IN-HOUSE DESIGN AND FABRICATION CONTROL PANEL SHOP OF THE UTMOST QUALITY.
Material handling activities that are consistent and dependable demand industrial control panels as efficient. Engineers and technicians from Xtreme Automation provide cross-industry knowledge with a wide range of automation technologies, which are fabricated and tested in a specialized UL-certified facility. Xtreme Automation’s panel shop provides control panel design, fabrication, testing, quality control, and installation capabilities, including power supplies, field boxes, and electrical components. In addition, Xtreme Automation provides a comprehensive control offering, from control system design to execution, and works with you to size and deliver a cost-effective and dependable solution.
PROCESS AND QUALITY OF THE MATERIAL HANDLING CONTROL PANEL SHOP
Our professionals work directly with manufacturers to build to the best panel shop and enclosure standards in the market, allowing us to pass the savings on to you. In addition, our panel design procedures adhere to the industry’s highest panel shop and enclosure requirements.
Panel Design: Xtreme Automation may construct a bespoke panel, produce a panel straight from your drawings, or establish a system design based on performance for a project’s needs. Our engineers strive to provide control panel solutions that are tailored to the specific needs of the automation equipment or system. For example, the size of the panel and the location of the field boxes be adjusted to meet the facility and layout.
Motor Control Center Panel: An MCC panel is a system that uses electricity to perform mechanical tasks like turning a compressor, fan, or blower. Due to industrial progress, many industrial processes’ demand for automation and mechanization has risen. Because the automation of many industrial processes necessitates a large number of motors, MCC panels are necessary to manage them all. There is no need to wire the devices because the MCC can plug in the control components. These components may be plugged in or disconnected.
Variable frequency drive Panel: VFD panel is a frequency conversion device that controls a three-phase AC motor (including fans and pumps) at variable speed to conserve energy. It comprises an inner VFD within the cabinet with exterior control, protection, display, and other components.
Programmable Logic Controller Panel: A PLC panel is a compact industrial computer that uses elements to automate specific control activities. PLCs are commonly used to control motors, pumps, lighting, fans, circuit breakers, and other machinery in factories and industrial plants. Any process may be monitored, and data can be sent wherever and whenever you need it with an integrated PLC panel.
Push-Button Panel: The Push-In Plus technology has been enhanced with a new push-button panel for the 22 dia./30 dia. series. These items provide new value by reducing the effort required and having a more minimalistic design.
Pump Panel: The pump panel keeps track of supply and level factors and adjusts the pump to maintain the appropriate levels. Pump control panel shop can switch a pump on and off or provide more complex controls such as pump speed, output pressure, and other variables. These pump control panels are securely wired for flexibility and protection against short circuits and overloads. We provide plenty of room for field adjustments and accessory installation. It’s simple to set up.
UL Panel Shop: Our Industrial Control Panel Shop Program (ICP Program) enables control panel producers that custom-build or bulk ICPs to apply the UL Marks in their factories in the United States and Canada. Our ICP program makes obtaining a UL panel shop certification simple while maintaining complete panel design flexibility. When regulators, specifiers, and end-product certifiers see the recognizable UL Mark, they know the panel has passed the certification test. Then, request a quotation or view pricing.
UL 508a Panel Shop: We certify industrial control panel shop under UL 508A, the Standard for Industrial Control Panels. On July 1, 2020, the third edition of UL 508A went into force. To satisfy your customers and market demands, you must first comprehend and implement current requirements. We help you adapt to the new UL 508A third edition, even if training is unnecessary. View the on-demand webinar for free: The leading engineer, John Kovacik, will present an update on UL 508A third edition. He’ll go through the modifications between the second and third editions of UL 508A.
Custom Control Panel: If you want a bespoke design, Xtreme Automation will help you with everything from the original concept to the final manufacturing. Then, within two days of receiving your specifications and needs, we will supply you with a bespoke estimate. Having the capability to create panels in-house, whether you’re a manufacturing business, an engineering firm, or an OEM, doesn’t imply panel-building isn’t consuming your resources. Xtreme Automation provides high-quality panels to concentrate on what you do best. So, you don’t have to; we solve engineering problems and construct panels. Learn more about our capabilities and submit your specifications to receive a price within 48 hours.
Manual Control Panel: These controls are performed manually in many businesses, thus manual controls. These process points must have owners since the execution of these controls is dependent on a human. Manual controls that essential employees inside the company do not hold are prone to malfunction.
MOTOR STARTER PANEL: We create Multi-Motor Starter Panels using a variety of branded Motor Circuit Controllers, Contactors, and other components. These panels we configure for DIN-Rails or 3-Phase Power Bus systems. Multiple soft starts in a double door enclosure are one example of a variation.
Custom PLC Program: A custom PLC program is a logic controller that gives system controls without requiring entire switchboards or relays to do the task. For example, a bespoke plc software may be utilized from robots to primary indication displays on various operations. The primary role of the PLC operator is to allow the PLC to automatically control the system based on the setpoints and controls incorporated into the system.
PLC Programmer: The plc programmer will use switches, pushbuttons, and touchscreen panels to operate the system. When the operator initiates the action, these devices will have an input to the PLC Control, allowing the plc programmer to make the appropriate change to the system.