Sterling (IL), United States – Sterling Systems & Controls, Inc. announces availability of its automation application module for the Grinding of solids, such as for Grinding applications in Feedmills. Grinders are known by many names/types, e.g. Grinder, Classifier, Hammermill, etc. Sterling Systems routinely incorporates its Grinding application module in automation systems within a variety of industries, most notably in feed, Petfood, seed, food and other agricultural industries.
Sterling (IL), United States – Sterling Systems & Controls, Inc. announces availability of its automation application module for Receiving and Material Transfer for dry solids, and in particular for feed mills. All automation systems are custom engineered and manufactured to meet exact customer requirements. Sterling Systems routinely incorporates its Receiving/Transfer application module in automation systems within a variety of industries. Continue reading Sterling Systems & Controls: Receiving/Transfer Automation Application
Sterling (IL), United States – Sterling Systems & Controls, Inc. custom designs and manufactures the highest quality automation control systems for virtually any process, such as bulk bag filling, or a complete facility. Sterling Systems & Controls works with numerous OEM’s to provide them with competitive and efficient automation and process control of their equipment being sold to their customer.
Sterling (IL), United States – Sterling Systems & Controls, Inc. has designed and provided equipment and software for a customized Automated Feedmill Control System using an Allen-Bradley PLC and desktop PC’s running Sterling Systems’ customized Windows-based Automation Software. Sterling’s forty plus (40+) years of Feedmill process and automation experience ensures quality and efficiency in both hardware and software.
Sterling (IL), United States – Sterling Systems & Controls, Inc. is pleased to announce availability of its customized automatic Material Weighing Systems. These systems (a.k.a. micro, minor and major ingredient weighing or batching systems) can include supply bins, feeders, work platforms, automatic or manual bin refilling.
Sterling (IL), United States – Sterling Systems & Controls, Inc. has developed and implemented the capability to automate the ingredient batching of the rubber compounding process. Using a hybrid ingredient bulk material batching system that combines minor bin and bulk bag ingredient batching, Sterling Systems has been automating rubber compounding and replaced the slower, labor intensive manual batching with an efficient, fast and accurate automated system.
Sterling (IL), United States – Sterling Systems & Controls, Inc. announced that lot tracking is available with all of its batching control systems and, like all other aspects of the Sterling Systems & Controls offering, can be customized to meet the needs of the customer. Total Traceability and Validation can be provided on all manual hand-add or automatic batching control systems. Continue reading Sterling Systems & Controls: Lot Tracking — Total Traceability and Validation
Sterling (IL), USA – Sterling Systems & Controls, Inc. has completed several projects where it was the provider of automation and process control equipment to automate the process of converting old tires into useable materials, including oils, gases and carbon ash. The process is a modified version of pyrolysis, a thermal decomposition of materials at high temperatures in an inert atmosphere such as a vacuum or nitrogen. Continue reading Sterling Systems & Controls: Turning Old Tires into useable Materials
Sterling (IL), USA – Sterling Systems & Controls, Inc. provides for continuity of automation upgrade within their batching control automation systems for the feed industry. A major livestock feed manufacturer has seamlessly maintained state-of-the-art automation control of the feed manufacturing processes across several decades.
As part of a benchmarking study by the renowned RWTH Aachen University, Germany, thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions and indurad have been awarded the “Data-based Services 2017”? award. This year, the study focused on identifying industry leading approaches in the field of data-based services and digitization among 75 participating European companies.