Electrical Engineering and Controls

Can Lines Engineering recognizes that product flow must be smooth and efficient on a packaging line, while at the same time preventing package damage.  To accomplish this, CLE starts with a well thought out and designed electrical control system that is co-designed with our mechanical engineering solution, to give a solid foundation to your packaging needs.  Our electrical engineers, technicians, and designers have over 30 years of experience providing seamless integration of conveyance systems with packaging machines (depalletizers, fillers, inspection systems, labelers, packers, palletizers).  Whether this involves all new conveyance and packaging equipment, existing / relocated equipment or used equipment, CLE’s electrical department is fully capable of providing a controls solution to tailor fit any need or level of automation the customer may require. These intelligent controls provide flexibility and ease of operation / maintainability, while providing reliable and highly efficient solutions to get products to market for the food and beverage, dairy, pulp and paper, consumer products and pharmaceutical industries.

Can Lines Engineering’s electrical team brings work experience from OEM’s, manufacturers, and end users.  This diverse team has the capabilities to provide the following services:

CLE is a member of Rockwell Automation’s OEM Machine Builder Program. Our engineers interact with Rockwell Automation for new products and design reviews to insure the best automation solution is provided.  Participation in this program also gives us direct access to the best Rockwell Automation technical support engineers.

Can Lines Engineering combines extensive electrical engineering capabilities with the latest in technology and control devices to bring optimum results for material handling systems. Our team has integrated, installed, programmed, and improved thousands of control systems across multiple industries and multiple control platforms. We understand the control strategies that are necessary for an efficient operation and are leading in regards to the modern day need for the plant floor operations to communicate with the operations of the business at a much higher level.