Acromag Supports Engineers From the Beginning of Their Education Through Their Career
Acromag has been designing and manufacturing industrial I/O for 60 years. Henry Patton, Acromag’s founder, believed in helping the next generation of engineers. He bestowed to the College of Engineering and Computer Science of the University of Michigan, Dearborn a scholarship. This scholarship is awarded on the basis of academic merit to students pursuing engineering degrees.
"Acromag offers engineering students a co-op and internship for real-life work experience."
Co-ops and interns work in areas such as new product design, engineering test, and applications under the guidance of a senior engineer. Students looking for co-op and internship opportunities are recruited during job fairs at local universities.
A global network of sales representatives and distributors gives customers local access to friendly, highly-trained control professionals that can help you select the right products for your needs. Industry related application notes and white papers are available free of charge from our website. Product information includes detailed user manuals, technical white papers, and product training videos that are available on our website. A monthly eNewsletter keeps customers up-to-date with regard to new products, new training videos, and white papers.
Technical support is available from the factory from a team of experienced application engineers to help you find the best solution or to troubleshoot your system.
Acromag is a multi-million-dollar international corporation that combines more than 60 years of process monitoring and control experience with a solid background in high-tech computer design.
We design and manufacture signal interfacing solutions for raw materials processing; factory automation; oil, gas, and mining; power generation; water/wastewater; OEM machine control; defense, security, and aerospace; research and development.