Automation Engineering for Industrial Processes

Control Panels, Process Automation and More

An automation system from Applied Chemical Technology gives you pinpoint control of all your process variables, eliminating human error and assuring a more consistent level of product quality.The advantages of ACT automation include: reduced production cost, increased production rate, improved product quality, increased safety, improved production consistency, centralized process control, uniform process operations, accurate process data collection and reporting, and reduced downtime.

Applied Chemical Technology is a full-service engineering firm with a reputation for innovative process, product and equipment design. We back our automation services with extensive process engineering experience. No other systems integrator can offer our combination of process and system engineering expertise. ACT offers:

  • Build control panels to UL508A specifications
  • Custom designed turnkey control systems
    • Designed for your unique process requirements
    • Guaranteed to perform as specified
  • Complete in-house electrical panel and automation shop
    • Optimum cost control
    • Rapid fabrication
    • Tight quality control
    • No subcontracting
  • Full on-site installation services
  • Full staff of chemical, mechanical, and electrical engineers, programmers, designers and craftsmen
  • ACT can also upgrade or modify your existing system, even those from other suppliers

Expertise & Experience

Applied Chemical Technology will design your system to your requirements and hardware preference. ACT’s automation expertise includes:

  • PLC (Programmable Logic Controllers)
  • HMI (Human Machine Interface)
  • Industrial networking
  • Database design
  • Hazardous location installations
    • Designed for your unique process requirements
  • System upgrades and debugging
  • NFPA/IEEE and other industrial regulations compliant

Systems Hardware & Programming

We offer system integration services across an unlimited variety of the most popular PLC designs and programming platforms including:


  • Allen-Bradley
  • Square D/Groupe Schneider/Telemecanique
  • Modicon
  • General Electric
  • Siemens
  • Foxboro
  • Yokogawa
  • Honeywell
  • Rosemount
  • and more

Programming Platforms

  • IEC 1131 Compliant
  • Ladder Logic
  • Structured Text
  • Function Block
  • Sequential Block
  • BASIC (VBA, Modular, etc.)
  • and more