A custom system solution from Aldinger can dramatically increase profits by dramatically reducing loss associated with wasted product, user errors and inefficient processes.
Imagine a batching system for your business that automatically batched ingredients according to accurate weights and recipe instructions; or a filling system that consistently filled every container with the correct amount, every time.
Aldinger can develop a reporting system that logs data in a computer and/or on your server for fast and accurate monitoring and reporting, or even print out customized labels. This can all be done through automation too, by replacing simple PLC's (Programmable Logic Controllers) with measurable verifications and triggers, such as weight.
With wireless scale systems your scale, indicator and retrieving computer no longer need to be side-by-side, or even in the same room. Aldinger can even devise a self-sustaining system that operates via battery power or solar power.
The customization possibilities are vast and capable of immediately impacting your bottom line. Many of our clients see ROI justification, or recoup the cost of their investment, within 6 months to 1 year.
“I can’t believe how much time and product we were wasting before our new system! I know it wasn’t easy and I appreciate all the time and effort spent to create exactly what we needed.”
A SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition) system is a type of industrial control system that is used to monitor and control industrial processes. It typically consists of a central control unit that collects data from various sensors and devices, and uses this data to make decisions and control the operation of the industrial process. SCADA systems are often used in industries such as oil and gas, power generation, water and wastewater treatment, and manufacturing. They are designed to provide real-time monitoring and control of industrial processes, allowing operators to quickly identify and respond to any issues that may arise.
Measurement equipment is an important component of a SCADA system, as it is used to collect data from the industrial process being monitored and controlled. This data is then used by the central control unit to make decisions and control the operation of the process. The type of measurement equipment used in a SCADA system can vary depending on the specific requirements of the industrial process being monitored, but it may include sensors, flow meters, pressure gauges, temperature probes, and other devices that can provide data on the various parameters of the process. This data is typically transmitted back to the central control unit using a communication network, such as a wired or wireless network, allowing the operator to monitor the process in real-time and make any necessary adjustments to keep it running smoothly.