INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION AND CONTROL
DUBAK'S CONTROL & AUTOMATION
Effective industrial automation and control are crucial for your operations. Not only do they bring more efficiency and productivity, but they also mean higher-quality products, enhanced safety and reduced energy costs. Industries including manufacturing, food and beverage processing, steel production and wastewater management depend on proper control system automation to keep their facilities running smoothly. Fortunately, Dubak Electrical Group has the industrial automation and control expertise needed to bring the most effective industrial electrical automation to your systems.
OUR COMPLETE CAPABILITIES
Dubak Electrical Group’s control system automation engineers are capable of designing, fabricating and constructing: control panels, industrial electrical control design, PLC programming, and Human Machine Interface (HMI) programming. Our staff – with over 20 years of experience – consists of programmers, designers, panel builders, and support personnel providing a complete solution for plant automation. We have years of experience in Allen Bradley, Siemens, Omron, General Electric and many other control and automation processors. Our graphical interface experience includes products such as: Controlview, Cmore, Factorylink, Intellution, InduSoft, PlantPAx and Wonderware. These graphical interface packages, along with our heavy emphasis in data acquisition and programming capabilities, allow for a robust industrial electrical control system which allows the customer to maximize their investment. We provide all of the data you need to determine exactly how effective your equipment is, so one can make the most informed decisions.
OUR CONTROL & AUTOMATION CAPABILITIES INCLUDE
Junction Box Assemblies
PLC Systems & DCS Systems
Single & Multi-Loop Control System Panels
Custom Fabrication Panels
Designing, Fabrication, Testing, Installation & Labeling
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is industrial automation?
Any process or machinery that reduce the amount of work performed by human beings in an industrial setting constitutes automation.
Why use automation?
Implementing automated processes means lower labor costs, improved employee safety, more consistent quality and reduced lead times, among other benefits.
Does automation mean human labor becomes obsolete?
Although automated systems do take many repetitive and dangerous tasks out of human hands, they don’t completely replace people. Your employees will work side-by-side with these systems to increase efficiency and improve output.
Can automation save money?
Yes, because it can significantly reduce costly mistakes. Automated systems can perform the same task thousands of times without variation, meaning you don’t have to worry about human error leading to a recall or redundant efforts.
What are the four types of industrial automation systems?
Fixed automation — These machines perform the same tasks repeatedly with no variation.
Programmable automation — These computer-controlled systems can be adjusted by changing the code sent to them.
Flexible automation — Used for batch processes where products change because it can automatically switch to new instructions.
Integrated automation — This refers to production processes that are almost entirely automated with minimal to no human input.
We’re proud to serve customers across multiple industries throughout the continental United States. To learn more about what we can do for you, get in touch with us today.