PennAir Automation

We exist to help people in manufacturing with automation.

About PennAir Automation

Improving Safety, Quality, & Accuracy

PennAir Automation is a team of collaborative engineers and product specialists ready to design and implement systems to help you: reduce energy consumption, minimize material costs, save time, and improve quality, and accuracy…in other words, KICK@$. 

We utilize industry-leading suppliers to address our customers’ continuous improvement requirements.

PennAir Automation is proud to serve the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States: Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, West Virginia, and Virginia.

Where is Your Pain Point?

PennAir Automation becomes an extension of your company, assisting you regardless of where you are in your automation journey. From content and proposal to design and install, we help with any phase of the automaton process for both large and small manufacturers. 

The Automation Advantage

Ignite industrial transformation with fully automated systems

Give Employees a
Greater Purpose


Overcome Labor

Improve Product


Ensure Safety
of Your Workforce

Industrial Automation Provider

We specialize in the latest automation technologies keeping your company ahead of the competition. From component selection, engineering services and assembly, we’re here to help.

Our team helps identify and evaluate components to find the right ones for your project. After the right components are selected, we ensure a seamless integration and installation process. 

We work closely with you to determine performance requirements – providing you with an efficient motion control system that will meet your expectations.

We will evaluate the needs of your company and assist in selection of a robotic system to perform essential automated tasks making the production process faster and more efficient.

UL508A is a safety standard that applies to industrial control panels. It covers industrial control and related devices rated 600 volts or less used for starting, stopping, regulating, controlling or protecting electric motors.​

Talk With Jim Williams

Automation Division Manager

Whether you have questions about products, services, a demo, or facility tour, our team is ready to help.

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