Definition of Non-Standard Automation Equipment:
Non-Standard Automation Equipment refers to a customized, exclusive, and non-commercial automated system integration device designed for a specific user.
It is assembled by utilizing unit equipment that is manufactured in compliance with industry standards and specifications enforced by the state.
The equipment is developed and designed to cater to the specific needs of the customers, as different customers have distinct process requirements.
The classification of non-standard automation equipment is unclear, and it is primarily classified based on the customer industry.
In general, the classification is based on the following elements:
- Non-standard belt line series;
- Non-standard double speed chain series;
- Non-standard chain plate series;
- Non-standard roller line series;
- Non-standard drying line series;
- Non-standard assembly line series;
- Non-standard automation special machine series.
- Non-standard VCM assembly machine production series
Producing non-standard automation equipment is not as straightforward as producing standard equipment.
Standard equipment production can be accomplished according to specific regulations, whereas non-standard equipment requires independent design based on the specific location of use, industry characteristics, and applications.
Designing non-standard equipment lacks a specific reference model.
Non-standard automation equipment is widely used in various industries due to its versatility in handling a wide range of products. The main industries that make use of this type of equipment are:
- Automotive manufacturing industry, where it is used for producing and installing automotive parts.
- Food industry, where it is utilized for production, transportation, and packaging.
- Electronic and electrical production lines, where it is used for product delivery.
- Logistics industry, where it has a wide range of applications in logistics facilities.Processing and manufacturing industries, where it is used in assembly operations.
To ensure proper equipment usage, it is essential to follow the maintenance guidelines and establish a reasonable maintenance schedule while improving the technical level of maintenance.
It is also important to inspect the temperature transmitter, pressure transmitter, and electric control valve receiving line to ensure they are not loose or falling off.
Additionally, check if the temperature transmitter has any signs of moisture or water ingress and perform calibration of the electromagnetic flowmeter.
Non-standard automation industry status
As labor costs continue to rise, more and more companies are turning their attention to the field of factory automation, which presents development opportunities for the industry.
At the same time, improving service standards has become a top priority for the non-standard automated machinery industry.
Currently, there are a large number of non-standard automated mechanization enterprises in China, but they tend to be small in scale, with backward technology and homogenized competition as common features. Participating in the competition in this industry presents a challenge.
In general, most small and medium-sized non-standard automation machinery enterprises face three major challenges: capital, talent, and market. Balancing these three factors is essential for survival and for the chance to seize opportunities that may arise in the market.
Therefore, it is crucial to stay focused and work hard, always adhering to the principles of “Credit First, Customer First, Quality First” in serving every customer. Providing customers with integrated solutions that encompass solution development, processing, assembly, and commissioning is key.
From product conception to solution development, modeling, drawing, processing, assembly, and debugging, we offer a complete set of solutions to meet our customers’ needs.
Non-standard automation market environment
With the growth of industry, the demand for workers across all sectors has increased significantly. In the manufacturing industry, labor-intensive enterprises incur significant expenses in the form of wages, which are rising rapidly.
To produce goods at a lower cost without compromising on quality, it is imperative to reduce production costs and increase efficiency.
Manual labor has limitations in terms of speed, and automation is a viable solution for many manufacturing processes.
Wages are determined by labor laws and are paid on a monthly basis. As per these laws, workers receive increment as they gain experience over the years.