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Category: Control Systems Integration

Spiroflow Automation Solutions Opens New Office

September 27, 2016

Spiroflow Automation Solutions Opens New Greer SC Office
Spiroflow Automation Solutions, Inc., an emerging leader in the control systems integration industry, today announced the opening of their new office in Greer, South Carolina.  The office, located at 112 South Main Street, will provide capacity for increased customer support, engineering, sales, service, human resources, and leadership functions. The Upstate SC area was targeted for its rich supply of controls engineering talent which includes Greenville, SC. “We have experienced tremendous growth and the new Greer office allows us to strategically expand our team in line with our customers’ needs,” said Managing Director, Cary Moore. “Our team is excited about our continuing growth [...]

Spiroflow Acquires Food Control Solutions

April 8, 2015

Spiroflow Holdings, Inc. announces the acquisition of Food Control Solutions, Inc., the leading systems integration and automation company in the food industry.  The acquisition was completed on April 1, 2015 and combines the strength of Spiroflow’s worldwide bulk material handling solutions and the automation expertise of Food Control Solutions. “We are very excited about the acquisition of Food Control Solutions and welcome them into the Spiroflow family!  Over a year ago, we recognized the value of their custom automation and systems integration work, the quality and ingenuity of their solutions, and their excellent reputation.  The acquisition of Food Control Solutions [...]

Selecting A Mechanical Conveyor

January 23, 2014

Mechanical Conveyor Choices: Everything to Consider Before You Buy
Selecting a mechanical conveyor for material handling solutions will depend on the specific requirements of the end user.  Points to consider are safety, energy consumption, prevention of contamination, dust containment and minimal degrading of the product.  The budget and return on investment will determine the level of sophistication and the suitability of a particular conveyor to meet the application. During the conveyor selection process a specification must be prepared to define the constraints the conveyor must achieve whatever the industry.   This should include characteristics of the ingredients being handled, conveying capacity, materials of construction, dimensional constraints (layout) and any hazards [...]