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Various Technologies Inc. Custom Control Panels

ms23230a.jpg (30481 bytes)    Various Technologies Inc. offers an extensive line of Custom Control Panels.  We can build everything from basic junction boxes and alarm panels up to full blown motor starter and neutralization panels.  Not to mention the fact that Various Technologies Inc. is a UL Listed Manufacturer of Custom Control Panels*.ap11120a.jpg (26259 bytes)


    These panels are ideally utilized with other Various Technologies Inc. products, such as level controls and pump stations, to provide you a complete systems package.   Warranted by one manufacturer, VTI.   But, Various Technologies Inc. can also meet your stand-alone application needs as well.  Please contact us for further details


Materials of Construction

These Various Technologies Inc. Control Panels are built to your custom specifications.  Utilizing the best materials and components for construction, these panel offer the following options.


  • Epoxy Coated Steel Nema 4
  • Copper Free Aluminum Nema 7 (Explosion Proof)
  • In just about any size required

Motor Starters

  • Motors up to 150HP
  • 120Vac 1 phase up to 460Vac 3 phase
  • Most U.S. and European voltages available
  • Panel and/or independent motor disconnects


  • Komand-O-Lottm Control Center
  • Automated Pump Sequencing
  • Intrinsically Safe Controls for Class 1 Div. 2 applications
  • Low Voltage Control Signals
  • Manual Pump Controls (H-O-A)
  • Emergency Stop Functions including local and remote interlocks


  • Visual Lights/Strobes
  • Audible Horns with Silence
  • High and/or Low Level
  • Containment Sensing
  • Thermal Overload
  • Lag Pump

Most other functions are available upon request!

* Note:  If a requested custom panel component is not UL Listed, Various Technologies Inc. can not issue a UL approval label to the control panel.

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