Automated conveyor systems

Phoenix designs and builds automated conveyor control systems and carries out electrical panels, SCADA systems and programming setups. 

Automated conveyor control systems

Automated conveyor control systems streamline production by automatically moving items along conveyor belts. The benefits include increased efficiency, reduced labour costs, increased safety, and faster turnaround times. These systems use sensors, actuators, and software to control belt speed, direction, sorting, and diverting based on predefined criteria. If you need to improve operational efficiency or keep up with demand, an automated conveyor control system can help ensure the smooth and seamless movement of your materials and products.

Phoenix delivers fully automated control systems to solve the particular needs of companies. Our electrical engineers are trained and equipped with the latest technologies to bring the most appropriate optimization for any transfer or handling of product systems in conveyor systems.

How can you improve your conveyor systems?

If you’re looking to boost your operations output, it’s worth considering how you can improve your conveyor systems. Luckily, there are plenty of measures you can take to optimize performance, efficiency, and productivity. Therefore, to evaluate your systems and identify potential improvements, please contact us.

Get the right conveyor

To ensure efficient transportation of goods, it is important to get the right conveyor system for your needs. Consider factors such as weight capacity, speed, and type of products being transported when choosing the conveyor.

Investment systems

Invest in modern technologies, such as automated conveyor systems, and incorporate smart sensors and tracking systems to monitor real-time metrics, such as production rates, equipment temperature, and workload.

Optimise conveyors

Streamline the conveyor system's electrical controls to reduce energy usage, increase uptime, and minimize wear and tear, resulting in a more reliable and stable operation with less maintenance and repair

Get expert guidance

Efficient conveyor systems depend on proper electrical controls. Get expert help during planning to identify suitable components for optimal performance and durability. Investing in qualified experts ensures long-term benefits.

Evaluate your System

Request a thorough evaluation of the current system, identify areas for potential improvement, and implement customized solutions that will help achieve maximum efficiency, and profitability for your facility.

Maintenance and training

Regular maintenance and prompt repairs are important to keep your components working correctly. Furthermore, it is crucial to train your employees on the proper use and care in order to extend the lifespan of the system.

Improve conveyor operations with electrical control

Our team optimizes electrical controls for your conveyor, enhancing efficiency and safety with customized solutions using top technology. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can support your operations.

Electrical control is an essential tool for businesses seeking to enhance their conveyor operations. By implementing electrical control, industries can experience improvements in conveyance efficiency, optimal performance, and enhanced versatility. Electrical controls can help businesses optimize the speed of the conveyor belt, ensure that materials are distributed efficiently, and flag any impending issues before they compromise operations. With electrical control, workers can access important data concerning the conveyance process and crucial metrics, such as throughput, production rates, and materials usage. By doing so, businesses can exert better control over production and cut down on waste and downtime, leading to better-quality products and faster delivery times.

Whether you need to upgrade an existing conveyor system or create a new one from scratch, choosing high-quality electrical controls can make all the difference. Take advantage of the latest technological advancements available on the market to improve conveyor reliability, increase productivity, and save time and money. 

With so much to offer, it’s no wonder that electrical control has become a must-have for businesses looking to streamline their conveyor operations and remain competitive in today’s fast-paced industrial sector.

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When are conveyor systems automated?

A conveyor system is considered automated when it operates without the need for constant human intervention. An automated conveyor system typically uses sensors, control systems, and programmable logic controllers (PLCs) to control the movement of materials along the conveyor line.

Adding these controls allows users to stop and start the process of the products and maintain a smooth production line flow. However, by adding more features or advanced electrical control integration designs such as PLCs, human-machine interface (HMI), and variable frequency drives (VFD), users can connect conveyor systems with more complex processing equipment, optimizing production throughout.

Simple to Complex Conveyor Control Systems

A system integrator understands all the important elements of a conveyor system. For example, we have pick-and-place control, sorting and tracking, speed control, barcode identification, servo drive systems, counting, and inspecting, among others.

In addition, conveyor controls can range from a single motor to a complete turnkey control system, including EPLAN Electric P8 schematics, HMI touch screens, PLC programming, and barcode systems. Therefore, please see below for one of our case studies.

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Therefore, conveyor builders work hand in hand with system integrators to achieve the best results for their integration with the production line.

10 Main Benefits of Conveyor Control Systems

Remote access to the system whether through the PLC or barcode system allows the user to make minor changes to the software and assists with problem-solving or fault-finding. In this way, it will minimise downtime and allows us to make quick improvements or changes without a PLC software engineer visiting the site.

Conveyor Systems remote access
  1. The right conveying controls save time, money and allows for greater efficiency
  2. Full touchscreen HMI for operational performance
  3. Optimise your material handling systems and warehouse operations
  4. Quick Fault Diagnostics
  5. PLC allows direct system control
  6. Manage conveyor information from the floor plant in real-time.
  7. Remote Support
  8. Preventive maintenance and rapid breakdown response
  9. Operator interfaces that collects, views, stores, controls, analyses information
  10. Energy efficient systems with standby and sleep modes

Advanced Integrated Control Systems

We have the experience and ability to design advanced integrated control systems. Furthermore, our electrical control engineers for conveyor systems use the most well-known hardware and software systems to seamlessly integrate into your existing assembly line. Phoenix can also integrate complete systems in a new production line. Therefore, we can help you to plan for the future while taking your budget into account. Moreover, we can make future updates or adjustments if needed, as the technology of product handling is constantly changing.

Why Choose Us?

All in all, Phoenix designs and builds automated conveyor control systems and carries out electrical control panels, pneumatic systems and programming setups using the latest software for efficient integration and fast engineering system.

Conveyor Electrical Control Systems
From simple to complex well-designed electrical panels.
Electrical Engineering
It covers a wide range of engineering tasks, encompassing a vast range of automation and control systems across a broad range of industries as well as electrical panel design.
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Industries We Serve

Consultation, Design, Commissioning, Testing, Service and Maintenance. Manufacturing Automation for all industries. Following are some examples of industries we serve, just to name a few.

  • Food & Beverage Industry
  • Automotive Industry
  • Packaged Foods
  • Aluminium Industry
  • Confectionery & Candy
  • Suppliers Chain
  • Packaging 
  • Logistics
  • Aerospace Industry