Advanced Solutions & Controls LLC prides itself on being a leading custom solutions provider in industrial, wastewater/water, transit, and aviation industries. As a qualified DBE (Disadvantaged Business Enterprise) inclusive of Federal Highway Administration, Federal Transit Administration, and Federal Aviation Administration, the DBE Certification enables percentage participation for contracts with mandated DBE requirements. ASC provides state of the art solutions to complex engineering projects, leveraging over 20 years of custom engineering experience. By continually investing in people, technology and processes; ASC delivers robust end to end solutions.
Projects are managed through a partnership approach that ensures alignment between problem, vision and solution. Our proven and proprietary methods deliver robust and long-lasting solutions backed by industry leading technology. From start to finish, all custom automation solutions are designed, built, tested, and supported by ASC. Our team of engineers expertly deliver custom control panels, automation solutions, integration, troubleshooting, retrofitting, PLC programming, installation, startups, and commissioning of cutting edge turn-key automation systems. We work with original equipment manufacturers (OEM’s) from around the world. If it has to do with automation, we do it!
WHY IS UL CERTIFICATION IMPORTANT?
ASC is UL certified, but what does that mean to you? That term is often used in the lighting industry, but does it really matter? YES, it does. UL stands for Underwriters Laboratories, a nonprofit safety organization established over 100 years ago. More information on this organization can be found at the UL website, www.ul.com. UL is world-recognized as a leader in product safety testing and certification. Not many things are more important than product safety, when it comes to choosing a panel solutions provider. Here are some of the reasons why UL Certification is so important:
UL inherently requires and tests for safety. Through comprehensive procedures and guidelines, UL requires their standards are met before certification is granted.
A local UL field representative will visit a manufacturer at least four times per year to verify that the Listing Mark is only applied to products that are being built in accordance with the UL requirements.
When manufacturers are UL Certified, it shows their continued commitment to safety and quality.