Validated Electrical & Automation Case Study

NZ Controls offer more than just Systems Integration. We offer a full range of project management, electrical engineering, design, implementation and commissioning services.

Client:
Nu-Con Ltd
Project:
Validated Electrical & Automation
End User:
Pfizer (Wyeth Nutritionals, China)
Budget:

Design Solution

project summary

Nu-Con Ltd engaged our services to work with Pfizer’s Wyeth Nutritionals in China. Our assignment was to validate electrical and automation solutions for an infant formula production facility. Communicating with stakeholders from multiple geographies and co-ordinating many global vendors and on-site trades, we supplied all services and hardware.

This significant project successfully concluded in 2010 thanks to detailed, quality engineering, and a disciplined approach to design and implementation, that allowed validation and Plant commissioning to proceed smoothly.

Tasks

  • Functional Design development, PLC, SCADA design and configuration
  • Fully documented validation of electrical and automation engineering using GAMP5 methodology
  • Design and sub contract of MCC & Field panel construction
  • Electrical design installation and supervision
  • Commissioning, Training and Support
  • Integration and management of Automated Guided Vehicle (AGV) system

Challenges

  • Delivering a project in China, including sourcing of contractors and equipment
  • Co-ordination with multiple global vendors
  • Integration with S88 Batch Control System
  • Full Validation using GAMP5 methodology

Outcomes

  • Rockwell ControlLogix PLC with 1,600 I/O.
  • Wonderware ArchestrA SCADA with integrated InBatch
  • 2 x Form 4a MCC’s
  • 15 x Remote IO panels
  •   NZ Controls provided full Electrical and Automation services including hardware procurement for the Powder Handling component of the Greenfield Infant Formula Production facility in Suzhou, China. This significant project was successfully completed in 2010. Success was attributed to detailed, quality engineering, and a disciplined approach to design and implementation, allowing validation and commissioning to proceed smoothly and on time.