Deaton Engineering designs and builds custom equipment for many industries from pharmaceutical to heavy machinery. We design turnkey machines, enclosures, electrical systems, mechanisms and process controls. Our custom equipment is designed to be easy to install, operate, and maintain with minimal engineering support. Our goal is to lower your cost of ownership by minimizing training, operator intervention, downtime, and revalidation.
Certain solutions simply cannot be implemented using only off-the-shelf equipment. Whether it is a straightforward design involving signal conditioning or a more complex design involving full wireless data transmission, Deaton Engineering can provide complete design and build services. Our electrical engineers design custom components including control panels, cable harnesses, electrical drawers, signal conditioning, AC/DC power distribution blocks, wireless devices, low-power embedded controllers, data acquisition units and machine safety circuits. Deaton Engineering uses the latest methodologies and design practices, allowing for more efficient and low-maintenance designs. Our in-house PCB capabilities (schematic capture, layout, procurement, assembly & test) cover multi-layer, high-speed, low/high power, and small footprint designs (i.e., BGA). This results in finished products ranging from single-layer interface boards to multi-layer high-speed ARM-based microcontroller units; from large electromechanical relay boards to miniaturized wireless devices.
To ensure our designs meet current GMP requirements, we follow the GAMP life cycle model for automated systems to facilitate validation. We design and build individual pieces of equipment or complete manufacturing lines to automate and improve the manufacturing process.
We strive to help you integrate current technologies into new products, achieve superior ROI, accelerate time to market, and create a positive business impact. Our custom equipment is designed to be easy to install, operate, and maintain with minimal engineering support. Our goal is to lower your cost of ownership by minimizing training, operator intervention, downtime, and revalidation.