Demig stands for security and quality
For durable products
Process controllers and switchgears for automating thermal processes are subject to particularly high standards of quality and safety. High temperatures cannot affect the components, the process controller, or the wiring between the actuators and sensors over the long-term. Achieving this goal is just part of our strategy. Before process controllers are delivered to the customer, they are subject to a series of tests, including the heat chamber test. This simulates the thermal conditions of their later installation location as closely as possible. Through this process, we ensure the high quality and durability of our products, and therefore create investment security for our customers.
Protecting the data used for automation is just as important as the hardware and software that Demig delivers. Because of this, we at Demig are your partner for software solutions that guarantee the highest level of process and data security.
What can impact plant security, and what is the solution?
Plant protection is an important issue across many industries. In normal everyday business, plant security is endangered by a variety of disruptive factors. Hardware failures, malfunctions and incorrect operation can disrupt key programs and processes, or endanger relevant data. Emergency backup systems for data and plant protection are essential, since automation systems are sensitive to program and process faults, as thermal processes require continuous a throughput of products and a continuous supply of thermal energy. If one or the other fails, the entire plant, as well as the workpieces inside, may be endangered.
Because of this, we firstly use proven software solutions that continuously back up and archive plant data, so that the data is saved in a redundant fashion in the process control system in case of a program or process fault. A backup can then be reloaded to the process controller quickly if needed. Secondly, equipment can be provided on loan in just hours in case of a hardware malfunction.