past decade, the cost of electronic process control equipment has
dropped dramatically. The affordability of automation has led to:
economic feasibility of products that were previously priced out
of the market due to the costs of building adequate control
improved efficiency and
accuracy of manufacturing by automating manual tasks
Rather than manufacturing and selling
control systems, Johnson Engineering Consultants, Inc. works with
small and medium-sized companies to develop solutions. Typically
our services follow the following procedure:
client in creating a detailed definition of the process &
and test a controller. We often work with our clients' in-house
electrical staff during the assembly stage. For multiple units,
the client has the option to duplicate the controller with or
without our help.
certifying the system as required: CSA, UL, Ontario Hydro, etc.
installation if necessary and perform on-site testing.
Train staff to safely operate and conduct
maintenance on newly automated equipment.
Past contracts include:
wastewater treatment systems
Oil and water
equipment automated manufacturing
acquisition with remote access / custom flow meters
custom automatic sampling equipment
Remote process status monitoring