Ammonia is one of the largest-volume synthetic chemicals produced in the world. While ammonia process technology has improved drastically over the past 50 years, there are some processes that are just too dynamic and can’t be modeled or optimized with your current tools.
Your engineering and operations teams have likely picked all the lower hanging fruit in terms of optimization and generally debottlenecked the plant. However, it’s mathematically impossible for ammonia producers to capture all the multivariate and dynamic relationships with linear models. That’s exactly why we built Imubit – the first AI tools built to optimize your ammonia production processes.
Our process optimization AI tools for ammonia producers – help you maximize profitability on your ammonia production processes. It’s not just generic AI tools, but next-level artificial intelligence that understands the complexities and nuances of the ammonia production process.
No obligation EVALUATION
If you qualify for our evaluation program, you get detailed scoping, modeling, closed-loop commissioning, and 3 months of continuous improvement before any payment decision
No upfront expenses
You pay a fixed annual subscription for an all-inclusive Deep Learning Process Control® solution and service for your application
Measure benefits in months
You can be up and running with your first Deep Learning Process Control® application running in closed loop in just 4 to 6 months
Learn about how Imubit’s Closed Loop Neural Network™ helps ammonia production leaders discover, engineer and monetize new margin opportunities at your refineries:
Generalized first-principle economic models
Steady-state baseline models
Process modeling platform
Deep learning process models
Dynamic relationships visualization
Pre-optimized truly dynamic controller
Process control network software
Control room application
Imubit’s team understands what we’re trying to do from an operating and an economics perspective. Their Closed Loop Neural Network™ technology and their approach have aligned everyone from planning and operations around a shared goal of maximizing production profits.”
-Process control and optimization manager