We specialize in designing, building and installing electrical control systems, PLC programming and HMI programming.
IQ Corporation (IQC) headquarters, is located in Walnut, CA – 20 miles east of Los Angeles. Our talented experienced team of engineers is anxious to meet with you to discuss your project and provide to you unsurpassed confidence in realizing your goals. Our project methodology results in a superior “turnover” documentation package that allows our customers to take full ownership of the system. In addition we strive to train all our customers to have a complete understanding of the system capabilities available to them.
IQ Corporation's (IQC) unique, deterministic sequence state methodology divides a complex control task up into multiple interlocking smaller tasks that together obtain the desired system results.
Utilizing this methodology helps develop a thorough understanding of what needs to be accomplished while giving the customer the ability to review the system design with high granularity.
We strive to develop intelligent solutions that reduce cognitive load from process operators, which is promoted by our hands-on approach to all tasks.View Works
We specialize in automation engineering and provide engineering design and software solutions to manufacturing companies located throughout the United States.
Designs big and small, from automating an entire plant facility to designing a single pc computer
We build and install custom panels and enclosures and can even 3D print and prototype
We design and integrate electrical panels and systems
Automated and paperless reports are the new standard to avoid critical errors
Extensive coding knowledge gives us great resources and flexability
We can troubleshoot and fix other peoples errors
We are compliant with strict pharmaceutical regulations and current good manufacturing practices
We offer group and individual training for our systems along with arc flash safety training
"A great leader never sets himself above his followers except in carrying responsibilities" -Jules Ormont
Ken SultanyCEO, Sr. Automation Engineer
"Ask not what you can do for your country, ask what's for lunch"
Paul VenturaSr. Automation Engineer
"Something happens to a man when he puts on a necktie, it cuts off all the oxygen to his brain"
John FerrerSr. Automation Engineer
“To invent, you need a good imagination and a pile of junk” –Thomas Edison
Ross HironakaSr. Automation Engineer
"Hard work has a future payoff, laziness pays off now."
Jeff MaynardSr. Automation Engineer
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Dan OnAutomation Engineer
"Try restarting the computer..."
Carmelo EstradaAutomation Engineer
"The last person who touched it, owns it"
Gia VuAutomation Engineer
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Zack FenslerAutomation Engineer
"The length of a progress report is inversely proportional to the amount of progress."
Vince De JesusAutomation Engineer
Jason RiveraAutomation Engineer
"Why doesn't glue stick to the bottle?"
Jay GreciaAutomation Engineer
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Jesus ReynagaAutomation Engineer
"That sounds like a job for someone who knows what they are doing..."
Andrew CunninghamAutomation Engineer
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Eric AndradeFinancial Engineer
"Safety is number one priority"
Jason WongSafety Engineer
"Anything worth doing, is worth doing right!"
Matt BooneAutomation Technician
"Why doesn't Tarzan have a beard?"
Cale BooneAutomation Technician
"The machines have no brain, use your own"
Brian HalliburtonAutomation Technician
James FerrerAutomation Engineer
Ben Lopez Jr.Automation Engineer
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Greg PirchSr. Automation Engineer