The IPT Shows Off Innovec’s Functionality And Reliability

The IPT Shows Off Innovec’s Functionality And Reliability

Manufacturers are increasingly turning to reliable and simple to use Innovec products, such as the IPT. Here is an example of its use for the refueling of different stations, it is usually loaded onto the back of trucks.

CUSTOMER CHALLENGE

Wanting to increase production rates the Melbourne based Omega Chemicals needed to achieve more accurate volumes and greater output for each production batch. They turned to Innovec for implementing an eight-head controller to run pumps, take signals from magnetic flow meters and drive conveyors.

PRODUCT SOLUTION

Since the Innovec Printing Totalisor’s (ITP) instalment in mid-2011, our client’s process has been greatly simplified and streamlined. Previously, with the two separate instruments, it was up to a worker to physically write down and record the flow levels. Now however, with the IPT, the process has been automated, allowing for Innovec to live up to its name of reliable and compact solutions that work to improve workplace environments and processes.

MANUFACTURERS HAVE COME TO RELY ON INNOVEC TO SOLVE ONGOING PROBLEMS RELATED TO RELIABILITY AND FUNCTIONALITY. INNOVEC’S ITP REFLECTS THIS TENDENCY FOR COMPACT DEPENDABLE INSTRUMENTATION

RESULTS ACHIEVED

The IPT has since become known as Innovec’s most reliable and sought-after products, its compact nature, its simplicity, its integration of multiple instruments and processes, as well as its incredible functionality. All in all, the Innovec Printing Totalisor stands proud as a product that has been installed all over Australia and New Zealand, up to ice road trucks in high northern Canada.

The IPT is normally fitted onto trucks, in order to record the wide variety of locations some trucking vehicles unload liquids onto, although this is not necessarily the case.

To find out more, visit the product page here:

https://innovec.rediweb.com.au/shop/batch-controllers-flow-measurement/ipt-printing-totalisor/