Unitechnik

Kemmler relies on new UniCAM.10 master computer

Kemmler Baustoff GmbH, manufacturer of structural and precast elements, upgrades its control system and technology at the Tübingen location. In this regard, the medium-sized enterprise relies on the expertise of Unitechnik. The supplier of industrial automation and information technology implemented the new UniCAM.10 master computer in the production of solid walls and retrofitted the PLC system to S7. Due to the measures, Kemmler benefits, among others, from optimized operation procedures in the production process and an increased pallet space utilization of up to 15 %.

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