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Schneider Electric Appoints Christophe de Maistre as New Segment President for Energies and Chemicals
Rueil-Malmaison (France) - July 17, 2024 - Schneider Electric, a leader in the digital transformation of energy management and industrial automation, has announced the appointment of Christophe de Maistre as the new Segment President for Energies and Chemicals (E&C). Christophe brings to Schneider Electric, TIME and Statista’s most sustainable company for 2024, more than three decades of leadership in the automation, digitalization and electrification of industrial processes. Schneider Electric, leveraging its solutions and services across the entire project/plant lifecycle, will harness Christophe’s expertise to empower energy companies to expedite their digital transformation and achieve sustainability and operational efficiency objectives. “Industry continues to face pressure to decarbonize to meet climate goals,” said Christophe de Maistre. “With energy responsible for over 80% of the world’s carbon emissions, energy and chemicals majors are standing at the forefront of the energy transition as we move towards net zero and a more sustainable energy supply mix. At the same time, with demand for energy increasing E&C companies must increase productivity and continue to minimize risk and prioritize safety.”   Collaborating with companies from conventional energy generation to emerging sectors like green hydrogen, carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS), sustainable plastics, biofuels, and sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), the Schneider Electric team partners with its customers to strategize, digitize, and decarbonize through open, software-defined automation. Bringing together process and power operations and delivering a complete portfolio of solutions that connect controls to software the company can support CAPEX reductions by up to 20%, improve energy usage by up to 10 percent and reduce downtime by up to 15%. Christophe began his professional career at Siemens in the early 1990s and held various management positions, including CEO of the French branch and President of Southern Europe Operations of the company. He also managed several Automation and Drives businesses in China, including Vice President for Siemens Building Technology in North-East Asia and senior vice president for the Converteam Asia-Pacific Zone (now GE Power Conversion).  Christophe joined Schneider Electric in 2017 as Executive Vice President of the Partner Project Division, with a focus on Low Voltage electrical power distribution products, equipment, and solutions. In this role, Christophe spearheaded Schneider Electric’s acquisition of Larsen & Toubro’s Electrical & Automation business in India. His leadership transformed this regional market leader into Schneider Electric’s third-largest worldwide group organization in terms of sales, manufacturing, and R&D. Most recently, Christophe was Zone President for DACH (Germany, Austria, and Switzerland) and CEO for Schneider Electric, Germany.  About Schneider Elec...
Jul 20, 2024
Introducing the 350900 High-Temperature Velocity and Acceleration Sensor (HTVAS)
Advanced Design for Extreme Conditions One of the standout features of the 350900 HTVAS is its robust design, which is specifically tailored to operate in the extreme environments typically encountered in gas turbines. Gas turbines operate under high-temperature conditions that can reach up to 900°F (482°C). To ensure reliability and performance in such harsh environments, the HTVAS incorporates a cutting-edge design that separates the sensor’s sensing element from the signal conditioning electronics. Separation of Sensing Element and Signal Conditioning Electronics The innovative design of the HTVAS features a distinct separation between the sensing element and the signal conditioning electronics. This separation allows the sensor to withstand high temperatures without compromising the integrity of the measurement signals. The sensing element is exposed to the high-temperature environment of the gas turbine, while the signal conditioning electronics are housed in a cooler, protected location. This design choice not only enhances the sensor’s durability but also improves its overall performance in extreme conditions. Mineral-Insulated Hardline Cable A key component of this advanced design is the mineral-insulated hardline cable that connects the sensing element to the signal conditioner. This robust cable technology eliminates the issue of intermittent connector