Francisco Espinosa

Francisco Espinosa

Fco. Espinosa Services Projects & Delivery - Applications Engineering After working in Siemens Mexico, he joined to Schneider Mexico in 1993, throughout these years he has developed automation projects across all kind of industries as food and beverage, petro-chemical, mining, automotive and water and waste water. He is in charge of application service engineers team and country technical support L2. In 2010, Francisco became TÜV Functional Safety Engineer, since then, he is involved in engineering design and management, involving safety, electrical and control systems.

Trying to understand (SIS) Safety Instrumented Systems?

As automation process engineers, we know about safety instrumented systems in process industry, but safety systems are in multiple industries and applications with their own safety standards and their own… Read more »

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100 years of catastrophic accidents leads to a safer Process Industry

So much to be learned from taking a look at the history of “safety standards”… In the last 100 years many catastrophic accidents have occurred in process industry around the world: Bhopal India… Read more »

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