Process control enables extensive production of processes in industries such as paper manufacturing, oil refining, power plants, and chemicals.
On the other hand, instrumentation is a process of measuring variables of manufacturing or production area. It can also be referred to as handheld device used to measure the desired variables.
Remember, instruments are devices used to measures the physical quantity of an item such as temperature, flow, level, angle, pressure, or distance. It is clear that instruments are part of control systems in factories, refineries, and vehicles. For that reason, process control instrumentation helps engineers to learn how to classify and identify possible variables and control objects, sketch process instrumentation and assess the significance of process control.
Process control instrumentation is also important in a way that it offers engineers with a better understanding about the safety of their working environment. This is due to its capability to detect the above-mentioned things that are very essential in any working place.