For the past 19 years, Robitech
Incorporated has been a leading supplier of industrial controls to many of the
world's leading industries. Our unique approach has been utilized time and again
because of its small-size, dense packaging, easy installation, throughput, value
and overall reliability.
Listed below are some examples of how Robitech Inc. has
provided the practical solutions sought by today's designers.
computer manufacturer required a control system for filtering and recirculating
DI water in their semiconductor fabrication facility. At their invitation, we
designed and developed a complete stand-alone control system with an on-board
computer and networked with the company's process computer. The unit was housed
in a sealed enclosure to protect it from contamination and corrosion. Because
the package was complete and self-contained, installation procedures we simple
By relying on
our niche expertise, our customer avoided the high costs of R&D associated
with prototyping and product development. In fact, they report that we delivered
the initial finished control for less than it would have cost them to have an
in-house engineering team initiate a design concept.
A Total Turnkey System
semiconductor equipment manufacturer asked us to supply multiple
electro-pneumatic control systems for use in their state-of-the-art process
machines. Because they required extreme reliability, small size, "no
tool" replacement modules and one part number purchasing, our total
out-sourcing solution proved to be just what they needed. We designed the
systems as all-inclusive control racks, fully customized with silkscreened I/O,
module and pertinent system information, and all documentation
simply mounted the racks, plugged in I/O and power harnesses (both electrical
and pneumatic) and turned on the system. It performed to their complete
specializing in plastic swizzle sticks for the food and beverage industry asked
us to develop a raw plastic bulk-feed control system for their injection molding
machines. We designed a system to ensure that each machine was supplied with a
min/max bulk of appropriate plastic material. Computer controlled and monitored
from the plant superintendent's office, the system recorded material usage at
each station as well as bulk feed and machine problems. The system's ability to
sense trouble and report back to the operator allowed our customer to make
smarter, better informed choices on the production line, maximizing uptime and
The Packaging Difference
international lighting company required a complex gas control system for use on
its production lines. With multiple packages to be mounted on a large rotary
table, minimal size and weight were paramount factors in the system design.
Within four weeks, we designed a modular control system that surpassed even our
customer's expectations while staying in the budget.
Over the past
two decades, we have developed unique methods for reducing the size of our
equipment solutions by one half. Combining pneumatics with electronics in the
same rack and designing our systems to be smaller and more densely populated
allows us to reduce our customer's equipment load, ultimately cutting overall
costs. In our business, smaller truly is better.