Select Engineering, Inc.

Year Founded:1999
Annual Revenue:$1-5 million
Listing Last Updated:10/4/2018

Contact Information
1717 S. Boulder
Suite 600
TulsaOK 74119-3679 United States

Industries Served
OEMprocessingspecialty chemicalsbrewing/distillingbuilding automation
cogenerationelectrical equipmentfood/beverageoffshorepharmaceuticals

Areas Served

Engineering Specialties
automation--generalCAD/documentationchemical engineeringDCSdesigns/specifications
electrical engineeringHMImechanical engineeringpetroleum engineeringplant/facilities engr
PLCspower systems engrprocess controlprocess engineeringproject management
project planningpumps/compressors/turbinesimulation/modelingsystems engineeringcontrol panels
flow controlinstallation/start-upinstr/data acquisitionlevel controlmotors/motion control
networking/commpilot plantspressure controltemperature controlbatch control
combustion engineeringenclosuresfield serviceCEMSenvironmental engineering

Product Experience
GE Automation & ControlsHoneywellJohnson ControlsMagnetekPanasonic
ProSoftRockwell SoftwareSchneider ElectricWonderwareYokogawa

Professional Affiliations

Corporate Resume
Select Engineering provides controls engineering entailing programmable logic controllers (PLCs) that provide safety shutdown capability and production optimation using feedback loop control. Select Engineering utilizes PLCs from various manufacturers. The company uses process hazard analysis to evaluate new and existing PLC functions which are then presented in an easy to read cause and effect diagram. They can also create human-machine interfaces to present alarms to the operator and provide real-time data in an easy to read graphical format. Modern remote access technology allows plants to be securely monitored and operated via a dial-up modem, an Internet connection, or satellite. The company also offers supervisory control & data acquisition systems that gather data from remote instrumentation sites such as those found on pipelines. Instruments may be from various manufacturers and use different communication protocols, but a well designed SCADA system will provide all the data in a consistent, easy-to-understand format to the end user. When new control equipment is installed in an existing plant, it is often incompatible with existing communication networks. Select Engineering can integrate the various communication networks to work together in order to optimize plant output. For non-standard protocols that require conversion, Select can write a custom communication driver. Select Engineering can also provide instrument engineering services to ensure plant safety and efficiency.