Automation

Automations for

1.Check Levels of Storage – Feed Water, Product Water, and Backwash and when levels are low, raise alarm signals & hooters and stop the operations. Resume the operation on correcting the error and switch off error signals, alarms and hooters.

  1. Check Levels of Chemical in Dosing Tank and when level is low, raise alarm signal & hooter and stop the operations. Resume the operation on correcting the error and switch off error signals, alarms and hooters.
  1. Check Low Pressure and High Pressure Settings when Feed and Backwash Pumps and when the limits are exceeded, raise alarm signals & hooters and stop the operations. Resume the operation on correcting the error and switch off error signals, alarms and hooters.
  1. Execute the Auto cycle at the set sequence and timing
  1. Auto start/stop the Feed Pump, Dosing Pump etc

(i)  Start Feed Pump and set of automatic valves and  run upward   Flush Cycle for set period of time. During this cycle, allow air scouring.

(ii)  Start Filtration Cycle keeping  Feed Pump and set  of valves ON and run upward Filtration Cycle for set period of time.  Stop Feed Pump and close all valves.

(iv) Start Backwash Pump and set of valves and run upward Backwash Cycle for set of period of time. Stop Backwash Pump and close all  valves.

(v)  Repeat the abov cycle in Downward direction.

(vi) Repeat the cycle

  1. Display the Operational Sequence, Error and Alarms on the MMI LCD and also the time of operation, sequence in progress
  1. Stop the operations when Overload Current occurs. Resume the operation on correcting the error and switch off error signals, alarms and hooters.
  1. Set the Time of Operation and Frequency of each operation
  • DATA ACQUISITION, AUTOMATIC CONTROL OF VALVES/PROCESS/EQUIPMENT
  • REALTIME PROCESS DISPLAY USER INTERFACE ARE PROVIDED IN THE PLANT PROCESS/SYSTEM
  • CUSTOM
  • REMOTE CONTROL OF PROCESS/SYSTEM, DATA ANALYSIS USING DATA ACQUISATION, CONTROL PROCESS

CHANGEOVER TO MANUAL MODE/EMERGENCY STOP PROVISION

  • PLC, SCADA, HMI