Leman Engineering Moves to New Location!

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We are excited to announce that Leman Engineering has moved from its original “starter” location to a new and improved location. We are still in the greater Brookston, Indiana area. Our new facility features enlarged office space, enlarged shop / manufacturing space, plus warehousing space and a separate building for larger assemblies. All situated on […]

Ancillary Electrical Switchgear Integration

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Ancillary Electrical Switchgear Integration, Distribution and Control Produces Savings An area where LEC especially shines is the aggregation of ancillary distribution and controls for your power system into the switchgear. What does this mean? It means your life just got easier. Your power system requires the following: Battery charger Jacket water heater circuit with disconnect when […]

Our Vision for the Future

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LEC is a business that designs and builds custom switchgear and control panels. We also do consulting work – in terms of custom design and also custom work in the field – troubleshooting, start-up assistance, etc. The way LEC sees it, the generator switchgear and control business is largely a custom business. There is a […]

The LEC Story

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Leman Engineering was started in 2010 when a friend suggested that Randy build him a fuel transfer pump oscillating control panel. The friend had built them himself in the past. Randy agreed and went through the steps of running a business – writing the quote, receiving the order, procuring the parts, manufacturing, testing, shipping and […]

Randy Leman, LEC’s Founder

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Randy Leman is a 1992 Purdue EET graduate. Randy worked for Caterpillar Power Systems from 1992 to 2000 and was instrumental in the design and development of the Caterpillar switchgear program. Randy then worked for a private switchgear company through 2006, briefly for Power Secure out of a home office for 6 months, and finally […]