Integrate for success – a complete solution from Siemens, stand G7, Hillhead 2012
- 14 June 2012
- Company & Industry News
Siemens Industry is displaying its complete range of solutions for effective and efficient automation, for the mining, aggregates and cement (MAC) industries at Hillhead 2012.
In today's challenging economic climate, it is more important than ever to ensure a site is operationally efficient to reap vital cost and energy savings that have a real impact on the bottom line and Siemens Industry will be showing operators how this is possible at the event.
Siemens Industry will be exhibiting its range of technologies and completely integrated approach to automation on stand G7 of the exhibition which takes place at Hillhead Quarry in Buxton. On display will be a range of products and solutions from energy efficient electrical and mechanical drive systems and motors through to flowmeters for accurate liquids measurement – all of which are robust in design to meet the needs of the harshest of environments.
Importantly, operators can be reassured that solutions from Siemens help plants ensure legislative compliance with the new standards of the Machinery Directive.
Siemens Industry is in the unique position of being able to offer plants an end-to-end solution for their power and automation needs. On the Siemens stand, experts will be on hand to demonstrate the value of a totally integrated solution. This includes how to plan and visualise plant performance and track and analyse energy usage throughout the drive train. It is only through monitoring usage and understanding performance that true energy efficient gains can be made.
Gary Chapman, account development manager, Aggregates, Siemens Industry says:
"Hillhead is a key exhibition for the sector and we are looking forward to returning again this year to meet with plant operators from the minerals and heavy construction industries. The totally integrated solution from Siemens to be showcased is unrivalled, offering proven operational and energy efficiency benefits which operators cannot afford to overlook."