Installation and Start-up on Site
The installation and the
on-site start-up consist of correct positioning, putting on the line, and
connection to your installation, and verifying that the equipment has not
suffered damage during transport. The final settings and adjustments are then made.
A Site Acceptance Tests (SAT) protocol may be followed to formalize this final
phase of the project.
Tests and Commissioning
In the first place, a power-up is operated after a general conformity check with design specifications, for example, electrical diagrams. Then the automation engineer executes I/O test sequences on each sensor, each actuator, and all hardware connected to the machine. The PLC program then starts the debugging phase. In parallel, the trimmer finalizes any alterations and starts the mechanical adjustment of the machine.
Dismantling and Relocation
The disassembly of production lines and accessories as well as infrastructure (heating, cooling, compressors) is carried out by our well-trained staff with years of experience the disassembly process is coordinated in advance with the client to allow, if
necessary, ongoing production to continue simultaneously with the disassembly of the production line. As part of disassembly, everything is Followed or during disassembly, the machines, and parts – if necessary – are packed in boxes or loaded directly onto lorries or put in shipping containers. During this process, care is always taken so that, on the one hand, as few modes of transport are used as possible (containers, lorries) and, on the other hand, there is no risk of damage during transport. We prepare all necessary documents and packing lists for each type of transport.
documented, i.e. the individual parts are labeled logically and photographed in detail. Removal of the machines and components is specific to the buildings and is coordinated with the client.
moving machinery to its actual site
hook up of controls and wiring
training of operators