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Control Panel Design and Build

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Our electronics and electrical control panel building workshop covers the complete service from design and specification of control panels and motor control centres through the building and installation process to the maintenance and repair of panels when in use.

RJW has been involved in the design and manufacture of electrical control panels for over 20 years, from small motor control panels to large complex panel suites incorporating drives, PLCs and other associated automation equipment. The panel building and motor control design services can be split into two main areas:

Systems Design from Concept

Working closely with the end user, we can design the entire drive and/or control scheme for the new process, drawing on our experience from a wide range of systems and industries we have been involved with. By getting to understand exactly what is required, our panel building department is able to produce exactly the right control panel solution for the plant or process enabling the best possible result for the customer.

We are able to offer the complete solution or carry out any particular stage in isolation from the original concept through the design, panel building, installation and commissioning phases of the project.

Modernisation & Refurbishment

Where an electrical control panel arrangement is already in place and changes are sought we can assist in retrofitting new panels to existing machines.

Our wealth of experience together with support from some of the leading manufacturers in automation equipment has meant we have been able to support a range of customers from heavy industries such as the paper and metal forming industries to the smaller machine types such as food in making improvements in areas such as production efficiency, product quality, reduced waste and energy saving by retrofitting the latest drive systems to existing machines.