Projects & Solutions

1. Coke Oven Gas Flare System

When industrial plant equipment items are over-pressured, the pressure relief valve is an essential, safety device that automatically release gases and sometimes liquids. Those pressure relief valves are required by industrial design codes and standards as well as by law. The released gases and liquids are routed through large piping systems called flare headers to a vertical elevated flare.


The released gases are burned as they exit the flare stacks. The size and brightness of the resulting flame depends upon the flammable material's flow rate in joules per hour. Most industrial plant flares have a vapor-liquid separator (also known as a knockout drum) upstream of the flare to remove any large amounts of liquid that may accompany the relieved gases. Steam is very often injected into the flame to reduce the formation of black smoke. When too much steam is added, a condition known as ""over steaming"" can occur resulting in reduced combustion efficiency and higher emissions.


To keep the flare system functional, a small amount of gas is continuously burned, like a pilot light, so that the system is always ready for its primary purpose as an over-pressure safety system. Detailed automation configuration including field bus configuration, Hardware specification for automation system equpment along with BOM,PLC panel,GA drawing and panel wiring drawing.

2. BAG Filter for Emission Control

A baghouse (BH, B/H), bag filter (BF) or fabric filter (FF) is an air pollution control device that removes particulates out of air or gas released from commercial processes or combustion for electricity generation. Power plants, steel mills, pharmaceutical producers, food manufacturers, chemical producers and other industrial companies often use baghouses to control emission of air pollutants. PLC along with associated accessories as per scope of supply, offline cleaning with module isolation for maintenance purpose (ambient temp- 7.5 to 50 deg c)

3. Outlet of Bottom Ash plus Coal Fire Boiler

To control the process of bag filter cleaning (ambient temp- 15 to 45 deg c)

4. Sequential Cleaning of Bag Filter
To control the process of bag filter cleaning (ambient temp- 15 to 45 deg c)
5. Automatic Cutting, Bending, Punching Machine
This project is to produce the mechanical designs or Mechanical parts of an automatic machine. Less time consuming and High Accuracy. By Programming we can change the Dimenssion as per customer Requirement. The aim of this product is to produce the mechanical design segments of an automatic machine. These segments would be used in the assembly of electrical components such as battery banks, prefabricated circuit breaker panels, and other components where jumper/bridge segments are required.

The design of the automatic wire stripping and bending machine will utilize seven subsystems which together compose the machine. Design of the machine is performed using Computer Aided Design (CAD) software to produce a 3D model of the machine. Each subsystem is shown and key design features are discussed with supporting rational for their implementation. Supporting calculations are performed to size various components used in each subsystem and load bearing areas throughout the machine are evaluated for stress.
6. Automatic winding test system
Automatic testing of stators, generators, Automatic data logging of each test with details of each parameter,Online observation of testing.
7. Wast Heat Recovery System
Waste heat found in the exhaust gas of various processes or even from the exhaust stream of a conditioning unit can be used to preheat the incoming gas. This is one of the basic methods for recovery of waste heat. Many steel making plants use this process as an economic method to increase the production of the plant with lower fuel demand.
Planel Development, Autocad Design and wiring Connection Done by SAS Automation. Inatallation of Programme iv
9. Heat Load System
Heating load are carried out to estimate the required capacity of heating systems, which can maintain the required conditions in the conditioned space. To estimate the required heating capacities, one has to regarding the design indoor and outdoor conditions, specifications of the building, specifications of the conditioned space (such as the occupancy, activity level, various appliances and equipment used etc.) and any special requirements of the particular application. The required indoor conditions are fixed by the criterion of thermal comfort, while for industrial or commercial applications the required indoor conditions are fixed by the particular processes being performed or the products being stored. The design outdoor conditions are chosen based on design dry bulb and coincident wet bulb temperatures for peak summer or winter months for cooling and heating load calculations, respectively.