Control Systems

Control Systems Are generally an integral part of each PROCONTROL Actuator. They are individually engineered according to our clients specific functional & operational requirements. PROCONTROL’s dedicated engineers have attended specific training courses on proprieatory tube & fitting preparation.

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CONTROL PANELS

Control Systems are generally an integral part of each PROCONTROL Actuator . they are individually engineered according to our clients specific functional & operational requirements. PROCONTROL’s dedicated engineers have attended specific training courses on proprieatory tube & fitting preparation.

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WEATHERPROOF CABINETS

For the most corrosive, saline and sandy environments, Control System components are recommended to be assembled inside weatherproof control cabinet which are available in stainless steel [SS316 grade] or GRP Material. the Control Cabinet is also available with transparent inspection shatter-proof window or can be coated in accordance with customer specific coating systems.

Cabinets are weatherproof rated IP66 (or NEMA 4x) and are generally supplied complete with a blind door with twin-comb mapping locks with external parts in SS316. the SS316 hinged door allows a 120° opening as PER CEI EN 60204-1.

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MODULAR MANIFOLDS

PROCONTROL is a manufacturer of Bespoke Compact Pneumatic & Bespoke Compact Hydraulic Manifold Control Systems. Control System components can be typically assembled onto an open stainless steel [SS316L grade] back plate complete with a robust sun-shade protection roof, mounted on board the actuator or suitable for remote mounting. in order to minimize all potential leakage points across control system components, fittings and tubing, PROCONTROL has designed Compact Manifold Solutions, suitale for either low up to high flow capacity circuits.

Manifold Solutions provide the availability to utilize different brands for solenoid valves and to provide all demanded local functionalities.

Can you imagine what this would look like if built traditionally ?

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