MCC CONTROL PANEL
Motor Starter panel are crucial for any industry where are motors are primary driving force of the production. We design both traditional and modern starters. Traditional starter are based on D.O.L starter and modern starters are based on VFD & PLC. MCC is designed for controlling the motors at centralized station and monitoring all the motors simultaneously at one place with all the electrical parameters of motors at one Control Centre.
CENTRALISED MOTOR CONTROL
TRADITIONAL STARTERS & VFD STARTERS DESIGN
TRADITIONAL ARE D.O.L & STAR-DELTA STARTERS
VFD ARE MODERN & EFFICIENT STARTERS
VFD FOR SMOOTH STARTING OF MOTORS
AUTOMATE THE PROCESSES WHERE MOTORS ARE OPERATED MANUALLY
PLC AUTOMATION PANEL
This panel is designed as per site requirement and could be helpful in achieving any type of automation in industry. This panel is mixture of electrical, electronics and software engineering and it is made with outmost efficiency and supervision for best results.
REDUCING LABOR COST & MAKING PROCESSES AUTOMATIC
HIGHER ACCURACY OF PRODUCTS
COMPLEX TASKS CAN BE DONE EASILY
MORE EFFICIENT & LESS TIME TAKING
BEST FOR INACCESSIBLE LOCATIONS IN FACTORY
SUITABLE FOR ENERGY AUTOMATION, PROCESS AUTOMATION ETC
AUTOMATIC MAINS FAILURE (AMF) PANELS
Automatic mains failure (AMF) panels are an automated switching device that switches the load to main or stand by generator. During the event of main power failure, AMF automatically makes the power switch to emergency standby generators. Without AMF panels, stand by generators need to be operated manually and that can cause data loss, potential damage to electrical equipment, and huge amounts of disruption. When the mains power supply returns, the AMF panel switch back to the mains supply and shuts down the running generator after a suitable cooling run. Automatic mains failure panels are sometimes also called an Automatic Transfer Switch (ATS) panel.
Automatic Mains failure Panel includes a number of different sensors for sensing a loss and variation in the mains supply. The detection of these faults or variations is often achieved by voltage sensing relays, which will operate during the abnormal variations in the main supply. Simpler form the Mains Transfer panel consists of two contactors with control sensors. One of the contactor supply the mains to the site distribution board and the other contactor will supply power to the standby generator. During abnormal variations in main supply voltage sensors will detect it and the main contactor will de-energize Thus, prevent the load from severe damage. If the fault persists for over the programmed time, the standby generator will get a command to start. When the control sensors of standby generator have determined that the generator supply is at the correct frequency and voltage, the standby generator contactor will energize and generator fed the site distribution board. When the mains power supply returns, a timer will start to ensure that the supply is stable and after a preset time the mains contactor will energize and the standby generator contactor de-energize
TYPE OF CONFIGURATIONS
AUTOMATIC GENSET START/STOP WITH AUTO CHANGEOVER
SUITABLE FOR ALL RATINGS OF GENSETS
TIMER BASED & PLC BASED DESIGNS
RESTORE SUPPLY IN UNDER 6 SEC
Automatic Power Factor Control or APFC Panels are mainly used for the improvement of Power Factor. Power Factor is the ratio of active power to apparent power and it is a major component in measuring electrical consumption. APFC is an automatic power factor control panel which is used to improve the power factor, whenever required, by switching ON and OFF the required capacitor bank units automatically.
FAST REAL TIME TRANSIENT-FREE SWITCHING OF CAPACITOR BANKS
PREVENTS DAMAGE TO SENSITIVE ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT IN NETWORK
HIGHLY INTELLIGENT MICROPROCESSOR BASED 3 PHASE P.F. CONTROLLER WITH DUAL P.F. SETTING AND MASTER SLAVE MODES
LCD CONTROLLER HAS INBUILT WITH LOAD MANAGER WITH FRONT OPTICAL PORT
OPTIONAL PLUGGABLE DATA LOGGER, ETHERNET, USB, RS485, GSM MODERN AND CAPACITOR PROTECTION MODULES
SAVES ENERGY WITH P.F CONTROL AND HARMONIC FILTRATION
EXTREMELY LONG LIFE EXPECTANCY
AVAILABLE WITH TUNED, 7%, 5.6%, 4% OR ANY OTHER TUNING FREQUENCY AS PER CUSTOMER REQUEST
SYSTEM IS AVAILABLE WITH CONTACTOR SWITCHING FOR NON-DYNAMIC AND NORMAL LOADS – RATINGS AND DIMENSIONS ARE SAME AS ACTIVE COMP SYSTEM
VFD CONTROL PANEL
Variable speed drive is a dedicated component of the electrical control panel, the panel’s frequency convention and main features are depending on the inner VFD and other components configuration. VFD panels are different according to their different functions and applications, generally, it needs customized manufacture base on specified running environment, like in constant water supply panels (one panel control 1, 2, 3 pumps, etc.), escalators control panels, central air condition circulating pump panels, and fan’s control panels.
