Enhance Your Facility's Performance with Local Expert Process Instrumentation Support

Local Process Instrumentation Support

A plant's process control instruments are crucial for many industries, including oil and gas, power generation, water treatment, and pharmaceuticals. The management of these assets is complex and resource intense. Contracting the instrument management to a qualified local firm often makes excellent sense. Choosing a locally certified service company that will consult, commission, start up, and provide ongoing service is often a wise decision, as they offer benefits that help optimize your facility's performance. 

Let's break down each segment of a comprehensive instrumentation support program:


Process instrumentation consulting involves a comprehensive assessment of a facility's process control systems and instrumentation, identifying areas for optimization and improvement. This service thoroughly evaluates the existing control infrastructure, performance analysis, and recommendations for system enhancements or upgrades. Consultants work closely with facility operators to develop and implement strategies that improve efficiency, reliability, and regulatory compliance, ultimately contributing to the operation's overall success.


Process instrumentation commissioning is a vital phase in the lifecycle of a control system, ensuring that all components are correctly installed, calibrated, and functioning as intended before being put into operation. This process includes rigorous tests, inspections, and adjustments to verify that the instrumentation and control systems meet design specifications and performance requirements. Commissioning helps to identify and resolve any potential issues before the system is fully operational, reducing the risk of future downtime and ensuring a smooth transition to ongoing production.

Start Up

Process instrumentation start up is the critical phase during which a facility's control systems and instrumentation are brought online and integrated into production. This stage involves carefully coordinating the activation of various components, ensuring that they function seamlessly together and operate according to established parameters. Start up procedures may include:

  • Initial calibration.
  • Tuning of control loops.
  • Gradual ramping up of production levels to verify system stability and performance.

A successful start up ensures a smooth transition from commissioning to full-scale operation, minimizing potential disruptions and maximizing overall efficiency.

Ongoing Service

Instrumentation service agreements between a facility and a service provider define the scope of ongoing maintenance, support, and optimization of the facility's process control systems and instrumentation. These agreements typically include regular inspections, preventive maintenance, calibration, and system upgrades to ensure reliable and efficient operation. Additionally, service contracts often provide priority access to technical support, emergency response services, and expert advice for system improvements or expansions. By engaging in a service agreement, facility operators can maintain optimal performance, minimize downtime, and extend the life of their process control systems.

Process Technology, Inc. is a Local, Certified SIEMENS Instrumentation Service Provider

PTI is a locally SIEMENS certified service company with extensive knowledge and experience in many process control industries in the Mountain West, Front Range, and Southwest regions of the USA. They are familiar with your facility's unique challenges and requirements, as well as the local regulations and standards. PTI tailors instrumentation and maintenance programs to meet your specific needs and schedule. Additionally, PTI will always support your unplanned service needs, providing troubleshooting and a local inventory of instrumentation and analyzers to get you back up and running with minimum downtime. By partnering with PTI, you leverage their expertise to ensure that your process control instrumentation design, installation, and maintenance aligns in a way that maximizes efficiency and safety and complies with regional guidelines.