Industries
Automation and control is a critical aspect of many industrial and manufacturing processes. From monitoring, control, and analytics, our broad experience allows us to assist a variety of users.

Utilities

Products

•  Submergible Level Transmitters
•  Leak Detection
•  Mass Flow Meters
•  Pressure Sensors
•  PLC and HMI Controllers
•  Switches

Related Industries
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Automating utilities and public works helps provide essential services to the public in a consistent and reliable manner. For industries such as wastewater treatment, automation improves data collection that is very useful for reducing leaks, preventing contamination risks, and increasing safety for operators. Plants can use sensors to measure effluent levels in holding basins and improve processes by knowing the exact point that air needs to be applied and solids removed, which helps the plant maintain steady flow, reduce equipment wear, and reduce energy costs.

Automotive

Products
•  Controlled Evaporative Mixers (CEMs)
•  Liquid Dosing
•  Mass Flow Meters
•  Fuel Cell Humidification
•  Gauge Sensors and Probes
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With nearly 100 million cars produced each year, automation and process control for manufacturing consistent, quality automobiles has never been more important. From liquid dosing for faux leather molds to valve seat testing and more, our instrumentation will add valuable reliability and control to your manufacturing process.

Computers and Technology

Products
•  PLC and HMI, GUI Controllers
•  Connectivity
•  Liquid Dosing
•  Flow Meters
•  Transmitters and Transducers
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Industrial automation uses control systems such as computers, robots, and information technology. Our Horner OCS controllers, for example, are used to control different types of processes and machinery. These control systems are used to perform tasks that humans cannot on their own. Our controllers can read more than 1000 points of data per second, which is something humans cannot accomplish without automation.

Oil and Energy

Products
•  Transmitters: Level, Flow, Temperature, Pressure
•  Analytics and Data Logging
•  CEM Liquid Dosing
•  Switches
•  Industrial Gas Detectors
•  Cables
•  Lightning and Surge Protection
•  Redundant Power Back Up
•  Programmable Logic Controllers
•  Communication and Networking
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Automation in the oil and energy sector, sometimes called oilfield automation, refers to the digital technologies used in many energy production processes. Automated processes help produce oil and energy more efficiency, more affordably, and in a manner that is safer for energy users and the environment. These automated processes can be included in exploration and drilling, production and refining, safety and retail, and more. Automation in these processes uses sensors and communication modules that create predictive and self-learning systems, which increase productivity, reduce operator error, and can use artificial intelligence (AI) to improve process control.

Education and Research

Products
•  Ultra Low Flow Meters
•  Liquid Dosing
•  Controlled Evaporative Mixers (CEM)
•  Pressure Transmitter and Transducer Sensors
•  Data Logging and Analytical
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In laboratory settings, sensors, PLCs, switches, and more are used to integrate processes. Using automation creates reliable workflows to produce complex data sets that can be reproduced and repeated to collect crucial, accurate information and insight that can be used to develop and improve existing processes. From biomedical research to environmental studies, automating processes reduces human error and the amount of time required to study and conduct experiments in a wide range of education and research applications.

Pharmaceuticals and Medical

Products
•  Ultra Low Flow Meters
•  Controlled Evaporative Mixers (CEM)
•  Liquid Dosing
•  Sensors: Pressure, Temperature, Flow, Level, Analytical
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In medical industries, automation is used to improve the quality and consistency of manufacturing processes. Numerous medical applications, like pharmaceutical production, involve extremely precise and crucial liquid dosing, measuring, and data logging to ensure patients receive consistent and accurate doses of medication. Automating these types of manufacturing processes reduces human error and helps ensure patients are consistently receiving the correct amount of medicine

Food and Beverage

Products
•  Ultra Low Flow Meters
•  Controlled Evaporative Mixers (CEM)
•  Liquid Dosing
•  Pressure, Temperature, Flow, Level, Analytical Transmitters and Transducers
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Many foods and beverages are produced on a large scale. By automating these processes, manufacturers can save money by decreasing redundancy and error while providing consistent products with every batch. Additionally, automating these processes helps protect intellectual property by performing critical dosing tasks autonomously, while automated data logging helps ensure health standards and compliance.

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