Process control system integration offers an efficient and cost-effective approach for managing multiple facilities or divisions more efficiently. But even on a smaller scale, integrating multiple processes can substantially improve your facility’s operation and outcomes.
Typically, the integration process involves incorporating multiple process control hardware and software artifacts into one overarching system for the purpose of collecting data, monitoring various components and managing all process elements.
Benefits of Process Control System Integration
When you integrate process control systems, you can significantly improve the efficiency of your operations.
Improved communication and economies of scale help better manage the use of energy and other resources. Integrated systems provide an added dimension of reliability, and because multiple elements can be combined into one user-friendly interface, integration can substantially reduce the time required for managing the systems.
Overwhelmingly, our clients report a high return on investment when they make the decision to undertake a system integration project.
Integrating Your Process Automation and Controls
Double D Electrical & Instrumentation approaches the integration process by first identifying those process control elements that are appropriate for inclusion.
We provide a comprehensive evaluation of your facility’s controls and instrumentation and identify any legacy controls that may be due for updating. Our goal is to determine the best course for improving your operational efficiency and recommend integration practices that will optimize your processes.
With more than 20 years of direct experience, our team has the knowledge and experience necessary to help you achieve your operational goals. Double D Electrical & Instrumentation offers a full range of commercial and industrial electrician services for our Utah clients. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help improve your process controls with a comprehensive system integration.