Robust, Definable Performance Reports

SQL (Structured Query Language) data makes it fast and easy to generate detailed reports and learn more about your system, whether you want to view the alarm history, check a log of every batch run, or even monitor amounts of different resins.

A variety of preprogrammed reports

The SQL Reporting Software can generate reports on your processes based on ingredients, recipes, resins, jobs, batches, alarms and even product lines as defined by the user. SQL can generate reports over time periods you define, including specific user-defined shifts or the entire history of the software.

Track job specifications and your costs

SQL reports can help you identify production costs to streamline estimates and quotes. The reports also make it simpler for ISO certified companies to check and prove that they are meeting standards for quality, safety, and recycling. It even records every alarm that stops the system running, to make it easy to identify chokepoin

Define your own parameters

The structure of SQL records allows for detail and ease of organizing the specific information you need in order to understand your process. Reports can be made for each batch, the history of recipes, the inventory of materials in hoppers, and even the alarms that have stopped the blenders.

Use your SQL Reporting software to generate on-screen or printed reports that contain valuable production information about your process. These reports can be used to track your material usage, troubleshoot your process, to determine production costs and plan for future jobs. SQL allows users to define the reports they want to have generated, by choosing from information the SQL server collects continuously.

Batch logging

Record of every batch run by a blender. This data includes a timestamp, blender name, recipe name, recipe number, order number,batch number, production line, shift name, hopper name, material name, set weight, actual weight, set recipe and actual recipe.

Alarm logging

Record of every alarm that stops a blender. This data includes a timestamp, blender name, production line name, shift name, alarm source, alarm message and alarm severity.

Inventory logging

Periodic record of the blender stocks, taken in regular increments of time and every time the blender starts and stops. This data includes a timestamp, blender name, production line name, shift name, processed material weight and reason for entry.

Recipe logging

Records every time the blender changes recipe or resin selection. This data includes a timestamp, blender name, recipe name, recipe number, order number, production line, shift name, material name, set weight, actual weight, hopper number, set recipe and actual recipe.