New Still House Controls

Industry

Spirits

Business Issue

The customer was constructing a new still house at the existing location to meet future demand of their product. Their current still house was very old and run via manual means. A new control system needed to provide the site with optimization and ease of use capabilities.

Project Summary

Cornerstone Controls designed and implemented a DeltaV control system. This was done in coordination with the design of the equipment and building space by the site engineers. We worked together on the specific timeline to deliver a tested facility  to allow for production of the specified product on time.

The control system included the software to control approximately 300 I/O points as well as the attendant DeltaV hardware required.  The control valves were installed on Foundation Fieldbus to allow for intelligent data collection and the motor starters were on DeviceNet.

Scope Responsibility

  • Project Management of the Engineering team
  • Hardware Design including:
    • System Architectural Drawing
    • Power & Grounding Drawings
    • Termination Drawings
    • DeltaV Wiring Drawing Typicals
    • Panel layout for the DeltaV components
  • Hardware procurement for the DeltaV components
  • DeltaV Software Design including:
    • Functional Requirements
    • Software design and configuration
    • Factory Acceptance testing
    • Operator training
  • System Commissioning

Results

The still house was able to start up on schedule and within budget. The customer achieved the specified production volumes.