failures—a common problem in traditional sensor designs. The hardline cable is designed to provide a reliable, stable connection that maintains signal integrity even under the high temperatures and vibrations present in gas turbine environments. This feature ensures that the HTVAS delivers accurate and consistent measurements, which are critical for effective machinery protection and diagnostics. Hot-sale product ABB DO610 3BHT300006R1 GE IC694APU300 ABB DO620 3BHT300009R1 GE IC694MDL740 ABB DO630  3BHT300007R1 GE IC694MDL742 ABB DO630 3BHT300007R1 GE IC694MDL754 ABB DO801 3BSE020510R1 GE IC694PWR321 ABB DO802 3BSE022364R1 GE IC694PWR331 ABB DO810 3BSE008510R1 GE IC695ACC400 BENTLY NEVADA 3500/22M 288055-01 HONEYWELL 8C-PDODA1 51454472-175 BENTLY NEVADA 3500/32M 149986-02 HONEYWELL 8C-TAID61 51307069-175 BENTLY NEVADA 3500/33 149986-01 HONEYWELL 8C-TAIDA1 51307131-175 BENTLY NEVADA 3500/40M 140734-01 HONEYWELL CC-PAIM01 51405045-175 BENTLY NEVADA 3500/40M 176449-01 HONEYWELL CC-PAIN01 51410069-176 BENTLY NEVADA 3500/60 163179-01 HONEYWELL CC-PAIX01 51405038-275 EMERSON KJ3002X1-BD1 12P1033X102 Schneider 140CPU53414A EMERSON KJ3002X1-BF1 12P1732X082 Schneider 140CPU65150C EMERSON KJ3002X1-BG2 12P1731X082 Schneider 140CPU65160S EMERSON KJ3008X1-BA1 12P2293X052 Schneider 140CPU67060 EMERSON KJ3102X1-BA1 12P1863X032 Schneider 140CRA21220 Brand new✔ In stock ✔ Fast shipping✔ Contact:Leonia E-mail : sales11@amikon.cn Mobile/WhatsApp: +8618030175807
Jul 13, 2024
Automation Spare Parts Market Gears Up for Growth: Ensuring Smooth Operations in a Data-Driven Era
The industrial automation landscape is heavily reliant on a robust supply chain for spare parts. With the increasing adoption of data-driven technologies and the rise of Industry 4.0, the demand for reliable and readily available automation spare parts is surging. This trend is fueling growth in the global automation spare parts market, creating opportunities for both manufacturers and distributors.   Market Growth Driven by Technological Advancements Several factors are contributing to the expanding market for automation spare parts: Complexity of Modern Automation Systems: Modern industrial automation systems are intricate and rely on a multitude of interconnected components. This complexity necessitates a readily available supply of spare parts to ensure minimal downtime in case of malfunctions. Proliferation of Advanced Electronics: The growing use of sophisticated electronic components in automation equipment necessitates a steady supply of specialized spare parts. These components are often crucial for ensuring optimal system performance and functionality. Emphasis on Preventive Maintenance: With a growing focus on predictive and preventive maintenance strategies, industrial facilities are prioritizing the timely replacement of aging or potentially failing parts to prevent costly disruptions. Rise of Data-Driven Automation: The integration of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and analytics into automation systems is generating valuable data for proactive maintenance practices. This data-driven approach further emphasizes the need for readily available spare parts to address potential issues before they escalate. Market Trends Shaping the Future The automation spare parts market is undergoing a transformation, with several key trends influencing the landscape: Growth of E-commerce Platforms: Online marketplaces are increasingly catering to the demand for automation spare parts, offering convenience and wider selection for industrial buyers. Focus on OEM Parts and Compatibility: Manufacturers are prioritizing the availability of original equipment manufacturer (OEM) parts to ensure optimal system performance and maintain equipment warranties. Emphasis on Sustainability and Remanufacturing: Sustainability concerns are driving the exploration of remanufactured spare parts as a cost-effective and environmentally friendly alternative. Demand for On-Demand and Just-in-Time Delivery: Industrial facilities are seeking efficient supply chain solutions for spare parts, with a focus on on-demand inventory management and just-in-time delivery models to minimize downtime and storage costs. The Future of Automation Spare Parts: Agility and Adaptability As the industrial automation landscape continues to evolve, the automation spare parts market will need to remain agile and adaptable. By embracing emerging technologies, forging strategic partnerships, and prioritizing supply chain optimization, manufacturers...
Jun 29, 2024

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