Control Panel Manufacture
Electrical Panel Design & Manufacture
Our approach to control panel manufacturer is focused on 3 main areas the customers requirement, safety and solution.
We listen carefully to your issues to produce exactly what you need, whether that is through consultation or a URS (User Requirement Specification). Then develop professional designs for your approval, so the build and FAT (Factory Acceptance Test) can take place. Finally we deliver a piece of equipment that works first time bespoke to request, that can be commissioned and put straight into service.
All our products, whether it's a small electrical cabinet or a fully automated production machine go through the same process and that way we can ensure consistent quality throughout all our work.
Digital Twin - Virtual Commissioning
We design all our equipment using state of the art 3D CAD software, allowing us to create a digital twin of the assembly. This means we can go from screen to reality knowing that we a produced a product fit for purpose. It also means we can "virtually" pre-commission our control panels, reducing on site time and keeping costs down. We find that by spending a little extra time on the design, we produce higher quality
products with less alterations. It can cost up to 10x more for alterations at commissioning stages, rather than in the design stage.
We are also able to produce lots of relevant data to increase safety and quality for example we can map air flow & thermal design, to ensure are panels are temperature controlled correctly, which will lead to less failures.
Our unique way of electrical schematic drawing, allows us to present all the information relevant to a circuit locally on the same page. This leads to quicker and more efficient fault finding and ease of understanding, taking away some of the pressure, when your in those "tight spot" situations.
Electricity and control equipment falls under lots of legislation due to the hazardous nature of electricity and moving equipment automatically or even location, if the panel or what it controls is located in hazardous areas. To ensure our equipment meets if not beats this legislation we have our own in house standards and specifications for the control panels we build, however we are also able to incorporate yours if you have them.