Automation systems for a smooth production process
Modern control technology serves to automate production processes, it can take over the management of raw materials from the delivery in silos to the finished product.
If it is small, medium sized or industrial business, there is always a request for automation, however the scope of performance is orientated towards the size of business and the product variety.
The necessity to automate working processes is obvious:
- Accuracy of the recipes
- High and constant product quality
- Transparency of the production (safety by tracking and tracing)
- Better control of inventory management
- Optimum scheduling of production processes
- Relief of personnel
- Cost saving
The scope of performance of a recipe control is so varying and individual like the company itself. For this reason the offer ranges from a basic silo control, which takes over the metering of the silo components and water, via the recipe metering control, which regulates the scaling and management of powders and liquids, to the fully automated production process with Web technology.
The portfolio of Zeppelin Reimelt GmbH, Rödermark offers the optimum solution for any size of operation:
- Basic control for small and medium-sized operations: MINT 99
- The perfect solution for for medium sized and industrial operations: web-based batch management system PrismaWEB
In order to find the suitable recipe control many factors must be taken into consideration and in this context a competent partner is essential because nothing is more disadvantageous than not to use a high scope of performance and at the same time not to be able to cover the really important requirements.
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Increased flexibility and improved quality with the Codos continuous mixing and kneading system by Zeppelin Reimelt.
Jack Kilbride from system integrator Zeppelin Systems USA Inc. describes how the company can integrate Rockwell Automation technology with existing systems for batch, process or discrete operations.link: Interview