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About Stacon

In 1974, STA-CON started building high quality, custom control systems by hand. Today, that’s exactly what we still do. And while our control systems, our technologies and our techniques have advanced tremendously over the years, our commitment to quality, safety, innovation, value and customer satisfaction have remained the same.

Stacon control systems are all built in-house from start to finish using only the highest quality components and superior hand craftsmanship. We don’t believe in mechanical assembly lines. We don’t believe in cutting corners. Never have. Never will. Maintaining these high standards has earned us our industry leader status, but more importantly it has earned us the trust, respect and business of our customers.

We got our start building controls for the Water/Waste Water Industry, but our reputation for delivering reliable, dependable and high-quality products has brought our controls systems to the forefront in many other industries across the globe. Some of our system designs utilized in various industries include:

  • Crane control systems
  • Multiple, constant speed pump systems
  • Combination variable speed & constant speed pumps
Industrial Instrumentation and Automation

  • Hydro-pneumatic control systems
  • Conveyor control systems
  • Tandem pumping systems
  • D.C. alarms systems
  • Aquatic fountains
  • Water systems for the entertainment industry
  • Oil separator systems
  • Chemical injector pump systems
  • Spray irrigation

STA-CON is a Schneider Electric Alliance Registered member and a UL Listed shop for 508A and 698A.

STA-CON HAS BEEN IN BUSINESS FOR MORE THAN 50 YEARS, developing, designing, manufacturing and delivering reliable control systems at competitive prices.

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