Terex Washing Systems launches automation and control initiative

By |  February 13, 2013

Terex Washing Systems (TWS) has developed a new service, the Plant Automation & Controls Service (PACS), to help its customers improve plant efficiency by using control systems for the range of Terex washing and water management equipment.

The service starts with a questionnaire and is followed by site meetings, requirements gathering and, eventually, the creation of functional design specifications. Once agreed by all parties, the full control system designs are created, including all schematics, bills of material and full software files as required for all automation functions. TWS also integrates existing plant controls to their systems, including crushing, screening and third-party wash plants.

“Over the past eight years, Terex Materials Processing has established a strong team of electrical, electronic and software engineers employing some of the most experienced and skilled individuals in the marketplace,” says Barry McMenamin, manager of Terex Materials Processing’s electrical systems team. “This has allowed Terex to develop some of the most advanced and user-friendly control systems in the industry for our full range of mobile and stationary crushing and screening plants.”

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