Strip treatment lines

We automate strip transportation on a continuous and discontinuous basis as well as the necessary process control. Whether it’s fine strips made of a copper alloy or a hot-rolled stainless steel sheet, we put your requirements into practice.

Our specific products:

  • Automation concepts for plant and process controls
  • Implementation of safety controls
  • Design of drive units and development of drive concepts
  • Logging, evaluation and archiving of plant and process data
  • Optimisation of drive and process controls
  • Inspection of low-voltage switchgear

  • Power feed-in
  • Power distribution
  • Data and plant networks
  • Safety controls
  • Plant visualisation
  • Drive technology (three-phase AC and DC)
  • Device interfaces

  • Process controls
  • Drive controls
  • Plant controls
  • Plant visualisation
  • Diagnostics and service

  • Low-voltage switchgear
    – Control cabinets
    – Terminal boxes
    – Switchgear containers
  • Consoles and special-purpose desks

  • Electrical installation of new plants
  • Refurbishment and modernisation of existing plants
  • Conversion of existing plants

  • Switchgear
  • Plant controls
  • Process controls
  • Drive controls

  • Comprehensive modernisation
  • Partial modernisation
    – Rolling mill screw-downs and thickness gauge controls
    – Drive supply with the re-use of motors
    – Drive controls with the re-use of thyristor sets
    – Plant controls
    – Plant visualisation

  • Recipe schedules for strip treatment plants
    – Searching
    – Selecting
    – Editing
    – Coil preparation
  • Setting up of manufacturing standards
  • Feasibility studies
  • Integration of customer specifications
  • Data coupling to area computers

  • Process data for quality control
    – Logging
    – Evaluation
    – Archiving
  • Operating data for maintenance and service purposes
    – Logging
    – Evaluation
    – Archiving

  • Pass schedules for cold rolling mills
    – Searching
    – Selecting
    – Editing
    – Coil preparation
  • Feasibility studies
  • Adaptation to customer specifications
  • Data coupling to area computers

  • Tack weld tracking in strip treatment lines
    – Tack weld-controlled transfer of parameters
  • Coil tracking in rolling mills and slitting plants
  • – Coil transportation
  • Connection to area computers

  • Process monitoring (actively and passively)
    – Measuring equipment
    – Process visualization
    – Tolerance ranges
    – Adaptive control
    – Warnings and error messages