SPOC Automation

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    SPOC Automation builds world-class artificial lift controls and well automation products for the oil and gas industry. We engineer and package “oil field ready” artificial lift automation products that increase production, lower lifting costs and save energy. Our products are engineered to help customers produce more and spend less. As the largest independent artificial lift controls manufacturer in North America, we apply decades of automation experience to your equipment or process. We are known for developing robust technology that allows users to get more product out of the ground and providing world class service to our customers. While we specialize in the international oil and gas industry, our roots run deep in the nonconventional gas fields of the Black Warrior Basin. While working with across-the-line motor starters and controls in the coal bed methane industry, we discovered that our variable frequency drive solution, which allowed a beam pump to operate without a dynamic brake chopper or resistors, could be applied to pumps that were de-watering methane gas wells. We soon realized that this automation solution could save customers energy and increase production throughout the oil and gas industry.
    TypePrivate
    Founded2000
    HQTrussville, US
    Websitespocautomation.com

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    Employees (est.) (May 2020)43(-2%)

    SPOC Automation Office Locations

    SPOC Automation has an office in Trussville
    Trussville, US (HQ)
    7363 Gadsden Hwy
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    2000

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    SPOC Automation Launches 'Revelation' Pump-Off Controller

    TRUSSVILLE, Ala., Aug. 29, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- SPOC Automation announces the launch of a new product, 'Revelation,' a pump-off controller. This pump-off controller uses pump cards, a graphical representation of the pump loads, and analyzes the information collected to make decisions, run ...

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    SPOC Automation Named One of the Best Workplaces for 2020 by Inc

    SPOC Automation is one of the highest-scoring businesses, with standout employee engagement and has been named to Inc. magazine’s annual list of the Best Workplaces for 2020.

    What Does That Code Warning Mean?

    So, you are going about your day, monitoring your pumps and solving problems. Suddenly, you get an alert. You have a Code-1 Over-Current Fault. What does that even mean and what do you need to do to resolve it?

    The Power of SCADA: A Practical Example

    The post The Power of SCADA: A Practical Example appeared first on SPOC Automation.

    Data Logger WiseGuy Series: Part 2

    The post Data Logger WiseGuy Series: Part 2 appeared first on SPOC Automation.

    How to Compensate for a Rod Float: Part 2

    The post How to Compensate for a Rod Float: Part 2 appeared first on SPOC Automation.

    The Cost of Damage from Rod Float

    The energy unleashed on your equipment from unchecked rod float is tremendous. The cost of repairing the damage is equally sobering. Consider a typical case.
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    SPOC Automation Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was SPOC Automation founded?

      SPOC Automation was founded in 2000.

    • How many employees does SPOC Automation have?

      SPOC Automation has 43 employees.

    • Who are SPOC Automation competitors?

      Competitors of SPOC Automation include Ener-Core, Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems and Stats.

    • Where is SPOC Automation headquarters?

      SPOC Automation headquarters is located at 7363 Gadsden Hwy, Trussville.

    • Where are SPOC Automation offices?

      SPOC Automation has an office in Trussville.

    • How many offices does SPOC Automation have?

      SPOC Automation has 1 office.