Advantages of automatic control systems
- Thanks to its incorporation in many artifacts, it favors the daily life of man.
- Improves the quality of operations in industrial processes.
- They are flexible to adapt to new requirements.
- Reduce costs and time.
- They are efficient according to the established criteria.
- Participates in the increase in industrial production and optimizes safety.
- In terms of technological development, they have been very useful for the progress of industrial and domestic devices.
- They can control a good number of variables.
- Contributes to the elimination of errors.
Presence of automatic control systems today
Nowadays, thanks to technological advances, they are relevant in scientific studies, as well as in the industrial area applied in machines with certain specialized processes and in domestic appliances such as televisions, radios, computers, telephones, washing machines, etc.
Having an automated control system in the industry has benefits in production costs, competitiveness and process optimization. For example, in a filling line, the variable to control would be the bulk product when depositing it in bags or sacks. The reference point is in charge of limiting the filling either in kg or volume, while the actuator is the one that executes the filling action, and could be an electrical or mechanical pump.
Monitoring conditions and optimization through equipment is becoming more common in the industry, which also includes quality systems and automatic process control. Over the years, these devices are renewed so that the user has greater benefits in quality, automation and maintenance, and better production quality.
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These teams are characterized by having:
- Systems for laser-optical machine alignment
- Vibration measurement systems for equipment monitoring and diagnosis
- Systems for the non-destructive testing of materials
- Inductive bearing heaters.
It is important to have a maintenance plan in these systems to avoid problems in the plant and continue with a successful production. Bad applications and maintenance decisions are costly both economically and productively. For this reason, it is important to take into account corrective maintenance, which consists of identifying failures or misapplications of equipment in order to correct them, as well as predictive maintenance, which, as its name indicates, is the process that prevents equipment damage through of periodic revisions to avoid future damage and wear on the devices.
Proposing these processes enables operational continuity, greater equipment durability, lower maintenance costs and high production performance.