Steven Engineering is a provider of contract manufacturing services, including rapid prototyping, mechanical and electronic assembly, labeling and marking, and engraving of electronics components and housings. The company was founded in 1975, in South San Francisco, California, United States.
The company is interested in manufacturing and distributing industrial controls and components, automation, pneumatics, and electrical components. The company carries inventory of class products from various manufacturers including Acme Electric, Advantech Automation, Animatics, AttaBox, Baldor, Bussman by Eaton, CATRAC, Custom Connector, Data Instruments, Emerson Process Management, Erico, Federal Signal, Fortress Interlocks, GO Switch, Hobbs, Integra Enclosures, Jefferson Enclosures, KB Electronics, LEESON Electric, Lutze, Macron Dynamics, Magnum, Meltic, Mencom, N-Tron, and others.
Some of the products that the company is known for producing include AC motor systems, actuators, aftercoolers, air cleaning equipment, air dryers, air flow sensors, amplifiers, bearings, brake motors, CAM switches, CAM timers, circuit breakers, and more.
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Steven Engineering's Corporate Profile
- ElectronicsElectrical circuits that involve active electrical components
- Batch productionBatch production is a manufacturing process characterized by the parallel fabrication and assembly of multiple copies of the same product wherein all steps of the process must be completed before producing the next lot can be made.
- ManufacturingNAICS industry sector 31-33 - establishments engaged in the mechanical, physical, or chemical transformation of materials, substances, or components into new products.
- DistributionThe process of making a product available for purchase in a market. The distribution process involves the transportation, packaging, and delivery of products.
- AutomationUse of various control systems for operating equipment