- Complex electromechanical system development
- In-house capabilities include fabrication, machining, assembly, integration, test and documentation/validation
- Active supply chain management organization
As a provider of custom machinery, Keller Technology specializes in technically complex electromechanical systems. This includes custom process equipment as well as special machinery and custom automation systems. We provide specialized customer-specific equipment to a variety of industries including: engineered materials; chemicals/polymers; glass; telecommunications; semiconductor and PV; life sciences, including pharmaceuticals, medical devices and combination products; special equipment and components for research institutions; and particle accelerator systems.
Our extensive in-house electromechanical systems capabilities include fabrication, machining, assembly, integration, test, and documentation/validation, coupled with an active supply chain management organization to ensure optimum value for our customers.
KTC’s electromechanical areas of expertise include:
- Machine vision
- High and ultra-high vacuum chambers and systems
- ASME code pressure vessels, valves and systems
- Custom process equipment
- Continuous motion machinery
- Web forming/handling equipment
- Flexible automation systems
- Particle accelerator components and sub systems
- cGMP life sciences equipment
- Large envelope 5 axis machining
- Equipment for clean room and controlled environments
Our locations in North Carolina, New York and South Korea allow us to serve both domestic and international customers.
Electromechanical Equipment Project Profiles
Electromechanical Machinery – Energy Research
Equipment used in a particle accelerator.
Electromechanical Systems – Nuclear Fuel
Automated pellet loading machine for nuclear fuel rods.
Electromechanical Systems FAQ
Q: What range of electromechanical projects has Keller been involved with?
A: KTC’s experience with electromechanical equipment is extensive. On one end of the spectrum, we have designed and built one-off electromechanical systems that occupy an entire bay of our manufacturing floor. By way of contrast, Keller also produces electromechanical pneumatic assemblies in our controlled-environment rooms that number in the 100s per month.