Search Our Site

Logo PT. Indo Mandiri Sentosa

Printing & Bindery

Today's print customers demand high quality printed material at competitive prices. Dust, contamination, and print defects are critical problems in the printing industry. Simco-Ion recognizes these needs and has designed control products, cleaning systems and bonding equipment that guarantees that your customers will get higher quality printed materials.
Learn More

IQ Power

The Most Advanced Static Neutralizing System

Chargemaster® VCM

DC High Voltage Power Supply

B&R Industrial PC

PCs from B&R are designed and built to meet industrial customers' demands for maximum robustness, reliability and long-term availability. Decision makers in a wide range of industries have selected B&R Industrial PCs, because PCs that appear cheapest at first glance are the most expensive in the long run.
Continue Here

Industrial PCs

Designed, built according to the user demands with know-how of 30 years PLC experience.

X20 PLC - Powerful

Always one software – Compatible with all PLCs

Total support available from Toyo Denki Group


Maintenance and consumable parts to keep equipment running optimally

MaintenanceIt is extremely important to conduct diagnostics and maintenance on a regular basis to keep your electric equipment running optimally at all times. And having this job done by technicians well versed in advanced function/advanced performance products and who use their experienced eyes to spot problems keeps it all running in peak condition.

MaintenanceLegally mandated maintenance on emergency generators and other equipment that complies with the Fire Service Act is carried out by a variety of licensed technicians. There are different kinds of maintenance, including spot maintenance and routine maintenance, but we recommend an annual maintenance contract so that you know how your equipment is holding up over time and can keep operational costs under control. Let us assist you in purchasing the consumable parts and maintenance parts to keep your industrial equipment operating optimally.

Products subject to maintenance

  • All industrial electric equipment (including DC control equipment)
  • Electrical components for generators, engines, and auxiliary equipment
  • Electrical components for water supply equipment, pumps, and auxiliary equipment



Maintenance and consumable parts to keep equipment running optimally

The reliability of electrical equipment parts drops as they degrade and wear out over time. But accidents caused by degraded or worn parts are not limited to the parts themselves.
They can also spread to healthy parts as well. Preventative maintenance is essential for preventing problems before they occur and keeping equipment running in a stable manner because it allows you to systematically repair and overhaul equipment based on operation time and visible signs gleaned from inspection results.

Products subject to maintenance

  • Rotary machine equipment:
    DC motors and DC generators
    AC motors and AC generators
  • Repair of control equipment and industrial control equipment
  • Overhauls of generator electrical parts and engines
  • Overhaul of water supply equipment parts and pumps

Example of motor disassembly/repair

Preventive maintenance is performed by disassembling motors, cleaning and drying rotors, stators, and other parts, and then impregnating insulation material and replacing bearings and other components.



Reform & Renewal

Renovations for improving productivity and safety updates for life cycles

In response to social demands, equipment at various facilities is constantly being renovated and updated to meet needs such as improving productivity, upgrading systems, securing operational safety, reducing production costs by lowering energy expenses, and reducing CO2 emissions to achieve environmentally friendly operations. We take the customer’s perspective on these needs and meet them by combining our latest technologies with our field know-how. We then propose the most rational renovations and updates based on the unique lifecycle of each customer’s equipment and facilities.

Examples of renovations and updates

  • Conversion from DC to AC motors (inverter drive)
  • Conversion of AC commutator motors to inverter drives
  • Updating of electrical parts that are no longer made
  • Updating of worn controllers, including PLC
  • Conversion of fixed-speed drive equipment to variable speed
  • Conversion of mechanical transmission to electric transmission
  • Updating of electrical equipment that has reached its maximum service life

Example of water supply equipment update

Updating the control panel and the motor to the latest inverter drive creates a system that saves energy and has low pressure variability


Example of electric part update for an electrical wire processing machine

Updating the DC motor to ED motor drive saves energy and reduce maintenance