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CBT has partnered with SMC who specializes in pneumatic control engineering to support industrial automation. With local inventory in all three locations as well as combining both Certified Fluid Power Product Specialists and Hi-Tech Automation Specialists to provide a complete solution to our customers. CBT should be your choice for Pneumatic Solutions on Demand.

Inside Pneumatics Specialists - in the office for on-demand support
Outside Pneumatics Specialists - in the field
Over 100
years of combined experience - at your fingertips

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Pneumatics and automation work hand-in-hand. CBT has the resources and knowledge to optimize your manufacturing environment with industry-leading products. All three of our locations have physical stock of our pneumatics products ranging from actuators, connectors, vacuums, valves, and pneumatic instrumentation and safety.

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At CBT, we provide a comprehensive motion controls solution dedicated to designing, building, upgrading, and maintaining your industrial manufacturing plant floor. Our industry-leading specialists understand your challenges and are dedicated to finding an innovative and efficient solution that works for you.

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Thanks to Industrial Automation, manufacturing has come a long way since it’s beginning. Automation started with Eli Whitney, well-known for his creation of the innovative cotton gin. What many don’t know is he also perfected interchangeable parts for manufacturing, which proved useful when he had to build 10,000 muskets for the U.S. Army in 1799. In 1910, Henry Ford took the manufacturing process to the next level.

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