Industrial Process Support Services Inc

Year Founded:1985
Annual Revenue:$1-5 million
Listing Last Updated:8/19/2015

Contact Information
Name:Thomas Ranger - President
Address:   
4664 Brambleton Avenue
RoanokeVA 24018 United States
Phone:(540) 989-8607
Fax:(540) 989-7886
Email:thomasranger@ipssinc.com
Website:www.ipssinc.com

Industries Served
metalssteelaluminum

Areas Served
AK-WA-OR-CA-HIDE-MD-VA-WV-NC-SC-GA-FLKY-TN-AL-MSNY-NJ-PAOH-IN-IL-MI-WI
AR-LA-OK-TXMN-IA-MO-ND-SD-NE-KSAsiaCanadaEurope
European Union

Engineering Specialties
automation--generalC/C++computer softwareinstallation/start-upsupervisory control
advanced controlannealing/picklingcomputer hardwaredata collection/reportingfield service
instr/data acquisitioninternational projectsprocess controlsystems engineeringturnkey systems
data processing/mgmntfactory automationinformation systemsmotors/motion controlpersonal computers
PLCsproject managementproject planningSCADAsimulation/modeling
staff augmentationtraining/educationVME systemsrolling mill process knowledge

Product Experience
Hewlett-PackardABBAllen-BradleyDellGE Automation & Controls
General ElectricMicrosoftRockwell AutomationSchneider ElectricSiemens
IntelOpto 22OracleRockwell SoftwareToshiba

Corporate Affiliations
Hewlett-PackardABBAllen-BradleyDellGE Automation & Controls
MicrosoftSiemens

Professional Affiliations
AISTISSAISICSS/IEEEIEEE

Corporate Resume
Formed in 1985, Industrial Process Support Systems, Inc. (IPSS) supplies mathematical models (software), supervisory process control systems, control systems, and process consulting to the metals industry. Their experience comes from many years of supporting this continent's premier steel mills with a specific focus on hot rolling. IPSS capabilities include configuration, supply, and programming of industry standard controllers and real-time process controllers for applications such as gauge control, width control, temperature control, and looper control. IPSS products include models for mill set up and control, HMI packages, and interfaces to legacy automation systems.