Corrosion-related component failures in modern industrial automation products have become a costly problem in tire and rubber plants worldwide. And a lack of understanding of this corrosion process has led to inconsistent and unreliable approaches to mitigate the problem.
Understanding this problem, Rockwell Automation has invested years and significant resources to research corrosion-related component failures in tire environments, getting to the bottom of the issue and developing tried and tested solutions to combat it. Tire makers and machine builders can reduce corrosion-related failures and improve uptime in tire plants by using Rockwell Automation’s corrosion-resistant products and solutions.
Join us for this must-attend event and learn how we worked with some of the world’s largest tire brands to identify and understand corrosion problems in their plants, and how that research can help you combat the problem as well, leading to improved KPIs in OEE, machine uptime and reliability.
- Leverage the research gathered from some of the world’s largest tire brands to identify and understand corrosion problems in their plants.
- Understand how we measured and analyzed environments in plants globally to identify the cause of corrosion and how we performed industry-standard accelerated corrosion testing on industrial control products made by us and our competitors.
- Learn about newly developed installation guidance, hardened industrial control solutions, and a first-of-its-kind corrosion test protocol representative of tire and rubber environments — all to help tire makers improve uptime and stay productive.