OSCO Controls announces significant growth achieving 5X increase in revenue and a remarkable 5X increase in production orders since the company was acquired by Autoquip Corporation in 2016. The relocation to their new facility in September 2019 along with corporate support has allowed OSCO to target new industries, hire new employees, and expand production capabilities.
Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) and Programmable Automation Controllers (PACs) have a lot of similarities in how they are used in manufacturing automation. They each provide the programming logic behind controlling processes to boost productivity and they both are highly reliable. Here at OSCO, we determine what is best to use based on the application and its complexities, and future capabilities that maybe needed.
Real-time data from your equipment can be embedded into a custom dashboard to help you monitor your operation's most critical data. Through the information gathered from our control panel devices and stored through our proprietary cloud-based environment - OSCO Connect, we can create a custom dashboard that provides you the most relevant data specific to your application.
Businesses that don’t upgrade to cloud-based systems are falling behind the curve. This is primarily due to their current systems not providing the modern insights or programmable options that cloud technology can offer. As one of our own intelligent integrations, OSCO Controls offers advanced cloud-based monitoring tools to site managers through OSCO Connect.
As systems become more sophisticated in the recycling industry, custom control solutions have advanced to simplify the process.
Through our partnership with US Management and their Recycling Automation Systems division, we developed a cutting-edge sorting and identification system with control automation and XRF technology.
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Natural Gas Compression Control Panel
One of our customer’s needed our help providing a new, updated control panel that operates their natural gas compression unit. The control panel will provide control to the engine RPM and the rate of compression while staying in the guidelines of EPA regulations.CONTINUE READING