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Industrial Control Panels
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Control Panels for Use in Hazardous Locations
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Welcome to Industrial Technical Services!
Serving Customers Since 1992

Industrial Technical Services, Inc.has worked with many customers over the years, providing unique, custom controls for a wide variety of machines. Here are just a few to give you an idea of the types of problems we can help you solve.

We worked closely with our engineering client and the end user engineering and operations personnel to create a system that safely and efficiently handles material at high production rates and all the while protects people and equipment from harm.

We are not rock crushing professionals, but we know how to translate customer needs and wants into a control system that will process more than 1000 tons of material each hour for many years of multiple shift and long week service. Click here for more information on the project.

There was a time when craftsmen were employed to assemble parts into various forms that eventually became part of rotating machinery. Using fixtures, gages, levers, racks, feel, and experience, the craftsmen built many machines some of which continue to operate today, many decades later.

Today, the craftsmen are more difficult to find and afford. Cost and pricing pressures and production demands make automation, precision control of positioning and forces, and state of the art instrumentation necessary. These are photos of the latest of a long series of similar machines each better than the last in terms of capability and features. This particular machine is now located at an end user plant in India. Click here for information about this machine.

We have assisted one particular customer with two incarnations of welding lathes. He has established a niche market for himself in the business of automated welding around circumferences. Click here for information about driveline welding projects.


In this example, we worked with the customer to revamp and modernize their existing Strippit Turret Punch controls, preserving their investment in legacy programs they still use today. Click here for information about this this project.


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