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April 13, 2020

Brock Solutions is pleased to announce the recent award by the Region of Peel of the Clarkson and GE Booth Wastewater Treatment Plant Instrument Control Panel consolidation project.

Over the next two years, the team will work alongside the Region of Peel to consolidate their I&C design and documentation and bring it up to current standard. Brock’s extensive experience with Inductive Automation’s Ignition platform will ensure a seamless integration into the existing, Ignition-based SCADA system.

“We are seeing a trend” says Alexander Beverly, Water Lead at Brock Solutions, “of similar programs where regions are looking to replace obsolete, legacy technology that is vulnerable to intrusion and system disruption. They are coming to Brock because we have the size, scale and unique simulation approach to ensure risk is mitigated, and to deploy modern solutions designed for long-term sustainability”.

Brock’s Experience in The Wastewater Industry

Brock has been providing engineering services to the water and wastewater industry since inception. We are fully engaged in the multi-year and multi-site automation upgrades to replace these systems. We leverage in careful planning and preparation, as well as practical hardware and software cutover strategies that:

  •  -   Minimize risk through extensive testing and emulation
  •  -   Minimize field wiring impact and installation phases
  •  -   Are fully reversible

Our team, which include core automation engineers, process design engineers and QA/QC auditors, ensure solutions are compliant with municipal water/wastewater requirements. Additionally, our in-house panel fabrication capabilities differentiate us as a one-stop-shop for large upgrade programs.

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Advanced Sensing Solutions for Cost-Effective Machine Building

Omron IOLinkSensing technology has a major presence in manufacturing machinery. It provides the foundation for maintaining consistent quality and detecting any lapses in machine performance. If subtle changes in the physical properties of a machine can cause it to fail, then the sensors responsible for detecting those changes can save manufacturers lengthy downtime and repair costs.

In addition to helping cut maintenance costs, sensors also present an opportunity to make the machines more cost-efficient. Whether through their resistance to harsh chemicals or their ability to reduce the overall machine footprint, the right sensors can make a huge difference. 

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