Snap-On dips their metal parts into eight different chemical baths. Each chemical bath has a different cycle time. If a part sits in a bath for too long, or too short, the finish will not be acceptable for sale. Parts must complete all eight processes before inspection. In an effort to improve quality and reduce wasted parts, labor and cost, Snap-On ordered a custom timer system from DC-Digital. White vinyl captions for each timer identify the timer with the respective bath process. The process technician can set each timer with a different time value using rotary switches mounted on the timer enclosure. DC-Digital mounted the timer start push-buttons in a separate NEMA 4 enclosure. With the process time set, the machine operator can start each timer with a single push-button. This separated interface provides process control to the technician as well as convenience to the machine operator. With 2.3-inch high digits, the timers are visible up to 120 feet away, providing visibility to the operator, technicians and management. If you have need for a custom timer, call DC-Digital today!