Date: February 13, 2019 9:58 am

TAKE CONTROL OF AUTOMATED EFFICIENCY.

TAKE CONTROL OF AUTOMATED EFFICIENCY.

Whether you’re planning a new production facility or looking to reconfigure your current factory set-up, there’s one thing that should always be at the forefront of your mind – efficiency.

Without efficiency underpinning everything that you do, OEMs and end users can expect a host of issues to deal with. Things like slower electrical and mechanical processes, more stress being placed on your infrastructure, not to mention the likelihood of greater downtime. In other words, on a daily basis, your business will be haemorrhaging money rather than making it.

To ensure efficiency is at the forefront of your plans, the answer lies in control panel manufacture and automated systems for both new ventures and existing production environments.

At Delta Rock, we’re proven in manufacturing intelligent control panels for a variety of industrial process plants. Everything from the food & drink sector, to water, chemical, pharmaceutical and renewable energy.

Flexible in design, but solid in performance, these control panels and automated systems provide our clients with unrivalled reliability and quality of service.

Customers trust the Delta Rock team and our capability to design, manufacture and test control panels. To develop software at the heart of truly integrated systems.

We can help OEMs and end users by building and installing low voltage control panels and motor control centres – both compliant to IEC 61439.

As well as low voltage switchboards, our automation systems include programmable logic controllers (PLC) and human machine interfaces (HMI). Supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA), variable speed drive (VSDs) systems and more.

By optimising now, we can help you introduce intelligent automation into your plant and unleash fresh efficiencies like never before.

For more information on how our technical expertise can help benefit you, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

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