DG CONTROL PANEL
Backed by the rich experience and a competent team of professionals, we are able to offer Diesel Generator Set Control Panel.
The offered range of diesel generator set control panels is suitably inspected in varied characteristics to ensure its adherence with the highest quality norms and standards. Along with this, the offered range of diesel generator set control panels is known for its power saving and power regulation & handling.
SOFT STARTER PANEL
A soft starter control panel houses and utilizes soft starters as a method of motor control. A soft starter itself is designed to control the acceleration and deceleration motors. It also starts up motors with a reduced power load. They are used across industrial and commercial applications to control three-phase and single-phase motors. Soft starters are common components of a control panel as they can increase a motor’s lifespan by relieving it from harsh electrical stresses.
STAR DELTA STARTER
A Star Delta Starter is the most utilized form of motor starter being used when compared to other types of motor starting methods for induction motors. Star Delta Starters are used for cage induction motors designed to function using the delta connected stator winding. The majority of induction motors are started using the DOL method, but when very large powerful induction motors are started, they can create a disturbance of the supply line voltage due to large starting current surges. To limit this starting current surge powerful induction motors are started at a reduced voltage and then have full supply voltage reconnected when they run up to near full speed.
POWER CONTROL CENTERS (PCC)
Power Control Centre is used for distribution and control of various power source used in industry. Normally Power Control Centre’s is installed near power source hence fault level is high. It is designed for fault level 65 KA for 1-sec Busbar system.
STP/ETP/WTP/UF & RO CONTROL PANELS
Our expertise and knowledge in STP process control solutions has put us in a REPUTED place in the competitive markets as a OEM, we strive to provide the best products and services as per the latest technology upgrades and standards by minimizing the cost to our customers across India and also outside of India. SC offers high efficient STP control panels as per the project requirement that includes Process Automation and Instrumentation, which are Designed and manufactured with latest technological safety & operational Standards at Reasonable costs.
The STP/ETP/WTP panels are basically used for pollution control systems. The acronym of STP is standard temperature and pressure, and for ETP it is economic transformation program, and for WTP it is water waste treatment plant. These panels are used in this plant for the treatment of wastes.
We provide you an eco-friendly and easy to use STP/ETP/WTP panels for the pollution control plants. These STP/ETP/WTP panels will help you to boost up your business by enhancing your plant machineries. We will provide you a robust and compact design panels which will help you to save your electricity.
OUR STP CONTROL PANELS:
SBR – SEQUENCING BATCH REACTOR CONTROL PANELS
MBR – MEMBRANE BIOREACTOR CONTROL PANELS
MBBR – MOVING BED BIOFILM REACTOR CONTROL PANELS
ASP – ACTIVATED SLUDGE PROCESS CONTROL PANELS
FBR – FLUIDIZED BED REACTOR CONTROL PANELS
OUR WTP CONTROL PANELS:
UF CONTROL PANEL
RO CONTROL PANEL
HYDEROPNEUMATIC PUMPS CONTROL PANEL
WTP AUTOMATION CONTROL PANEL
PUMPS CONTROL PANEL
ELECTRICAL CONTROL PANELS
In its simplest terms, an electrical control panel is a combination of electrical devices which use electrical power to control the various mechanical functions of industrial equipment or machinery. An electrical control panel includes two main categories: panel structure and electrical components. The structure of an electrical control panel is a combination of an enclosure and a back panel.
The enclosure is a metal box which varies in size and is typically made of aluminum or stainless steel. The number of doors (usually one or two) needed on the enclosure determines its size in most industrial applications. The enclosure will come with a UL safety rating (508A is typical) an IP rating, and/or a NEMA classification. These listings help users determine properties such as:
DUST/SOLID CONTAMINANTS PROOFING
HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS RATING
These various classifications should be printed on a metal plate and attached to the enclosure for easy identification and reference.
