Our engineers bring a depth of application experience, having implemented advanced control and batch solutions across a wide range of industries
Op-tec resources projects according to your needs not our scheduling constraints
We believe the way to make industrial programmable systems secure, efficient, and maintainable; is robust design and effective matching of technologies
The Op-tec approach reduces complexity through use of open standards
An independent provider of control and data acquisition solutions for the process and manufacturing industries for over 20 years
Proven track record delivering projects and supporting customers with both modern and legacy control systems
“During the 16 years in which Op-tec has worked on our sites, they have proved to be an outstanding and dependable performer, providing a first-class support package. We are confident in their expertise and abilities.”
Keith Leonard Head of Maintenance | Veolia Environmental Services (UK) Plc
“DENSO Manufacturing UK Limited have been using Op-tec Systems for over 16 years now, for projects of varying size and complexity. As a company Op-tec falls into that small niche market of being able to integrate 'Information Technology' into 'Automation'. It is in this aspect where I have found Op-tec Systems to be second to none.”
Simon Warner Software Engineer - Machinery Engineering | DENSO Manufacturing UK Ltd
“Op-tec has assisted Perenco in the supply of engineers with specific project deliverables, which they always achieved ahead of schedule and within budget. Their staff were dedicated, well thought of within Perenco and were often requested to return for extra project work and occasionally for Operational Support. Op-tec provided an efficient service, always there when we needed help, were ace at reprogramming the RS3 system and also sourced spare RS3 hardware when required. Their staff were always helpful, however late in the evening it was.”
Allen Goodchild Maximo Team Leader | Perenco UK Ltd
In his first post for us, Peter lays out why you should actively manage legacy control and automation systems. We so often see systems which have not been updated to reflect the current plant configuration, hindering efficient operation. Targeted small, low-cost actions can bring significant improvements.
Recently, I spoke to the Food and Drink Engineering & Processing Summit, at Ricoh Arena, Coventry. I wanted to explain in simple language the meaning of these terms, and suggest an approach to projects which intend to leverage the technologies. Below is the gist of what I said....