Mike Seigel/ The Seattle Times
DECO has provided many years of service to the aerospace industry, including a recent partnership with Electroimpact, a company contracted to build robotic manufacturing systems to assemble the Boeing 777X wings and other aerospace systems. See the article in the Seattle Times.ROBOTICS
DECO’s work with aerospace fabrication assist robots includes safety integrations; process logic control wiring; primary power connection; and delivery and assembly support.
Commercial aerospace freezers for keeping components at low temperatures.
Primary power distribution for campus; 13 kilovolts electrical infrastructure and primary switching, transformers and substations.
Paint Hangar Controls
Aerospace paint hanger automation controls; intrinsically safe and explosion proof installation.
Hazardous Area Installs
Explosion-proof installations, such as fueling stations.
High Bay Cranes
Installation of aerospace high bay cranes used in an automatic storage and retrieval systems.
400 Hertz installations to support parked aircraft, testing aerospace components, and for supporting manufacturing.