On-Site Automation & Support Services
Full-Service Integrator of Control and Automation Systems for Process and Packaging.
Quantum Solutions’ On-Site Services
Electrical Installation Validation
Quantum Solutions will review to overall electrical installation ensuring that it meets requirements, standards, and matches the original design and drawings. This is to ensure the entire electrical system will work as intended.
Control Panel Commissioning
Quantum performs a FAT at the panel shop prior to shipping, ensuring your panel is built and wired according to our thorough design. Once onsite, we work with electricians to power the panel, then conduct a full commissioning checklist to verify your control panel hardware is functioning properly.
We test that the inputs and outputs programmed into the PLC and HMI are working correctly and that the data being displayed is accurate data. This is another step to ensure that your custom-built control system is functioning as intended.
Support and Troubleshooting
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Quantum Solutions will train your operators on the new control system so that it can be ensured that operators are controlling the system correctly and in the most efficient way
We provide full documentation on the custom-built automation system for you. This includes original designs, maintenance procedures, electrical system information, and more.
Testing and Functionality Validation
Quantum arrives onsite with our PLC/HMI programming previously tested and emulated in our office, to minimize onsite testing time. This allows our testing phase to be as process-oriented as possible. During this testing phase, you have an experienced engineer onsite ensuring all aspects of our development have met the functional requirements of your system
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