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Nominees sought for 2011 HART Plant of the Year Award

26 April 2011

The HART Communication Foundation is now actively seeking nominees for the 10th annual HART Plant of the Year Award. Qualified end users and manufacturers from across the globe can enter their plant or customer’s plant for recognition.

The 2010 winner of the HART Plant of the Year was MOL Danube in Hungary
The 2010 winner of the HART Plant of the Year was MOL Danube in Hungary

The HART Plant of the Year is presented to end-users in the process automation industry to recognise the exceptional application of HART Communication technology. Nominations will be accepted through 30 June 2011. Nomination forms and details are available at www.hartcomm.org.

“Selection of the HART Plant of the Year is based on a the use of HART Communication not on the size of the installation. We are seeking a plant that has taken the capabilities of HART instruments beyond configuration and calibration,” says Ron Helson, HART Communication Foundation Executive Director. “Or, the plant that is using real-time diagnostics and process variables in HART-enabled devices integrated with control, information, asset management, or safety systems.”

Previous winners of the award include MOL Danube in Hungary (To read the full story go to http://www.controlengeurope.com/article/39754/2010-HART-Plant-of-the-Year.aspx.) Mitsubishi Chemical in Japan, VSA Petropiar inVenezuela, StatoilHydro in Norway, Sasol Solvents in South Africa, Clariant in Germany and DuPont in USA.




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