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Scotia provide ongoing support offering preventative and reactive maintenance to all customer control systems. This includes electrical maintenance, diagnostic and repair to all industry sectors across the region. We understand its not always practical to have a control systems technician on staff which is why we provide a low cost solution to maintaining, repairing and upgrading your electrical control systems.

Legacy Equipment Surveys

Survey existing equipment to highlight areas where hardware may be hard to come by or has since been discontinued.

  • Purchase of spares where a single point of failure exists to a critical operation
  • Plan for upgrades of legacy hardware

Breakdown Support

All Scotia clients receive on-call support via telephone and email and access to a customer portal. This portal includes record of equipment, jobs carried out and planned jobs and also has the ability to raise a job.

If you are a new Scotia Automation customer, then we will provide you with a free site assessment survey. This allows us to survey the current condition or your system, provide advice, suggest improvements and gain the knowledge required to help you in the event of a breakdown.

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