Commissioning in system Engineering
System commissioning ensures a seamless work routine between person and machine
No longer merely a catchphrase in system engineering, industry 4.0 has been a reality for quite some time now. Digitization has taken hold, particularly in heavy machine and special mechanical engineering. But technologically advanced machines and systems require more than just specialized knowledge in handling, operation, and maintenance. They also need to be commissioned. With expertise and an eagerness to travel, we’ll be at your side to help you with commissioning in system engineering, so that you can continue to improve the quality of your products and work with maximum efficiency. Our portfolio of services ranges from installation and commissioning to training in process control technology.
The coating line could be commissioned with the following steps:
- Connecting individual machines to a production system
- Testing wiring, sensors, and safety technology
- Dry commissioning of your system
- Commissioning with coating process
- Training operators and maintenance staff
In addition, our production facilities include welding shops, paint shops, large assembly areas and our own switch cabinet construction, which considerably reduces the throughput times of mechanical engineering production. With the help of the various manufacturing processes and other services included in our portfolio, we guarantee the high quality requirements of our customers. Compliance with all standards throughout the entire product development process is a matter of course for us.
Commissioning in system engineering – a detailed look at the process
Once your machines have been successfully installed, they are commissioned and individual machines are connected to form a plant. For us, it’s important that the customers’ staff receive comprehensive training on commissioning at the plant.
In the first step, the commissioning manager and programmers test all of the system’s wiring, sensors, actuators, and safety technology. If third-party machines are integrated into the production line, the locking mechanisms and interfaces are tested. Once the transport speed has been compared, all of the system parts and the mechatronics have been determined to be intact, and the locking mechanisms have been successfully tested, the dry commissioning of your systems begins. Future operation with workpieces is tested, but without the coating process. If any complications arise, we get to work finding a solution. Once any errors have been corrected, the commissioning with coating process begins. This is where any parameters that have been determined during coating tests at the industrial laboratory come into play.
Once the system has been commissioned, we train the operators and maintenance staff. Your employees are thus acquainted with and learn all of the technical steps of the process. If desired, we can also provide you with maintenance services and mechanical engineering consulting, as thorough training increases both the safety and efficiency of the production process.