Schulz Electric, a Timken brand, is one of the largest motor service organizations in the United States.

Custom Controls & Panel Building


The Schulz Group Controls and Panel Shop will work with you to ensure a smooth transition from old systems to new, and assist in the rigorous process of full systems integration of pumps, motors and controls.

  • UL Listed
  • Full System Engineering
  • Systems Integration
  • CAD Services
  • Panel Building
  • Custom Controls
  • PLC Programming
  • PLC Design
  • Thermal Electric Heating Systems


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Energy Efficiency Upgrades

Designing and installing energy saving systems is a core focus of our custom controls and systems integration team. Many existing systems are poorly documented and hard to troubleshoot and fix. Besides being prone to breakdown, many systems suffer from a lack of replacement part availability and manufacturer support.

Whether replacing individual components, updating wiring and program documentation, or redesigning an entire control system, Schulz Group will work with you to evaluate your present system’s condition and provide upgrade options that apply. State-of-the-art variable speed drives, coupled with modern process feedback transmitters and programmable controls, can allow existing production equipment to operate with more flexibility, increase production with less waste, and lead to more uptime and better quality. In short, better control means better reliability.

Applications that can see immediate benefits include pumping stations, air handling systems, paper, wire and coating lines, conveyors and many more.


Condensate Filtration System

System provides manual and automatic control of six filter vessels and backwash receiving tank. System flow is approximately 30,000 GPM. The system also monitors and datalogs condensate system flow and pressure, and provides automatic control capability for removing dirty filters from service, backwashing them, and returning them to service.

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A Custom Touch Panel

Touch Screen used by one of Connecticut municipality's water treatment facility operators to enter water levels, pump choices, etc. The water treatment facility operators simply enter the level of inches desired, select primary and secondary pumps, and the new system will automatically adjust the speeds of the pumps to maintain desired levels. There is also an automatic backup in place if the primary pump fails.