H B Systems provides system integration for complete solutions

H B Systems provides system integration for complete solutions

H B Systems possesses a diversity of engineering experience in applying PLC’s and Drive Technology, Motor Control and Process Control and Instrumentation for a host of applications, which range from uncomplicated systems to complex applications.

The company provides design specification and engineering, as well as programming and configuration, for these applications and provides procurement, installation, start-up, and commissioning services.

It works closely with its preferred suppliers to provide a “complete systems” approach to the application, thus ensuring that customers receive what they expect – “a reliable installation that performs to their requirement.”

H B Systems can supply design services for electrical low voltage switchgear and control panels. All systems are supplied with comprehensive documentation consisting of schematic diagrams termination schedules and component selection as required.

The company will supply complete, pre-wired panels and motor-control centres for installation in the field, or in control room or MCC environments. Whether you require control systems, low voltage motor starting equipment or Variable Speed Drives packaged in MCC’s, H B Systems will provide you with a “high quality solution.”

An important service provided by H B Systems occurs at the critical, near-completion stage of projects when all of the planning, design, and construction efforts converge, and the time draws near to push the “start button” for your Automation or Electrical Plant.

Prior to starting up any new Automation facility, checks must be made on the status of all components and systems, to ensure that they will function as required, when required.

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