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Evaluate Your Automation Solution

With today’s automation opportunities across nearly every industry, it can make a lot of sense to conduct an automation evaluation. Your company’s applications must be properly designed and engineered. As a result, your applications will run at the best level of efficiency. So, JHFoster has a Certified Energy Manager (CEM) on staff to help you find areas where you could be saving money. We identify areas for energy savings regardless of the type of facility, building or industrial plant.

A basic energy audit investigates what the best options for your applications are. In fact, our focus is to find all areas where you benefit from lowering energy consumption. John Henry Foster can analyze even the most unique of systems.

We help you navigate the tools available to decide which parts and products best optimize your automation processes. In addition, our team then integrates the right parts for the job. From pressure regulators to flow controls or pressure reducing valves, we offer products with major efficiency and extended life benefits.

For more information on the importance of an Automation Evaluation, and how we can help you maximize your business production, please contact us at 800.582.5162 or by email.

Visit our Solution Stories page to see examples of our efforts and feature ways we’ve helped our customers work faster, smarter and more efficiently.

Have you not started your automation journey quite yet? Are you sure that you’d benefit from automation some of your manual processes but have no clue where to begin? 

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The Automation Lifecycle

Frequently Asked Questions

Why is properly sizing pneumatic components important?

Oversized components cost more, waste air, and affect machine performance. Properly sized components can reduce the initial cost of the components and operating pressure for the machine.