Those who need high-pressures for their industrial processes are dependent on process measuring and control technology with system-specific software.
With our own Process Measuring and Control Technology Department (MSR – Messen, Steuern, Regeln – measurement, control and regulation technology), we design the entire automation technology of the systems supplied by us, including integration into higher-level systems. One of our core competencies is the development of the system-specific software, which is usually based on Siemens S7. In case of customer preference, we also use other systems, e.g. to fulfill customer-specific factory standards. Our range of services also includes designing and installing a comprehensive measuring system, with remote data transmission and remote control, if required.
We include in automation technology the drive technology of our high-pressure pumps and high-pressure systems. We include power supply, frequency-converter technology and electric motors into the MSR conception for the high-pressure technology, because: The entire high-pressure system can only reach its potential, with reference to the customer requirements, if all components are optimally coordinated. Thanks to our decades of experience in mines, steel mills, in the oil and gas industry and in other sectors, we offer exactly this match for the respective application. We do this with the inclusion of explosion protection, or the requirements of special standards and/or factory norms.
An example of our know-how in drive and automation technology can be found in the explanatory video of a KAMAT high-pressure pump unit with diesel engine and SPS-control
This video is about operating the control cabinet of a high-pressure container unit with two operating modes: pressure control and speed control. The tutorial shows how the starting process or the setup works before the application and how the user switches on the high-pressure unit safely for man and machine.
One of our experts for automation technology explains the difference between pressure control and speed control, advantages and disadvantages or logic of the individual operating options and guides you step by step through the process of safe operation. In addition, possible error messages are shown and explained.