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  • Chemical Mixing Process using PLC

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Because of their capacity to be user programmable, PLCs are widely utilised in the automation industry and process control systems. Different liquids are mixed in predefined proportions by an automated liquid mixer. The PLC provides the control valve with its input.

  • Steel Industry.
  • Glass Industry.
  • Paper industry.
  • Textile industry.
  • Cement Industry.
  • Chemical industry.
  • Automobile industry.
  • Food Processing System.

  • PLCs are not just used in the manufacturing industry to mix chemicals. They can be used in a variety of industries, including chemical, food, and pharmaceutical.
  • PLCs are programmed to mix chemicals by following a set of instructions that are inputted into the machine. The system is also capable of mixing chemicals without any human intervention.

Siemens is the most widely used PLC in process sectors. Allen Bradley controllers were used in the majority of American industrial industries. It's the same in the manufacturing industries of the United States. Mitsubishi, Toshiba, Fuji, and Omron are all employed in manufacturing in Asian countries.

The Processor, Power Supply, Input/Output Modules, and a Programming Device are the hardware components of a PLC.

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