Custom MCC (Motor Control Center) manufactured for an Offshore Drill Rig.
We have full-time electrical system designers on staff, along with our skilled panel technicians on the shop floor to accommodate your panel needs. Our engineers and panel shop personnel stay up-to-date on all of our product lines, whether it involves changes to UL508A requirements needed during engineering, new and improved control devices, or component level control panel wire management & mounting practices. We ensure our component suppliers provide up to date training and specifications on all available products.
Joliet Technologies can offer a wide range of engineered solutions to meet our customers’ industrial control panel needs.
In addition to working with our clients’ engineering staff, we engage with the Sales and Marketing staffs of our OEM clients, and with the Production and Maintenance personnel of our end users to be sure our customers’ continued success is accomplished.
Our engineering staff has a proven record of writing and implementing proposals. In a turnkey environment, our engineers can evaluate a client’s existing system and prepare a technical proposal to improve or update the existing technology. With our client’s assistance, we can develop a working proposal that will meet the client’s technical needs and budget requirements.
We design and build the finest control panels, using components from high quality manufacturers. From simple basic electrical starter cabinets, operator stations and consoles, to complex panel line-ups and variable speed drive packages, we have the tools and experience to meet your project needs.
Our quality program, modeled after current ISO9001 Quality Assurance program guidelines, has been audited and approved by independent companies, proving that all levels of the program meet or exceed industry quality standards. All labor functions – including engineering, procurement, CAD, assembly and test functions – are performed in-house for improved logistics. Engineered control panel packages are reviewed with Production before the work enters the panel shop. Job folders, complete with parts list, cabinet/enclosure layout drawings, and electrical schematics are meticulously maintained by the panel shop team. In most cases, the technician assigned the job is responsible for it from start to finish. A shop supervisor inspects the work during fabrication to ensure quality and compliance to project specifications.