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Honeywell Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS)

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Honeywell's Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) is a modern laboratory information management system designed especially for laboratories in the process industries. LIMS is ideally suited for process plants when industrial-strength lab management is needed and integrating lab data with other business systems is desired. LIMS is optimized with features important to process plants, but without a lot of overhead.

Honeywell's LIMS provides the tools to manage lab operations and improve lab productivity. Your laboratory staff will have the tools to:

  • Schedule and automatically log samples.
  • Print sample labels with bar codes.
  • Provide other applications with quality data without requiring exporting or converting the data.
  • Export quality data to Uniformance® history tags, control systems, and other systems.
  • Control access by users based upon their assigned roles and responsibilities.
  • Translate screens and reports into other languages.

With Honeywell's LIMS, you’ll realize key advantages that can dramatically improve the contribution your laboratory makes to plant operations.

LIMS can be installed by itself or in conjunction with the proven Uniformance Database System for expanded, comprehensive capabilities.

Product Honeywell Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS)
Company Honeywell Process Solutions
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Honeywell Process Solutions
5940 Macleod Trail S.W., Suite 400 Calgary, AB T2H 2G4 CANADA

Tel: +1 800-343-0228



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