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October 6, 2023

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Prism offers custom control panels that can be tailored to many applications to ensure seamless integration into existing systems.

An industrial control panel is a device used to control and monitor machinery and equipment in industrial settings.

At Prism quality and efficiency are our top priority. UL508A listing requires a manufacturer to design, build, and test to certain standards before releasing a final product. This means all individual materials and components in an industrial control panel must also prove to be safe and reliable. Components are procured/sourced only through manufacturers that ensure their materials are UL-listed.

Factory Acceptance Testing (FAT)

Factory Acceptance Testing ensures the quality of newly manufactured and packaged equipment meets its intended purpose. The Factory Acceptance Test is a process that evaluates the equipment during and after the assembly process by verifying that it is built and operating in accordance with design specifications. This testing makes sure that the components and controls are working properly according to the functionality of the equipment itself. As the name suggests, this testing is performed at the factory.

Our technicians have over 45 years of combined experience with panel building. Our design team knows what it takes to create solutions for our customers’ project needs. We know which questions to ask to meet our client’s needs. This makes us the premier professional service group for your Electrical Control Panel needs.

We take pride in our ability to design and create complex electrical systems. We are actively engaged with original equipment manufacturers and follow their detailed specifications which creates exceptional products for end users.

Prim offers PLC and HMI programming, full package design including submittals, warranty, FAT testing, and much more.

By focusing on our customer’s applications, the services we offer at Prism will fully serve your company’s needs.

By: Angela Sendik