OUR TEAM & OUR CONTROL SOLUTIONS
Built Beyond Expectations
We manufacture custom control panels out of our two UL panel shops in California and Nevada. Both UL 508A and 698A certified panels are available to meet regulatory and hazardous requirements.
Over the course of our 90+ years in business, we have built alliances with some of the industry’s leading manufacturers. These relationships allow us to stay on the leading edge of technology while still offering competitive prices and unmatched customer support. Our focus is on product quality, so our technical personnel rely on industry standards and best practices through every phase of the process, from system design to start-up.
We are a full service control panel provider. Our engineers will design, engineer, assemble, wire, quality test, and start-up your panel to meet your exact specifications. We have built thousands of panels for hundreds of applications including; PLC based control systems, HMI operator panels, VFD and motor control centers (MCC’s), pump panels, temperature control panels, burner management, cooler system control, operator consoles, and wireless control.
ENGINEERED CONTROL SYSTEMS
Our Engineered Products are panels that have been designed and perfected over the years to be sold as an “out of the box” solution to common control applications. These panels are built and tested using the same care put into custom control solutions but you have the benefit of lower engineering costs and a field tested solution!
Our Engineered Products are panels that have been designed and perfected over the years to be sold as an “out of the box” solution to common control applications. These panels are built and tested using the same care put into custom control solutions, but you have the benefit of lower engineering costs and a field tested solution!
WHITE PAPER: GOING BEYOND UL508A FOR SAFETY
This white paper covers how the standard that supplements UL 508A for ICPs relating to hazardous locations, known as UL 698A, builds on the safety standards laid out in UL 508A. The paper also highlights the design and assembly considerations for developing a panel that must follow UL 698A as well as how to find the best partner to help you develop an ICP that will achieve your required UL rating.