Process Automation Systems (PAS) are big-ticket items. Whether they are part of new plant construction, an upgrade to an existing facility, or a long-planned plant expansion, deciding how to choose and implement them takes time, money, and plenty of control expertise.
They can be implemented in-house, through a system integrator, and/or in conjunction with a PAS supplier. Along with high price comes high-return expectations on the part of companies and control engineers. Perhaps ironically, some respondents indicate they’re not getting the most from some PAS features because of too-few onsite personnel.
Process Automation Systems has delivered process automation systems to Fortune 500 companies in a wide range of markets, including industrial products, infrastructure, and semiconductors to name a few. Some examples include:
Multiple machines used in the manufacture of industrial sensors, including pressure test systems, high pressure cleaning systems, and laser welders.<
Robotic material handling system to support plastics development and interfacing to an oven.
Robotic material handling system to support automated testing processes for plastics development.
Full-line web handling and assembly system to convert raw material into final product using ultrasonic welding, pneumatic pick-place, stapling, and die cutting processes.
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