Helping businesses maximize efficiency, energy savings, and safety.
Logix® is the leading producer of refrigeration energy management control systems for one simple reason: we deliver control systems with the best record of maximizing plant efficiency, energy savings, and safety. Logix has joined the M&M Carnot team and their mission to cool the world with natural refrigeration equipment, packages and controls.
“Clients return to us year after year with new projects to save energy and maximize plant efficiency. They return because they know that Logix® will get the job done.”
Innovative solutions begin with visionary leadership.
Since 1990, Logix® has focused on innovating the energy management of microprocessor-based industrial refrigeration controls. Founders Jim Conant and Mike Ghan lead a talented team of engineering and service professionals whose combined experience totals more than 100 years in the refrigeration and controls industries. Today, Logix designs and implements leading-edge energy management control systems for both U.S. and global clients.
Our customer engagement process begins with continuous communication between your lead engineer and our project manager, and includes the completion of five milestones:
- Discovery and Proposal
- Implementation and Installation
- Ongoing Technical Support
Our project managers are always available to help guide you through the process with clarity and ease.
Custom-tailored solutions that impact your bottom line.
Logix® combines extensive knowledge of control theory and its practical application with a comprehensive understanding of large food and beverage processing, and cold storage and distribution operations. Our systems typically reduce refrigeration energy consumption by 25% or more by streamlining compressor operations, stabilizing system performance, and simplifying operation control.
“It's absolutely been a positive experience...and we've enthusiastically provided references for Logix many times...they have never given us a reason to shift to anybody else.”
Sysco Portland, Inc.