AEM stands for Advanced Electrical/ Mechanical. The President and Vice President have been in business together for 23 years. Originally, the principals of AEM were strong sales reps for motors and speed controls. AEM was incorporated in 1979, and has been a supplier since that time, providing electrical and mechanical products for motion control and voltage control to the automotive industries and others.
Our components perform on all types of automation machinery used for high volume production output such as food processing, packaging, cutting, sorting, stamping, pick and place machines, simple conveyors, and more. We've provided the vital tools needed for speed regulation, heat regulation, climate control, and for protection against power surges as long as we have been in business.
Throughout the years, AEM people have brought many breakthroughs into the world of automotive technology.
- 1st Variable frequency drive controlled foundry conveyor
at Central Foundry.
- 1st synchronized Variable Frequency Drive (VFD) conveyor at Chrysler.
- 1st Variable Frequency Multidrive load share conveyor at Chevrolet.
- 1st Variable Frequency Multidrive load share conveyor at Chrysler.
- 1st VFD system in a bakery.
- 1st solid state VFD at General Motors.
- 1st solid state VFD at Ford (Wayne Plant).
- 1st solid state VFD controlled Multidrive load share conveyor system at General Motors.
- 1st VFD controlled paint spray booth fans at Ford (Wayne Plant).
- 1st VFD with Integrated Gate Bipolar Transistor's at General Motors (Wheel Balance).
- 1st VFD controlled turntable at Ford (Wixom Plant).
- 1st VFD controlled transfer line (Pico).
- 1st VFD controlled belt lift at Ford.
- 1st VFD controlled stamping press at Ford.
- 1st VFD controlled linear motors.
- 1st VFD with internal motion control.
- 1st Planetary gearboxes on a high speed lift.
- 1st digital access system for VFD monitoring.
- 1st solid state switches used by the IRS to switch between substations.
- 1st one hour Backup System for Carbon Wheels.