Process Control and Factory Automation

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Process control and automation is used to control outputs and minimize the inputs of a specific process to make the process more efficient and where possible automate it. This is achieved by analyzing the inputs, outputs and the process itself and actively changing the process based on the analysis. Leaving as few as possible out of control situations and making the process itself more efficient.

Process control and automation can potentially save time and money as a controlled process will give the optimal output; reduce emissions, minimize wasted raw material, improve quality, reduce staff and minimize risk.

iWolf has a comprehensive set of boxed solutions and custom solutions which can give your business a massive performance and cash flow boost.

Why deploy iWolf Automation?

Boost production * With your production processes optimized and automated, your products will be flowing out of the production room.

Higher levels of redundancy * As the process is analyzed and monitored during the first stages of process control, many of the potential flaws of the process are gathered and recorded into the process control system, leaving the system to be able to handle the flaws.

Optimize the use of raw materials * Process control reduces the need for raw materials as an optimized process will produce less waste and use the minimum amount of raw materials for the product. Lowering carbon emissions!

Improve quality control & Reduce human error * When a process is controlled quality will be improved and with less staff required the risk of human error is reduced.

Minimize staff * Reduce your need for staff saving you their hourly wage and removing all human error.

Improve safety conditions * In the more dangerous fields like mining, automating a process that is dangerous for staff can save lives!

Reduce carbon emission * Save resources and reduce environmental  impact.


We supply, install and maintain process control management and automation systems for the following industries.

  • Automotive
  • Biotechnological
  • Chemical
  • Cosmetic
  • Data acquisition
  • Design flow solutions
  • Drilling and workover operations
  • Electrochemical Factory automation
  • Food processing
  • Fibre
  • Flat panel displays
  • Oil & Gas Organic and Inorganic chemicals
  • Pharmaceutical Power Utilities
  • Petrochemical Pulp & paper
  • Pneumatic conveying
  • Robotics
  • Semiconductors
  • Telecommunications
  • Simulations and control for the Aerospace, Defence and Forestry sectors.
  • Diversified Projects
  • Heuristic Power management
  • Process Controlling
  • Synchronisation Technology
  • Alternate Energy Solutions
  • Environmental Protection Systems
  • Fuels management
  • Geochemical Iron & Steel Industrial fluids
  • Laboratory automation
  • Life sciences
  • Machine vision
  • Motion control
  • Measuring technology
  • Material handling