Many older machines are in good condition mechanically; however, their control systems and drives are no longer technically up-to-date and spare parts for the control system components may no longer be available.
In practice, a retrofit essentially involves exchanging controllers and/or drives and installing those of the latest generation, regardless of what technology was previously used.
A retrofit can enable you to achieve an even higher level of efficiency with your machine than was previously the case:
We furnish you with a turnkey retrofitting service from a single source:
You are provided with a project plan that takes into consideration the machine downtime that is potentially acceptable to you, with the aim of minimising that time. If you so require and it benefits production, we can also spread the modification process over a longer period. By way of a machine analysis, we detail the existing functions, map these into the newly planned control system, create a new circuit diagram and update the documentation.
This is followed by implementation:
Retrofitting and control system modification is the most cost-effective way to equip a used machine with the latest control technology.