IQ Corporation (IQC)

Year Founded:1996
Annual Revenue:$1-5 million
Listing Last Updated:9/16/2020

Contact Information
Name:Ken Sultany - Owner
4030 West Valley Blvd.
Suite 110
WalnutCA 91789 United States

Industries Served
biotechnologybuilding materialsenvironmentalhydroelectric energymanufacturing--general
material handlingmedical/health carepharmaceuticalsmolding/extrusionprocessing
building automationconsumer productscontrolled atmospherefood/beveragepet products
energy--generalenvironmental monitoringdry material handlingValidations

Areas Served

Engineering Specialties
21 CFR Part 11automation--generalbatch controlbatch processingblending
CAD/documentationcontrol panelsdata collection/reportingdata processing/mgmntfactory automation
HMIinstallation/start-upPLCsprocess controlprocess engineering
regulatory complianceSCADAvalidationcontrolled atmospherediscrete control
dispensing/fillingannealing/picklingautomated assemblybuilding automationCEMS
conveying/sortingproject managementsimulation/modelingtraining/educationwater/wastewater
DCSenergy managementvision systemspharmaceutical validation

Product Experience
Action InstrumentsAllen-BradleyEmerson AutomationMicrosoftPhoenix Contact
Rockwell AutomationRockwell SoftwareWonderwareAutomationDirectBosch-Rexroth
Mettler ToledoNematronOracleOSIsoftPepperl + Fuchs
Sick OpticsToshibaTurckWoodhead IndustriesYaskawa
Endress + HauserEurothermJohnson ControlsSiemens

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Corporate Resume
IQ Corporation provides comprehensive automation integration/systems integration services including sequence design, electrical design, panel design, UL panel construction, PLC programming, SCADA programming, database programming, start-up, commissioning, validation, and FDA 21 CFR 11 services. IQC's clients include pharmaceutical, biotech, pulp and paper, plastics, floor products, building products, and power tool manufacturers located throughout the United States. OQC focuses on system integration that leverages PLCs, Wonderware and GE Fanuc/Intellution SCADA systems, and database programming so that a client's plant is more automated (producing high quantities at high quality and lower cost), more flexible (easily changed between product lines, recipes, etc.), more connected (integrating plant operating data to front office functions), more easily operated (with reduced operator training and lower maintenance), and ultimately more profitable. IQC has been in business for over ten years, with a proven track record of delivering complex, up-time-critical applications in demanding, high visibility industries on time and on budget. IQC primarily programs the Allen-Bradley PLC line, Wonderware, and GE Fanuc/Intellution SCADA systems. IQC's Wonderware-based batching systems are unparalleled in the compounding industry. In addition, IQC has a sophisticated project methodology which will maximize a client's return on investment. The methodology utilizes a unique, deterministic, sequence-state design and programming protocol that produces sophisticated, robust, and safe process control and automation solutions very rapidly. This project methodology also results in a superior turn-over documentation package that allows customers to take full ownership of the system. IQC strives to train all customers to have complete ownership and understanding of the system's the company provides. IQC also offers PLC, Wonderware and GE Fanuc/Intellution SCADA training to their clients, both in-house and at the client’s locations.