Expert Automation Design Inc.

Year Founded:2005
Annual Revenue:Less than $1 million
Listing Last Updated:10/17/2014

Contact Information
Name:Glenn Erickson - President
Address:   
11551 43rd St. N.
ClearwaterFL 33762 United States
Phone:7275120337
Email:gerickson@eanda-technical.com
Website:www.EandA-Technical.com

Industries Served
coating/finishingfood/beverageprinting/convertingsemiconductorvending

Areas Served
DE-MD-VA-WV-NC-SC-GA-FLAK-WA-OR-CA-HINY-NJ-PAOH-IN-IL-MI-WIAR-LA-OK-TX
KY-TN-AL-MSME-NH-VT-MA-RI-CTMN-IA-MO-ND-SD-NE-KSMT-ID-WY-CO-NM-AZ-UT-NV

Engineering Specialties
automation--generalelectrical engineeringHMImachine build/retrofitmachine design/control
PLCscontrol panelsdiscrete controlfield serviceinstallation/start-up
data collection/reportingdiagnosticsdiscrete parts handlingdispensing/fillingembedded controls
level controltemperature controlwaste processingwater/wastewaterPAC controls programming
touch screen design and programmingretrofitting new controls onto older systemsMetal-Finishing equipment controls/programmingcontinuous printing press controlsflexible circuit processes/thin-metal etching

Product Experience
AutomationDirectAllen-BradleyOmron ElectronicsOur own productsRockwell Automation
Rockwell SoftwareOmega EngineeringKeyenceRed Lion Controls

Corporate Affiliations
AutomationDirectOmron ElectronicsRockwell AutomationRockwell SoftwareEaton Corporation
KepwareKeyenceMaple SystemsOmega EngineeringRed Lion Controls

Corporate Resume
Expert Automation Design Inc. came into existence as a small support/service company in the 1990s under a different name. They incorporated in 2005/6 and now provide Automation Design and Programming to companies large and small. They started exclusively in the Metal-Finishing industry, providing controls design and programming to circuit-board and metal-finishing equipment companies. They have branched out into other industries including: Bio-Fuels production, Bakery equipment, Agricultural systems, Waste-Treatment and Natural-Gas reclamation. They specialize in retrofitting new control onto existing systems to retain the often specialized functions these systems represent to their owners.