EASI, Inc. has completed over 200 control systems integration projects since 1993. More than 35 projects were in excess of $150K. The ownership of EASI, Inc. has more than 25 years of electrical construction, manufacturing and production control system engineering and project management, and control systems inetgeration experience. EASI is careful to make sure that those employees and contractors contributing to customer projects have a minimum of two years of applied Control Systems Integration experience. The Company’s applied experience spans many industries, as described in the following paragraphs:
Food and Beverage – The Company has completed over 100 projects for more than 35 clients in the Food and Beverage industries. The projects implemented span "batch", "continuous process", "packaging/material handling", and "machine control". Conveying systems, batch blending systems, packaging lines, reverse osmosis (RO), ultra-filtration (UF), chromatography, clean-in-place (CIP), sanitize-in-place (SIP), high temperature – short time (HTST) pasteurization, and multi-effect evaporators are examples of projects/systems EASI has developed for these industries.
Biotech and Pharmaceutical – The Company has developed more than 40 control systems for a prominent West Coast Biotech Company. The systems included chromatography, harvest, UF, HTST, CIP, SIP, centrifuge, buffer make-up, and freezing. Although EASI is not a "validation" company, validation support and assistance was provided on several of the projects.
Steam/Co-Generation – The Company’s ownership has applied experience with industrial boiler and burner controls. These include both HP (superheat) steam and LP (saturated) steam systems. This experience includes work with duct burners and Ammonia injection over Platinum catalyst "SCR" systems. EASI is familiar with (and may assist with) emissions monitoring systems.
Molding/Discrete Machine/Motion – EASI has completed over 20 projects for more than 10 clients related to molding and other discrete assembly machine and machine motion control projects. Projects have been associated with both "end users" and OEM’s. Although these projects are counted in addition to the Food and Beverage industries, EASI has also applied these control technologies to Food and Beverage projects.