The complexity of many production processes and electrical control systems makes it difficult to keep them in perfect condition. In an industrial environment, dust and certain gases can undoubtedly contaminate electric and electronic components. Disruptions lead to a loss of production or other undesirable situations. It is therefore of vital importance to prevent disruptions or dissolve them quickly. To enable us to service such systems, we have in-house technical specialists with know-how and expertise in the area of technical systems in the food & feed, infrastructure, water, chemical and engineering sector.
Preventative maintenance and periodic inspections contribute to a reduction in the number of disruptions and the safe use of systems and machinery. We therefore provide proactive technical support/maintenance for optimum continuity and performance of your system, both preventative and corrective.
Hackers are lying in wait
Maintenance of a control system is frequently still overlooked in industrial automation, although it is steadily becoming more important. A PLC, SCADA and/or DCS control system is the heart of your factory, and disruptions in these systems can lead to fatal consequences. To keep hackers and viruses out, it is therefore of vital importance to also maintain your operating system. Think for instance of keeping your Windows systems, antivirus software and certainly also the operating system itself up to date. After all, there already is malware specifically targeting industrial operating systems, of which the Stuxnet computer worm is currently the best-known example. Organisations such as Siemens and ABB therefore publish updates very regularly to secure their systems further. As a strategic partner, amongst others of Siemens and ABB, our Batenburg engineers are pioneers in this revolution.