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In the past few years, one of the most common topics in the chemical companies has been about the change from continuous production to batch production.
When I started to get involved in the chemical companies, I was an advocate for the switch to batch processing. In hindsight, this was based on my view of the app at the time. I have worked in the operations department. I am very interested in data and numbers. I believe they will tell you everything and provide you with the perfect basis for making decisions, developing existing products, investing in new kits, or redesigning the entire process.
So, the next step is to find the five most important points and encourage someone to discuss the changes from mass production to continuous production.
Quality: With greater control and automation in the production process, it becomes easier to eliminate inconsistencies in the quality of the final product.
Waste: The better the quality, the higher the frequency of meeting the quality requirements, and the fewer times the product is wasted and reworked. This has a huge return on baseline production costs.
Safety: In modern workplaces, safety is increasingly becoming an important consideration. By increasing the degree of automation and built-in alarms to reduce exposure to chemicals, significant safety advantages can be added.
Space: In mass production, you have to store a large number of products, including before and after production. By switching to a smaller batch continuous production method, you can have smaller and more frequent deliveries, allowing you to reuse the old storage Facilities to additional production lines.
Cost: Each improvement will bring cost incentives to the enterprise. By increasing production space, reducing waste or improving quality, cost efficiency can be achieved in multiple areas.
With the advancement of measurement and control instruments, it would be a negligence if the potential benefits that may be brought by continuous production investment are not investigated. The potential lies in achieving more predictable final product quality, thereby reducing rework and scrap. Reduce the required production space, a safer working environment, greater control and flexible supply chain operations and the ability to deliver smaller orders and increase your potential customer base.
This is a very good topic for discussion and learning. I will be very happy to talk with more professionals in the field of chemical production to further expand my understanding.
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