Automation

Phoenix have been involved with many projects where their experience in control and integration has been employed to work up an automation project.

Many contracts within the food factory sector have been completed to integrate different pieces of equipment to automate a production line.
Some projects have required simple interlocks, whilst others have involved the design and building of control panels, along with the writing of complex PLC logic.

Systems often employ "programmable logic controllers" (PLC's).
All software is written "in house".

Most installations are fully automated, requiring only visual checking, and the replacement of dosing chemicals by an engineer.
Operator plant changes are easily achieved using our Dlog SCADA system, or HMI on the smaller installations.


Fully automated treatment plants installed in 1993 are still fully functioning.
New technology & ideas are continually evaluated and integrated into our systems, if appropriate.