Automation System Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial automation system manufacturers and suppliers. Access our comprehensive index to review and source automation system manufacturers with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These automation system companies can design, engineer and manufacture automation systems to your specifications and application need. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these automation system manufacturers and suppliers. Each company has detailed profile information, locations, phone number, website links, product videos and product information defined. Read customer reviews and product specific news articles. We are the right resource for your information requirement whether its for a manufacturer of office automation systems, medical automation systems, or energy automation systems.

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  • Eriez 5-Star Service Offers Warranties on Rotor Repairs

    Eriez 5-Star Service now offers one year “as new” warranties with every eddy current separator rotor repair job, the Erie, Pennsylvania-based company has announced. "When a rotor is down, operators lose all ability to run product on their eddy current separator,” says Eric Taylor, supervisor, remanufacturing services. “In this critical situation, finding an experienced and dependable service partner is essential.” He adds, “Customers who trust Eriez 5-Star Service with the important job of repairing their rotor can feel confident knowing we test run all repaired rotors for a minimum of...

  • Eriez promotes researcher to manager of process engineering

    Eriez, Erie, Pennsylvania, has promoted Jiang Xinkai to the new position of manager of process engineering. The announcement was made by Charlie Ingram, Eriez’s vice president of sales and marketing. Jiang joined Eriez in 2005 as a research engineer and was later promoted to project engineer. In 2014, he transferred to the sales department to work in Eriez’s minerals and materials processing group. Jiang has earned three different master’s degrees and also holds a Ph.D. from the University of Kentucky. Jiang played a key role in the design and...

  • Reversible Liquid Vacuums Remove Oils, Coolants

    Eriez HydroFlow Reversible Liquid Vacuums offer a simple, speedy solution to the usually time consuming and bothersome task of removing spent coolants, waste fluids and oils from machine sumps, reservoirs and storage tanks. These units will also discharge fluids out of the drum into a separate container, if desired, with just the turn of a knob. Lower quality competitive vacuums frequently do not have the ability to perform satisfactorily. They are often cumbersome, loud and not built to stand up to the harsh demands of an industrial environment. High...

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Automation Systems

Automation systems consist of equipment that is capable of assembling products using automated machinery that operates fairly independently of human control and operation. These systems are able to perform a wide range of processes and machining tasks including cutting, welding, riveting, screw driving, soldering, turning, drilling, injected metal, seal installation, brazing and more.

Automation systems are used in plants and factories to create parts and assemble them into products, sometimes starting with raw or basic materials. There is no standard setup or arrangement for the production equipment or assembly machinery because of the many uses and applications that automation systems have. Because they are automated, these systems do not require much human control, though operators remain in the area to ensure that the system is running smoothly. Automated assembly systems can also be designed to mark or package the product directly from the automation equipment. Some manufacturing companies use large automated assembly processes with heavy robotic equipment to put together large products, such as automobiles. Medical research facilities and food and beverage processing plants often use automation systems when human contact with the product would be dangerous or could contaminate the product. Automation systems are used in many manufacturing facilities and are used by the aerospace, agriculture, automotive, computer, electrical, electronics, fiber optics, food and beverage, furnace and heat treat, general industry, medical, plumbing, microelectronics or semiconductor and telecommunications industries.

Automation systems are composed of many individual pieces of equipment. Some systems start with machining and trim, bend and fasten a piece of metal, for instance, before sending it to receive a coat of paint from a spray booth that is then cured in an oven before being assembled with other  pieces into the final product. Other systems may work with batches of plastic, heating the material until pliable then using a die stamp or injection mold to create a shape that is then trimmed, hardened and smoothed. Still other automation systems use thin sheets of aluminum to form cans that are labeled, filled, sealed and packaged. Certain configurations are frequently used because of their efficiency and ease of use. Carousel systems, continuous motion conveyors, inline indexing, multi-station, rotary, synchronized and walking beam transfer systems are a few of the many arrangements of equipment. Other items that are used in an automated system include lifts, pick-and-place arms, marking equipment, vision systems, pallet transfer systems, high speed assembly machines, testing equipment, bulk handling equipment, cleanroom applications and more. These systems can be bought at the same time or they can be added to as the need grows.

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