CERLIC CONTROLS AB

CERLIC

The objective of Cerlic is to contribute globally to minimize pollution to lakes, rivers and seas by developing, manufacturing and implementing measuring and control instrumentation that makes industrial and municipal processes more efficient.
Our instruments for on-line measurement and control are characterized by high degrees of quality, functionality and user-friendliness to provide reliable information of significant process parameters. We develop our products according to ISO9001 standards.

In developing more intelligent and precise instruments to meet the need of the market, Cerlic contributes to improve process control, reduced production costs and increased productivity in the water and waste water treatment process, pulp and paper, as well as other industries.

The role of Cerlic in the Diamond project is to deliver measuring data from the process and also to further develop diagnostics of the on-line sensors.

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The objective of Cerlic is to contribute globally to minimize pollution to lakes, rivers and seas by developing, manufacturing and implementing measuring and control instrumentation that makes industrial and municipal processes more efficient.
Our instruments for on-line measurement and control are characterized by high degrees of quality, functionality and user-friendliness to provide reliable information of significant process parameters. We develop our products according to ISO9001 standards.

In developing more intelligent and precise instruments to meet the need of the market, Cerlic contributes to improve process control, reduced production costs and increased productivity in the water and waste water treatment process, pulp and paper, as well as other industries.

The role of Cerlic in the Diamond project is to deliver measuring data from the process and also to further develop diagnostics of the on-line sensors.

 

Project acronym
DIAMOND

Project title
 AdvanceD data management and InformAtics for the optimuM operatiON anD control of wastewater treatment plants


Project reference
FP7-SME-315145

Project coordinator
MSI (Mondragón Sistemas de Información Sociedad Cooperativa)

Start date: 01/09/2012
End date: 30/08/2014


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 This research has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme managed by REA – Research Executive Agency http://ec.europa.eu/research/rea (FP7/2007_2013) under Grant Agreement N.315145

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