Knowledge is power, you've heard it before. But real power comes from putting that knowledge to use. That's how you get options, engineering options, and that gives you control. And that's exactly what ROMAC gives you.
At ROMAC our knowledge is built on generations of experience and training in electrical devices. We have the knowledge to find and rebuild or recondition any electrical device. And that's what ROMAC is really about, providing control and choices, giving you a powerful feeling.
This expertise didn't develop over night. We've spent over thirty years building it. In the beginning we were a family-owned company working out of a tiny, rented warehouse. Since then we've grown into an international corporation occupying a five acre facility. Some things haven't changed. ROMAC is still owned by that same family and still dedicated to solving your electrical apparatus problems more efficiently than any other company in the world.
Bindicator is a full service supplier of point and continuous level sensors for industrial applications. Since 1936, our bin level indicators have been preventing overflow spills, controlling surge bins, detecting plugged chutes and providing on/off control of pumps and conveyors in the dry bulk...
Electro-Sensors, Inc. began operations in 1968 in St. Louis Park, Minnesota. It was founded by James P. Slattery to serve material handling and process control applications in industrial plants. The original products included the Bin-Levetrol level sensor which sensed presence or absence of...
Electrical installations usually have several loads, often on a single circuit. Panelboards, switchboards, switchgear and motor-control centers are methods of consolidating control of those circuits into a common enclosure on common bus. One of the basic functions of switchgear is protection,... Read more
Circuit breakers operating at optimum efficiency and accuracy can play a huge part in reducing potential arc flash hazard. In low-voltage applications, most circuit breakers have all or most of their protective behaviors integrated into the device, while in higher voltage breakers, it is common... Read more
Transfer switches can be electromechanical or solid state or “static” transfer switches. Here we are focused on electromechanical units. Transfer switches come in multiple types and configurations. The simplest type is a safety switch, often referred to as a double-throw (DT) safety switch. It... Read more