Plant Automation Solution

The Twin Head Filling Station is a Bag in Box filler to Pack Shortening / Margarine in 5-25 Kg Boxes. The Twin Head Filling Station shall be a load cell based filling system with Programmable Weighing Controllers based control panel for the automation of weighing and packing of Bakery Shortening / Margarine with 2 weighing stations/Platforms each capable of weighing up to 25 kgs with least count of 05 grams.

MCC Panels

Bottom/Top Entry C.S. Powder Coated MCC Panels, to accommodate all MCCBs, MPCBs, Contactors, VFDs etc. to operate the plant with all required interlocks to ensure safe operation of the plant at all times.  The Control Panels supplied with the plant shall have separate panels for the processing and batching.

Processing Control Panel

The Processing Control Panel shall be a duly wired SS Panel comprising of Temperature Controllers, Pressure Indicators and Controllers, RPM Meters, start/stop buttons for various motors in the plant with fault indicators and controls and automation for Refrigeration controls in the Process Plant.

Batching Panel

The Microcontroller Batching Panel shall be a duly wired SS Panel comprising of the Batching Controllers with a predefined program to perform the Batching operation. This panel shall integrate the load cells with the weighing terminal and perform the batching operation through a pre-defined program. This panel shall be supplied as part of the Panel Control Operation of the Batching Section of the Plant.

MCC Panels

Complete Load cell based Batching Software in which over 300 recipes can be stored. SIPEPL’s batching logic uses the Pneumatic Valves and Pumps to prepare the batch as per the pre-defined recipe upon a click of a button.

Processing Control Panel

The Logic for processing enabling the user to enter the parameters under which the specialty fat can be packed and be stored for a particular product

Batching Panel

The PLC Logic for control of all refrigerant parameters by controlling the motorized valves provided in the liquid and suction lines of the Sinitators control the levels to ensure the inner tubes are always flooded.

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