In search of a reliable electrical engineering office that specialises in EPLAN? Put your trust in GDK Engineering. We dispose of special expertise in processing installations, industrial automation and machine building across a wide range of industrial sectors. We develop all the necessary electrical diagrams in EPLAN based on the P&ID supplied and the instrumentation list. These are guaranteed to comply with all specific standards and laws. We also take care of the layout of all the necessary control cabinets and operator panels in 2D or 3D. We also take responsibility for the compilation of the desired lists.
We engineer electrical diagrams for all possible process and production automation and machine builders.
Some examples: Pneumatic bulk transport with dose-measuring devices, feeders, mixers, grinders, waste units, dosing screws, mixing rollers, conching, packing lines, etc.
We design all possible low voltage panels:
Correctly designed and detailed electrical diagrams are the fundamentals of a successful industrial automation project. We develop all the appropriate electrical diagrams in EPLAN based on the P&ID supplied and the instrumentation list.
For each project we always keep the ultimate objective in mind: a safe, efficient and reliable industrial (process) installation.
This commitment applies for each assignment, whether we work directly for the end customer or by order of a machine builder, cabinet builder or industrial automation company.
Electrical engineering comprises an indispensable link in your industrial automation and machine building. Without this electrical control nothing works.
Besides our comprehensive knowledge of materials, we dispose of thorough and up-to-date knowledge of all recent standards and laws specifically for the different business sectors and countries. We closely monitor all the latest technological developments with our passion for technology.
Each project is custom-made work with us supplying what the customer expects. We can generate and supply the following lists based on the electrical diagrams we develop in EPLAN: