Structured Cabling in Manufacturing Plants

Process controls in manufacturing plants use Supervisory Control & Data Acquisition (SCADA ) to control equipment/components, inventory, and monitor a variety of plant data such as motor currents, temperature, pressure, and fluid levels.

The plant environment varies in temperature, corrosive/caustic, moisture, etc which calls for communication components and installation force that understand the rigorous needs, ingress protection, vibration, and UV exposure.

Through the use of structured cabling, automation is a breeze, multiple buildings and machines can be communicated with from one center terminal. The system is so effective because it requires less human interaction to function properly, one user can operate multiple different processes through one terminal.

SCADA Solutions for Manufacturing Sites

Jonathan Nez and Thomas Adkins
Supporting the Navajo Nation During COVID

A job-site conversation between co-workers about the hardships being suffered due to …



Today our world faces a significant challenge. With the exposure of the …


Carlos Macias and Ken Kortman
Carlos Macias: 30 Years of Service

If you've worked for Kortman, at one time or another, …


5 Reasons for Kortman to Update Your Business to LED Lighting

Kortman has been in the LED market for the past decade completing small …