About Us

M&M Systems was founded in 1991 as an engineering company specializing in the design, development, and distribution of industrial and commercial refrigeration control systems.

OUR PHILOSOPHY

Our product development philosophy is driven by four overriding factors: market needs, customer feedback, the effective use of emerging technology, and a lifetime customer perspective.

It’s personal for us.

This approach ensures M&M Systems’ control solutions consistently deliver affordable energy savings, safety, and efficiency with results second to none.

Unparalleled Experience

Our engineering team has over 300 years of cumulative experience in the areas of system design, software development, and hardware design, and play a key role in our readily available, personalized customer service and support.

The majority of our team spent many years with General Electric gaining invaluable experience and knowledge from one of the world’s most respected organizations.

Over time this group’s experience with flight simulation and military ship control projects led them to recognize the potential in industrial and commercial controls. From this foundation, M&M Systems was established with the goal of utilizing sound design practices and a disciplined engineering approach to deliver efficient control systems to market.

Reputation for Excellence

M&M Systems’ customers have come to expect comprehensive proposals, high quality, cost-effective products and outstanding customer service.

As a result, we count numerous Fortune 500 companies as customers who have learned to depend on M&M Systems for their control system and engineering services needs. During the past 25+ years, we have designed, developed, built, and delivered custom industrial and commercial refrigeration control systems for a diverse client list.

Rigorous Design & Testing

Pioneering design and effective close collaboration with our client base are two hallmarks of M&M Systems. Our state of the art facility provides for the in-house design, development, and manufacturing of all control systems. Dedicated testing areas are used to provide software validation, communications testing, and panel burn-ins. On rare occasions when a project requires additional capabilities, M&M Systems has the benefit of established relationships with various laboratories and contract manufacturers to allow for prototype manufacturing and environmental testing of new products. M&M Systems is an Independent Software Vendor that develops software for Microsoft Windows. M&M Systems is also a UL508A Listed Panel Shop.

Training

A thorough understanding of M&M Systems control panels is beneficial in maximizing the energy efficiency and effectiveness of your system. The knowledge and utilization of standard features ensure trouble-free operation and a rapid return on the investment.

A two-day course is available that will provide a thorough understanding of M&M Systems control systems for field service personnel and advanced operators. Attendees will be given all training material which includes course binder, workbook, digital data, and hands-on lab work.

The course begins at 8:30 AM and ends at 5:00 PM and is held in the M&M Systems offices located in Ormond Beach, Florida. Classes and pricing are available for groups/corporate attendees.

Class sizes are limited and include lunch for attendees. Attendees are responsible for travel and lodging.

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M&M Refrigeration

In June of 2010 we became a wholly owned division of M&M Refrigeration, Inc., a provider of industrial refrigeration equipment and controls.

M&M Refrigeration was founded in 1969 with corporate headquarters in Federalsburg, MD and offers a complete selection of screw compressor and reciprocating compressor packages, pressure vessels, chiller packages, skid mounted refrigeration systems, microprocessor equipment controllers, and system controls. M&M Refrigeration is also the industry leader in the design, manufacturing, installation, control, and servicing of CO2/NH3 Cascade Systems.