INCATools

INCATools is a set of process control tools that optimize your plant operations. The suite contains the most powerful PID tuning tools on the market and powerful MPC and softsensing tools used in many processes around the world.

The benefits of tuning PID controllers with the INCAtools

  • Reduced process oscillations resulting in less wear and tear of the equipment
  • Less alarms
  • Less operator interventions
  • More efficient plant operations (higher production, less specific energy consumption, better quality control,…)
  • Our tools are also available in the Cloud

Discover our PID tuning tools

Tuning individual PID controllers

Tuning individual and multiple interacting PID controllers.
Also available as Cloud Application

Compare our PID Tuning tools
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The benefits of using the APC INCAtools

  • Flexible licensing system (perpetual, term)
  • Proven technology used by e.g. Yara worldwide, Lanxess, Sabic, Ineos, Fauji, Engro, Fatima, OCI Nitrogen,..
  • Intuitive configuration and use
  • Integrates with most DCS and PLC systems

Discover our MPC tools

MPC and Softsensing software

What defines the IPCOS’ INCATools?

  • INCA PID Tuner: PID tuning tool for tuning all PID loops on all common DCS and PLC systems. Based on engineering specifications (tracking or disturbance rejection performance). For tuning individual PID loops.
  • INCA AptiTune: PID tuning tool for tuning all PID loops on all common DCS and PLC systems. Based on engineering specifications (tracking or disturbance rejection performance). For tuning individual and interacting PID loops.
  • INCA Sensor: Softensing toolkit to estimate quality parameters like concentrations, Melt Index, Particle Size distributions, Density,…..
  • INCA MPC: A popular MPC tool used in the (Petro)chemical, fertilizer, power, waste and cement industry around the world.
  • Flexible licensing models. We offer perpetual licenses, term licenses and pay as you go license in the Cloud.

Best practices

  • Look beyond the controllers. Look at the process, the instruments, the actuators.
  • Tune the controllers optimally for the job they need to do (setpoint tracking and/or disturbance rejection)
  • Robust controllers can make your life more easy (less gain scheduling or complicated control setups)
  • Document all the modifications in a clear way