Rugged work requires rugged equipment. When you need to be able to rely on your automation solution, Turck answers that call letting you focus on what you need to, your work.
With an unmatched range of reliable automation solutions – including sensors, industrial cordsets, distributed I/O products, and RFID – Turck is ready to tackle whichever automation challenges you are facing.
As operators of critical infrastructure systems, gas, electricity and water suppliers are legally required to protect their IT systems with suitable measures from manipulation and unauthorized access. Turck’s IMX12-CCM cabinet guard is predestined for this task. The monitoring of the door closure with the compact rail-mounted device is faster and easier than with conventional door locks with mechanical contacts.
Temperature is one of the most important process parameters for refining crude oil. Replacing the temperature transducers installed in the 1980’s has been a topic at the BP refinery in Lingen, Germany. In contrast to the 19-inch transducers used during its time in the control room, in this project, BP Lingen is upgrading to modern interface devices for DIN rail assembly.
The Streicher group, located in Deggendorf, Germany, is currently building its first drilling rig that can be used in water. The company has many years of experience in the development and production of rigs and platform technology. Their range of services in the rig and platform technology includes machines for deep drilling for petroleum, petroleum gas and geothermal energy, as well as horizontal drilling machines for the laying of piping without the need to dig.
The Canadian oil and gas company Enerflex, based in Calgary, Alberta, has divisions for both services and products. While the service side lists instrumentation and controls, as well as mechanical services for compression in its offerings, the products side includes oil and gas production processing, compression and environmental services
Electricity, water and gas are considered to be constant in Germany, and disruptions to supply are the exception. This is due, among other things, to regional distribution system operators such as e-netz Südhessen AG, which operates electricity and natural gas networks for electricity and gas suppliers. Since high plant availability is the priority for e-netz Südhessen, the Darstadt-based company itself monitors the condition of control cabinets in decentralized facilities such as transfer stations or biogas plants.