O) modules, and wireless I/O, is a modular process controller that provides complete visibility into the most efficient utilization of distributed assets through expanded remote monitoring, diagnostic and asset management. The unit is designed to withstand harsh environments and can be deployed at remote sites with very low power consumption (1.8 watts), which is ideal for use with solar power. It also allows for remote maintenance and cuts equipment monitoring and diagnostic time from hours to minutes. RTU2020 now increases availability through native controller redundancy “ no switch is required for I/O communications. A new integrated onboard solution provides wireless I/O integration of ISA100 instruments, with no specialized module needed. ISA100 instruments appear as native I/O to the controller. The RTU2020 controller's 28 channels of onboard I/O can now be extended by adding one or more of the new 28 channel mixed I/O modules. Like the onboard I/O, the new mixed I/O module is HART-enabled. This approach contrasts with process controllers requiring separate dedicated HART modules or external multiplexers. No extra hardware is needed with this solution, and digital HART data and diagnostics are available locally for use in control and alarming as well as remote instrument health monitoring.
Honeywell Process Solutions Announces New Unisim Design Utility for Safer Oil and Gas Operations
Oct 27 15
Honeywell Process Solutions (HPS) announced a key enhancement to its UniSim design and simulation software designed to help manufacturing facilities improve safety and reduce capital expenditures for both new and existing installations. The new UniSim Design Blowdown Utility, designed specifically for oil and gas, petrochemical, and chemical industry applications assists in designing systems to allow for safe depressurization of process equipment. It also helps companies manage capital costs by more accurately selecting the right construction materials and blowdown system sizes needed for the site.
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