Successful process systems run on well-designed automation. All the instrumentation in the world can’t help you if your automation is not properly implemented. From basic instrumentation integration & calibration to fully designed automation solutions, Durkin’s team provides expert process automation services backed by 50 years as a leading process solutions provider.

Our controls engineering team provides the following programming and controls development services:

  • Controls Design
  • Programming:
    • DCS
    • Logic
    • PC-based
    • PLC, including:
      • Rockwell
      • Allen Bradley
      • Siemens
      • Modicon
      • GE
      • and More
    • HMI and operator interface programming
    • SCADA and data collection
  • Application specific software, including:
    • Rockwell Factory Talk
    • Wonderware
    • Intellulation
    • and more
  • MES, SAP and other system tie-ins
  • Instrumentation integration
  • Industrial Ethernet TCP/IP network design, including integration of: Windows workstations; Servers; SQL and other databases; Microsoft office; and more
  • Custom process system integration & startup services
  • Troubleshooting and emergency equipment, instrumentation, and automation repairs

The Durkin Approach

We focus on providing automation solutions that startup smoothly and will work for years to come. On every programming project we strive to deliver systems that:

Maximize line uptime
Improve product throughput, consistency, and quality
Strategically utilize instrumentation for process feedback and improvement
Improve safety for employees and line operators
Give you actionable line data you can use to improve production
Reduce training costs and decrease operator errors

Contact Durkin today to start designing your controls system or to learn more about our experience in programming and controls.

Fill out the form below to get a quote for custom programming and controls design services, or contact us for more information: (314) 432-2040

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