Global Emerging Innovation Summit (GEIS-2021)

Design and Implementation of Automated Electro- Mechanical Liquid Filling System

Author(s): Abukar Ahmed Muse*, Vankudoth Dinesh and Suresh Kumar Sudabattula

Pp: 450-457 (8)

DOI: 10.2174/9781681089010121010054


Automation hypothesis and strategies has increased global productivity in the last few years of worldwide competition. It influenced a great variety of enterprises on the manufacturing side through the decline of production time, superior system performance, and process control. The main purpose of today’s manufacturing system is to upgrade productivity. The universe is full of technologies that pressure an elevated amount of production, particularly in industries where automation is needed. To proceed towards automation, the recent trends in all the industries are required to cope up with new technologies. The same vision is applied in water bottle filling plants, to meet the customer demands and to speed up the filling of bottles. Now the process of filling bottles is conducted by PLC in a large number of production units. Due to the high cost of the PLC machine, a filling is yet performed manually in small manufacturing units. The manual filling usually leads to imperfection in the operation of filling and spikes up the cost of labor. The prime purpose of our project is to design and develop an automated electro-mechanical bottle filling system, that can reduce the cost for small-scale en6terprises and assist them to build up an automated factory. The project proposes aspects of computer, electronics, and mechanical i.e., designing and modeling, schematic circuit prototyping and programming, sensor and actuator application, project planning, and presentation skills.

Keywords: Arduino, Automation, Bottle Filling, Microcontroller, PLC.

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