At this year’s IFAT – the world’s leading trade fair for water, sewage, waste and raw materials management – Mitsubishi Electric, along with its subsidiary ME-Automation Projects GmbH (formerly KH-Automation Projects), will be presenting a range of innovative solutions designed for the water market. These include energy-saving, energy management and condition monitoring solutions. The two companies will be sharing Stand A5 425/524 in Hall 5.
The focus of their presence at the trade fair this year is the PMSXpro control system. From operation through to engineering, visitors to the stand will be shown every aspect of the system. Uwe Siebert, Marketing Director at ME-Automation Projects GmbH, explains: “The integrated PMSXpro control system from ME-Automation Projects has become a permanent part of the Mitsubishi Electric portfolio, thus enabling Mitsubishi Electric to realise instrumentation and control projects (I&C) from start to finish using its own market tried and tested control technology. PMSXpro is currently being used extremely successfully at the treatment plants in Hamburg, Nuremberg, Stuttgart and Düsseldorf Nord, for example.”
Attention will also be directed towards energy-saving solutions incorporating the new FR-A800 generation of frequency inverters from Mitsubishi Electric for use with pumps as well as energy management solutions designed for reducing electricity costs at peak consumption times. Products for monitoring the condition of pumps and motors in order to enable the early detection of, for example, mechanical wear will also be on show.
IFAT 2014 – the world’s leading trade fair for water, sewage, waste and raw materials management – will be held in Munich from 5-9 May 2014.
For more information, please visit http://eu3a.mitsubishielectric.com/FA.