Who’s in your Rolodex? Trident.
Posted on July 12, 2022 by Trident Automation, Inc. | ShareYears ago when you left a job the first thing you grabbed was your rolodex. For Dave Worzalla, the first thing he took was his vendors, and one was Trident. Currently he’s a process control engineer for International Paper in South Carolina but worked at another Wisconsin-based paper mill where he also worked with Trident. Trident fills a unique niche for Worzalla as one of the few companies that will maintain and service the legacy Siemens APACS+ system. That system […] Read More
Service Spotlight: Design and maintaining systems for your unique needs
Posted on July 14, 2021 by Trident Automation, Inc. | ShareTrident Automation engineers have an uncanny ability to translate solutions between different platforms. We integrate existing control systems to make them better, faster smarter. Or, we create advanced solutions where none exist. Our HMI solutions have a range of features and applications. We work with you to find the solution that works within your specific environment. We keep you serving your customer. Our service and support are there when you need it with technicians and engineers who are on call. […] Read More
Customer’s emergency Google search leads to Trident
Posted on March 9, 2021 by Trident Automation, Inc. | ShareWhat happens when an internet search actually brings a new customer to your door? What happens if that new customer is in an emergency? If you’re Trident Automation, you act fast and get results. Imperia Foods is a cheese manufacturer in Montfort, Wisconsin and a critical piece of equipment broke. The plant was running on a Siemens system, but when they were cleaning equipment one of their main mixers HMI broke that was used to make non-dairy cheese. They needed […] Read More
What’s the buzz? DeltaV!
Posted on July 23, 2020 by Trident Automation, Inc. | ShareA benefit of using a process control professional is to stay in the loop on developing trends within the industry. One such trend is the DeltaV platform from Emerson, which is getting a lot of buzz among our customers recently. “With intuitive navigation, an easy to use programming workspace, versatile hardware, and a fully vetted suite of process control software; DeltaV is a well-rounded, user friendly platform,” said Alex Schuh, a controls engineer for Trident Automation. A major advantage of […] Read More
Trident’s innovative e-store for previously used DCS hardware
Posted on October 15, 2018 by Trident Automation, Inc. | ShareIn order to better support customers, Trident Automation is providing a service—an online e-store featuring previously used hardware. The Trident e-store has been open as of Oct. 3, 2017 and provides hundreds of replacement parts for businesses currently running APACS, Foxboro and other control systems. Siemens announced it will discontinue support for the APACS system in 2020; as an independent integrator and Siemens solution partner, Trident will continue to offer replacement parts and system service. Foxboro announced the FCP270 Field […] Read More
Advanced simulation allows DCS installation in under 36 hours
Posted on December 4, 2017 by Trident Automation, Inc. | ShareIn just a little longer than one full day, Trident Automation installed a new operating system for Commonwealth Agri-Energy. The unprecedented speed was due to advanced planning and help from a simulation program. The firm wanted to increase ethanol production, which meant replacing its APACS system with Siemens PCS 7. The upgrade would allow Commonwealth to take advantage of upgraded HMI and more advanced controls, sequencing and model predictive control systems, along Trident’s value adds such as trend object. But […] Read More
How to determine when an alarm is really an emergency
Posted on November 15, 2017 by Trident Automation, Inc. | ShareIn a quest to better manage production, high alarm rates have a negative outcome: information overload. When all systems are triggering alarms, how does any critical information get through to an operator? When Golden Grain Energy upgraded from APACS to Siemens PCS 7, Trident Automation worked with the plant to create the most customized alarm management system possible. “Our process helps the customer to better organize alarm systems,” said Nate Nutter, PCS 7 Certified Engineer, at Trident Automation. “When customers […] Read More
Trident attends Rockwell Automation on the Move
Posted on September 11, 2017 by Trident Automation, Inc. | ShareYou can take all the YouTube videos and online tutorials you want, but nothing beats old-fashioned, hands-on experience. That’s why Trident Automation recently attended Rockwell Automation on the Move in Green Bay, Wisconsin and why Stacy Mancl, controls engineer, looked forward to the interactive sessions. “I found the labs were the most useful because they gave me a chance to play with things I’ve never played with before,” she said. The event included a trade show, technical sessions and labs. […] Read More