Trident announces innovative E-Mall for previously used Siemens APACS and Foxboro DCS hardware

In order to better support customers, Trident Automation is providing a new service—an online E-mall featuring previously used hardware. The Trident E-mall is open as of Oct. 3, 2017 and will provide hundreds of replacement parts for businesses currently running APACS, Foxboro and other control systems.

Siemens recently 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 recently announced the FCP270 Field Control Processor will no longer be sold and the manufacturer will no longer support this product.

As one of the largest independent integrators in the nation, Trident has been upgrading customer systems, re-purchasing the old APACS systems and Foxboro products, and keeping them in inventory. “We’ve been working with the APACS system since before we were founded in 2002 and have replaced or upgraded more than 30 systems,” said Jason Hurst, CEO of Trident Automation. As a result, Trident has a healthy inventory of IEMs, ACMs, cables, IO cards, controllers, termination boards, and more.

The APACS system is widely used in paper industry, ethanol industry, wastewater treatment plants and many more industries. The Foxboro FCP270 Field Control Processor is used chemical, petroleum, power generation and other industries that use continuous process automation.

Trident leaders created the E-mall due to the large number of industries still using the product. “This will give customers a little more time to make a decision about system upgrading,” Hurst said. “If you’re trying to go an extra couple years using an APACS system, we’re here to help.”

To use the Trident E-mall, visit www.tridentautomation.com and click on “shop” at the top of the home page to search the product database and place online orders via credit card. Parts will be shipped within two business days.

According to Hurst, Trident will continue to service the APACS product and Foxboro products indefinitely. “We we actually have the experience to maintain the product instead of just selling parts,” Hurst said.

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