A motor protection circuit breaker, or MPCB, is an electromechanical device that performs three important functions upstream of an electric motor:
MOTOR PROTECTION AGAINST OVERLOAD AND SHORT CIRCUIT,
CONTROL OF THE MOTOR (ON/OFF).
In the event of overload or short circuits, the MPCB automatically disconnects the circuit. It has internal contacts that connect the power supply line to the load. An internal coil detects the short-circuit currents (high or very high current values), while a heat-sensitive element, welded on the bimetal, detects overcurrent’s (current values slightly higher than the nominal value) which may damage the motor. In the event of overcurrent’s, the coil or the bimetal determine the opening of the contacts.
Short circuit is the most serious and dangerous fault. It can be caused by the contact between two phases or between a phase and the neutral/earth conductor. This is due to an accidental contact or an insulation loss by natural ageing or overcurrent’s damages.Choosing the protection device, it is necessary to check that its breaking capacity is greater than the maximum short-circuit current calculated in that point of the system (it does not depend on the motor nominal current, but on the characteristics of the upstream network).
Breaking capacity: it is a characteristic of specific devices which can open an electrical circuit, such as motor protection circuit breakers, switch disconnections, fuses. It is defined as the maximum current that the device is able to “open” (or interrupt). It must be greater than the short-circuit current value.
In automatic circuit-breakers for industrial use (CEI 17-5) the breaking capacity is further classified as:
a) service short-circuit breaking capacity (Ics). Sequence test: O – t – CO – t – CO
b) ultimate short-circuit breaking capacity (Icu). Sequence test: O – t – CO
Maximum current that the device can interrupt, by ensuring the correct functioning even after the interruption.
To increase the level of their reliability, motor protection circuit breakers also often ensure protection against phase loss, which puts the motor safe from dangerous overheating of the windings or even the burning of them.
OTHER SPECIALIZED CUSTOM DESIGN PANELS
The design of a custom electrical control panel will depend upon the complexity of the system it operates. Designs can include a simple electrical relay system or a more complex PLC system with single or multiple PLC networks with IIoT or SCADA integrations. Indicators that your organization might need a custom panel design include a need for more advanced operation of various production operations; more cohesive, universal control of systems; and/or a need for improved HMI.
Electrical control panels are essential for industrial automation. They provide higher-level monitoring and control of the various functions of production machinery, allowing manufacturers to define, organize, and meet production objectives.
SC has more than 9 years of experience in the design and construction of electrical control panels serving industries such as:
FOOD & BEVERAGE
OIL & GAS
POWER GENERATION & POWER CIRCUIT
We provide new installations and upgrades to existing systems. Contact us for more information concerning the electrical control panel solutions provided by Saozcontrols.
SEWAGE TREATMENT SYSTEM
Sewage treatment (domestic or municipal ) is a type of wastewater treatment which aims to remove contaminants from sewage to produce an effluent that is suitable for discharge to the surrounding environment or an intended reuse application, thereby preventing water pollution from raw sewage discharges. Sewage contains wastewater from households and businesses and possibly pre-treated industrial wastewater. There are a high number of sewage treatment processes to choose from. These can range from decentralized systems (including on-site treatment systems) to large centralized systems involving a network of pipes and pump stations (called sewerage) which convey the sewage to a treatment plant. For cities that have a combined sewer, the sewers will also carry urban runoff (stormwater) to the sewage treatment plant. Sewage treatment often involves two main stages, called primary and secondary treatment, while advanced treatment also incorporates a tertiary treatment stage with polishing processes and nutrient removal. Secondary treatment can reduce organic matter (measured as biological oxygen demand) from sewage, using aerobic or anaerobic biological processes.
A large number of sewage treatment technologies have been developed, mostly using biological treatment processes. Engineers and decision makers need to take into account technical and economic criteria, as well as quantitative and qualitative aspects of each alternative when choosing a suitable technology. Often, the main criteria for selection are: desired effluent quality, expected construction and operating costs, availability of land, energy requirements and sustainability aspects. In developing countries and in rural areas with low population densities, sewage is often treated by various on-site sanitation systems and not conveyed in sewers. These systems include septic tanks connected to drain fields, on-site sewage systems (OSS), vermifilter systems and many more. On the other hand, advanced and relatively expensive sewage treatment plants in cities that can afford them may include tertiary treatment with disinfection and possibly even a fourth treatment stage to remove micro pollutants.