RKC Instrument is a manufacturer of PID temperature and process instrumentation ranging from discrete controls to a multizone “ build your own” control system. Programmable controllers have active tuning and fuzzy-logic algorithms to suppress overshoot during start-up and process upsets. Additional products include pressure control, relays, heater break and loop break alarms, resin pressure indicator and sensor, and valve positioners. Profibus, EtherNet and DeviceNet communications are available as well as a PLC interface that requires no additional programming. Worldwide sales and support since 1937.
RJ Lee Group is an industrial forensics analytical laboratory and scientific consulting firm located in the Greater Pittsburgh area. We partner with our clients to deal with problems encountered during the manufacturing process, to ensure regulatory compliance, and to uncover and understand the... Read More
Ajax TOCCO Magnethermic®, a subsidiary of Park-Ohio Holdings Corporation®, designs and manufactures world class induction heating and melting equipment for various industries and applications throughout the world. In addition we provide a range of services including laboratory process...
The RB series is a performance temperature control series condensed into a slim 60mm depth case. Offered at an economical price, a new auto-tuning algorithm calculates optimum PID values to shorten the time to reach set value. After the PID values have been auto-tuned, Fine Tuning (FT) allows... Read more
The FB series high performance temperature/process controller has an accuracy of 0.1%. The operator can select from autotuning, advanced autotuning, or a more advanced Brilliant II autotuning feature to allow selectable PID control. A special start-up tuning feature calculates optimum PID values... Read more
The SRZ is a DIN rail mounted high-density modular system with a sample cycle time of 250ms and a 0.2% accuracy. Control method is selectable between position proportional control and cascade control in addition to heat only and heat/cool methods. A quick rise/drop to setpoint gives greater... Read more