Dec. 21, 2011
-- Because machinery purchase and upkeep prove to be major expenses for any company, hiring a professional industrial electronic repair service can be critical in protecting those assets and in preventing maintenance costs from becoming unmanageable.
Australian company, Rom Control, has developed an array of services to maximise the benefits of industrial electronic repair. For instance, electronic equipment auditing services can isolate likely points of failure and produce a plan for shoring up those weaknesses, improving production uptime, helping to minimise spare parts inventory levels and reducing overall capital and maintenance expenditures. Electronic equipment maintenance services ensure that all vital equipment is monitored throughout its lifecycle. And, when failure does occur, these services ensure that the most cost-effective method is used to return to full operating capacity.
These industrial automation services begin with a thorough survey of the existing system. Rom Control makes certain all crucial spare parts are available and working. Recommendations of this auditing survey include everything from a list of critical equipment and their ages to proactive equipment refurbishment and suggested upgrades.
Maintenance agreements include both hardware and software programs. For hardware, services include periodic planned upkeep, spare parts management, upgrades and decommissioning. For software, services include periodic site maintenance work on PLC and SCADA applications, four-hour response time, and all software upgrades.
When a fault occurs, Rom Control can implement repairs onsite or refurbishment in their laboratory. They can handle any type of electronic system from PLC, DCS, CNC, VSD to operator consoles, instrumentation and test equipment. From their years of experience and innovative development, their team of engineers and technicians can now repair any make or brand, irrespective of age, even in the absence of schematics and wiring diagrams.
Nearly 5 years of thriving operation have allowed Rom Control to help dozens of Australian companies tame their hardware and software costs.
For more information, refer to http://www.rom-control.com.au/