Industrial Control Systems

Overview

Industrial facilities and manufacturing plants sometimes contain huge pieces of equipment that are controlled by very small electrical control systems. Both must be in proper working order to insure continued production.

Complex commercial and industrial installations such as manufacturing plants and even theme parks, consist of a multitude of pieces of equipment, all of which are interconnected with complex control systems. Typically, the current status of each piece of equipment, each section of pipe, every conveyor belt, and most everything mechanical or electrical on the property, is transmitted electronically to a centralized location. Instructions are then issued back to the equipment to rebalance and maintain the facility's operation as necessary. The failure of any portion of these systems can bring a facility to its knees in short order. At Rimkus, our electrical engineers have the extensive experience in troubleshooting problems with control systems  to help restore your systems to proper operating order.

Regional Practice Leaders

Richard J. Daken, Jr.

M.B.A., M.S.E.E., P.E.

Principal Consultant

Joe Nowikowski

P.E., CFEI

Electrical Division Manager, Western Region