June 16, 2020
Dustcontrol UK has entered a new era of smart technology with the launch of two comprehensive control systems that are set to cover up to 90 per cent of its stationary units worldwide.
Both high on energy-saving and environmentally friendly, the new Smart Panel and Base Panel will be a gamechanger in the way its stationary machines are operated, offering a high degree of functionality and automation as standard.
The Base Panel is a standardised and configurable product with a clear and simple definition of functions and built-in frequency drive. It has been developed as a compact and efficient control system suitable for Dustcontrol UK’s central vacuum systems.
Taking Dustcontrol UK into the era of industry 4.0, the Smart Panel comes in a compact, standardised format and delivers a configurable solution suitable for the majority of Dustcontrol’s more complex installations. It will be used in combination with an energy-efficient, externally mounted frequency converter for starting and controlling the motor.
James Miller, Managing Director of Dustcontrol UK, said: “The new control systems will make our stationary units more modernised and efficient than ever. We will now be able to offer a connected, comprehensive solution for both service and maintenance, filling in the demand of a more automated solution applicable to nearly every imaginable set-up.”
James concluded: “The Base Panel has been necessary to guarantee simple effectiveness and ensure that our customers with smaller central vacuum systems get the best solution for their specific system. The Smart Panel will provide our customers with a system that offers extended standardised functionality and connection possibilities in an energy, cost-efficient, and environmentally friendly way.
“Ultimately, the new technology will give us significant benefits in terms of preventative maintenance, as well as helping us provide better service and support to our customers.”
Smart Panel is delivered ready to be connected to Dustcontrol UK’s cloud-based solution, enabling data logging, monitoring, and control of the system. Connection can be with either a fixed connection or a 4G connection via a SIM card. The comprehensive solution including service and maintenance will be available this autumn.
The company, based in Milton Keynes, has over 45 years of experience in developing dust extraction solutions and centralised vacuum systems to fit client requirements in the food, pharmaceutical, manufacturing, and engineering industries. They are experts in capturing dust at its source – both where and when it is created.