We keep your operations moving.
Advancements in technology have made electrical automation engineering an essential part of manufacturing processes across nearly every industry. Whether you’re installing new equipment or modifying an existing electrical automation engineering system, the team at Hilscher-Clarke is here to help.
We have been providing electrical automation engineering and control panel assembly for more than 35 years. This experience makes us well-versed in all of the major manufacturers of PLCs, PACs and VFDs.
As one of the region’s only UL 508A-listed panel shops, we are experts in the design and construction of industrial control panels. From standalone machines to large, integrated manufacturing lines and control systems, we handle everything – including electrical automation engineering, programming, construction, installation and testing and commissioning. Already have control drawings? We also provide panel construction-only services.
Choose Hilscher-Clarke for the unmatched reliability, safety and consistency — along with 24-hour service and support.
Full list of our automation services:
- System specification
- Electrical schematics and documentation
- PLC hardware design and programming
- Control panel construction and wiring
- Human interface design and programming
- Installation, testing and startup
- Field training
- Control panels
- Data acquisition
- Heat treat/furnace control
- Intercom systems
- Jail control
- Machine safety
- Material handling
- Motion control
- Operator interface
- PH control
- PLC/discrete control
- Power factor correction
- Power monitoring
- Pump control
- Remote monitoring/paging
- Risk assessments
- Video/CCTV systems
- Installation and service of automation equipment
- Allen-Bradley/Rockwell Automation
- Rockwell Software
- GE Automation
- Siemens Automation
- Reliance Electric
BEGIN AT THE BEGINNING.
Expertise and experience bring you value, but nothing matters more to us than personal and professional values. At our core, Hilscher-Clarke lives to do “FIRST THINGS FIRST”: