Back to the Basics: The Role Of The Analyzer

Hello 2016.

The clean slate of the new year makes it the ideal time to make a firm decision to facilitate improvement in some area of your life or business.

Many businesses make resolutions, but when they don’t work, it’s often because the goals are impossible to achieve, the fixes that are needed can’t happen in a short time, or there are simply too many. Because the success rate for resolutions is so low, it would be wise to continually review your goals, examine what has brought success, and go back to the basics.

Plan for Resolution Success

Christmas is almost here. Your shopping is nearly complete. Friends and relatives are making plans to celebrate together. After all the season's greetings have come to an end, it will be time to ring in a new year. 

If you are planning on making New Year's resolutions for your manufacturing process, you'll want to set it up for success. Here are 5 ways to make your plant successful in 2016 & beyond:

Safety Wish List

With the holidays approaching, everyone is making a wish list. New technical gadgets, new clothes, new toys…What is on your list for a safer industrial environment?

Here are the top 5 ways to “gift” your plant with safety this year:

Thanks for Visiting Us

Thank you for visiting with us the other week at the CHEM Show 2015! We enjoyed discussing your applications and look forward to working with you in helping you select the safest and most reliable system to meet your unique needs and specifications.

This 100 year anniversary of the CHEM Show brought together 5,000+ CPI Professionals to make the Show a huge success, including:

Give Thanks

Wishing you blessings of health, happiness, and success on Thanksgiving & always.

During this special season of gratitude, all of us at Control Instruments would like to express our sincere appreciation for your confidence and loyalty.

We are deeply thankful and extend to you our best wishes for a happy and healthy Thanksgiving Day and look forward to new opportunities and experiences to share in the coming year.

Have a Safe celebration!

Explosions Happen.

Industrial fires and explosions happen and they have serious consequences. In 2014 alone, “accidents in the U.S. chemical and processing industries resulted in 85 fatalities and more than 600 serious injuries". But we rarely hear about them.

Visit us at the 2015 CHEM SHOW

Come visit us next week at the 2015 CHEM Show at the Javits Center in NYC on November 17-19!

This year the CHEM Show will celebrate its 100th anniversary by looking to the innovations that will drive the industry into the future, "if you are involved in processing chemicals, pharmaceuticals, foods or other products that require mixing, blending, separating, or any process application, The Chem Show is your best resource to see and learn about the latest solutions that fit your process applications".

In a Complicated Process, Safety is a Simple Solution


Coil Coating is a complicated process, in fact it is the most advanced method for coating metal.

Explosion Protection

Industrial accidents by fire and explosion can cost many lives and cause millions in property damage.To prevent accidents, we study known and potential hazards, and establish guidelines for avoiding them.

Minimum Standards: An Example

Continuing our discussion from last week, here's more on the topic of minumum standards from the President of CIC:

So why would a rubber curing oven explode despite being fitted with an analyzer in the drying zone?