Control panels

A control panel is always required for the production of a finishing plant or system components from AABO.

The purpose of the control panel is to control the various components of the finishing plant to ensure that they can be used for their intended purposes.

As AABO’s system components can be – and are – used for many different purposes, it is important that they are set, calibrated and controlled precisely according to the process of which they form a part.

For this purpose, AABO has developed different types of control panels, all with the purpose of providing flexible, efficient and user-friendly control functions.  

AABO uses all available state-of-the-art forms of control tool. AABO offers three main control unit groups:

At AABO, we place great emphasis on guiding our customers in making the right choice of control units.

The choice of plant and component control panels is currently a large and sometimes non-transparent area offering a wealth of options. It is therefore important to clarify what the control panel is expected to do and how the equipment is to be operated.

A preliminary analysis ensures that requirements and investment levels are aligned and that the system will become a success.
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The three main groups of control panels offered by AABO are described below:

”Contact” panels

AABO’s “Contact” control panels are used for standalone system components or projects for which AABO is only providing a single component, e.g.:

  • Single conveyor systems
  • Ovens
  • Cooling and flash-off zones
  • Spraying booths

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”PLC” panels

AABO’s “PLC” control panels are used for complete finishing plants, standalone system components or projects for which AABO is only providing a single component, e.g.:

  • Single conveyor systems
  • “Power & Free” conveyor systems
  • Ovens
  • Chamber pretreatment systems
  • Tunnel pretreatment systems

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”PC - PLC” panels

AABO’s “PC – PLC” control panels are used in complete finishing plants where a cohesive and integrated control solution gathering all the system components in one place is required, e.g.:  

  • Single conveyor systems
  • “Power & Free” conveyor systems
  • Ovens
  • Chamber pretreatment systems
  • Tunnel pretreatment systems
  • Cooling and flash-off zones
  • Application booths and systems
  • Fresh water purification and wastewater treatment plants

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