Electrical control panel boards
Our team of electrical engineers are capable of design and assembly of various types of control panel boards, adhering to the project specifications and the rules and regulations. Our production capabilities include System Architecture Design, Instrumentation and Control Hardware Selection, Control Application Software Development & Testing, Factory Acceptance test, Instruments Field Installation, Commissioning and Startup, Interface with Other Control Systems, Integrate the Plant Information with Enterprise Data Management System, etc. We assure our customers the peace of mind while we take care of all aspects of the control system.
Our Panels adhere to strict manufacturing standards in a variety of protection classes for different levels of protection against fire, dust and water.
VARIABLE FREQUENCY DRIVE (VFD) CONTROL PANEL
Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) Panels use in AC motor speed control applications. VFD Panels control motor speed by changing the motor input frequency along with the voltage. VFD Panels control the consumption of electricity in AC motors to reduce cost.They find application wherever there are AC motors like centrifugal pumps, compressor units and fans are used and hence are often seen in paper mills, metal rolling, extrusion plants, tube mills and cable drawing processes. Other industries include Pharmaceuticals, Chemicals, Cement, Steel, Rubber, Automotive, Power, Heavy Electrical, System integrators.
HVAC CONTROL PANEL
HVAC controllers form the brain and nerves of a HVAC system, monitoring interior conditions and responding to load changes in a coordinated fashion providing comfort and energy efficiency.
One of the most important areas of an HVAC system is the pump controls. An effective controls supplier should understand not only the aspects of the electrical portion of the job, but also the fluid dynamics in how pumps operate to provide flow and pressure to make a system work correctly.
BOOSTER PUMP PANEL
Booster pump controllers are installed to automatically start and stop pump motors on system demand in order to maintain a constant pressure in a pressurized water supply system. System demand can be detected by either pressure transducers or pressure switches.
Controls can be as simple as an on-off starter button and as complex as aprogrammable logic controller (PLC) with color Human Machine Interface (HMI) via a touch screen controller with communications.