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Automation of processes

Rekord Engineering performs engineering of automation systems for processes and production facilities, selection of equipment (sensors, controllers, etc.), software configuration. And the subsequent introduction of automated control systems of processes. We optimize systems, train personnel and guarantee support.

You can order services on automation of processes calling on phones: +7 (343) 371-82-25 // 371-77-55, or send the application form to the e-mal: com@rekord-eng(точка)com.

Automation of processes and production facilities

As practice shows, practically no industrial enterprise can do without the introduction of automatic technological processes in modern conditions. Automation is a series of technical solutions, the main purpose of which is to introduce certain mechanisms and tools into the system. They can manage the processes independently, greatly minimizing the influence of man on the production process.

Initially, the automation process consists of discrete segments within a single process operation. They can be performed both separately and together. If you have all the necessary capabilities, several discrete segments are combined into one continuous process. As a result - there is a continuous process line, fully automated and without the influence of the human factor on the results of its work. If we talk about industrial enterprises with a large number of operations, then they will have many automatic lines, and each of them will be separate and carry out production according to its own algorithm set by the operating system. The basis for the development of the automation system is the design of process automation systems (APCS), at which the qualified employees of the company Rekord Engineering specialize.

Development and design of APCS

The work on the design of the process control system shall begin with a thorough study of the entire process segment. Due to this approach it is possible to determine which processes require the automation, and what parameters will be set for the whole system. In addition, preliminary analysis helps to break the whole process into separate operations.

Due to the fact that the design of a process automation system consists of many stages, each taking into account specific tasks and parameters, it is often possible to encounter this process when upgrading enterprises with increased danger, or with harmful working conditions. The most vivid example is the galvanic production. Practically at all enterprises such shops are available.

In the galvanic shop, the blank shall be covered with a layer of chromium. Manipulator puts the part in a special container (galvanic bath), where the chromium process will take place. Once it is completed, the part is removed from the bath, treated with running water and dried.

Earlier, all these actions were carried out manually, which entailed a lot of inconvenience and creating a potentially dangerous situation for employees. Now, under the control of the APCS, human labor is not used in the process at all. All parameters are set by the control program, which controls a lot of auxiliary processes, in particular:

Galvanic production has several processing lines, and information on each of them is displayed on the information display. The process control system requires high-quality and modern digital equipment, therefore, digital interfaces are often used for a more precise organization of the process, when developing the process control system.

Introduction of APCS

Introduction of automation of processes helps to achieve maximum performance from each process and gives an opportunity to get the regularity of the pace of production processes. In addition, the system provides the remote control, promptly notifying the operator of all changes that are indicated in the system.

APCS registers all parameters in real time. All information is stored on the hard disk, and, if required, it can be printed.