Dillon Engineering Corporation

Year Founded:1986
Annual Revenue:$1-5 million
Listing Last Updated:5/20/2010

Contact Information
Name:Christopher J. Gavin - Sales Engineer
7310 S Yale Avenue
TulsaOK 74136 United States
Phone:(918) 492-8070
Fax:(918) 491-9616

Industries Served
automation/controlelectrical equipmentoil/gaspetroleumpipelines
processingwater/wastewaterchemical/petrochemicalfiber opticsgases
heat treatingmetalswaste treatmentcoal

Areas Served

Engineering Specialties
automation--generalbatch controlbatch processingblendingC/C++
computer hardwarecomputer softwaredata collection/reportingdata processing/mgmntDCS
designs/specificationsdiscrete controlelectrical engineeringfactory automationflow control
hazardous environmentsHMIinstr/data acquisitionlevel controlmotors/motion control
PC-based controlspersonal computersPLCspressure controlprocess control
process engineeringpumps/compressors/turbineSCADAsupervisory controlsystems engineering
temperature controlwater/wastewatercontrol panelsWeb technology

Product Experience
Control Technology CorpGE Automation & ControlsPro-faceAllen-BradleyAutodesk
Eaton CorporationEmerson Process MgmntHoffmanKepwareMicrosoft
Rockwell AutomationSchneider ElectricSiemensTexas InstrumentsAutomationDirect
Dwyer InstrumentsOmega EngineeringOpto 22ParkerPhoenix Contact
RittalRockwell SoftwareWonderware

Corporate Affiliations
GE Automation & ControlsSiemens

Professional Affiliations

Corporate Resume
Dillon is a professionally registered and licensed engineering firm that provides electrical/instrument & control systems integration services required for industrial automation and control systems. Dillon's main advantage to the customer is that Dillon is a bias-free third party integrator that is not affiliated with any manufacturer. This allows for the utilization of the best equipment from several manufacturers to form a complete operating system. Dillon services range from consulting to turnkey projects. Dillon can provide single source responsibility to reduce cost, save time, and avoid finger-pointing if problems arise.