Midwest Dynamic Automation Inc.

Year Founded:1997
Annual Revenue:Less than $1 million
Listing Last Updated:5/20/2010

Contact Information
Name:John Shaddon - Control System Specialist
P.O. Box 1053
FrankfortIL 60423 United States
Phone:(815) 469-7711
Fax:(815) 478-7478

Industries Served
steelaluminumautomation/controlcoating/finishingfabricated metals
metalsrubber/plastics/paintstone/clay/glass/brickwaste treatmentwater/wastewater
environmentalfood/beveragematerial handlingmolding/extrusionmunicipalities
tiressystem integrator for drives and control

Areas Served

Engineering Specialties
motors/motion controlPLCscoating/finishingcontrol panelsfactory automation
HMIsystems engineeringannealing/picklingautomation--generalchemical engineering
field serviceindustrial engineeringnetworking/commprocess controlprocess engineering
roboticsSCADAsignal process/conditionsupervisory controltemperature control
turnkey systemsVisual Basicwaste processingwater/wastewaterweb processes
CAD/documentationDCSinformation systemsinstallation/start-uplevel control
mechanical engineeringproduct tracking/identproject planningtraining/education

Product Experience
Allen-BradleyEurothermGE Automation & ControlsRockwell AutomationRockwell Software
SiemensWonderwareICONICSABBAction Instruments
Analog DevicesAutodeskB&B ElectronicsCisco SystemsDell
Eaton CorporationEmerson Process MgmntEndress + HauserFlukeIBM
Red Lion ControlsSIXNETYaskawaYokogawaCitect
Emerson Ind AutomationFoxboroKlockner-MoellerRittal

Corporate Resume
Midwest Dynamic Automation has the experience and knowledge to provide complete automated solutions for today’s most difficult applications. They realize that technological advances in electrical controls can give manufacturing processors an advantage over their competitors. Consequently, Midwest Dynamic Automation provides services for variable speed drives, PLC, MMI, and controls. They have discovered through years of experience that an understanding of the process that is being controlled is as important as the controls themselves. This allows the company to incorporate the latest controls on any equipment as well as retrofits on existing equipment. Since they are a system integrator, not a manufacturer, they can offer their design expertise to extend to many major brands of industrial control manufacturers. Whether a client prefers Allen Bradley, Eurotherm, GE, Siemens, or any other manufacturer, Midwest Dynamic Automation offers complete solution for system integration.