Staiger GmbH & Co KG
Staiger GmbH & Co KG

Solenoid Valves, Valve Electronics and Fluidic Manifolds Made in Germany !

Welcome at Staiger! 

Since 40 years we develop and produce innovative solenoid valves and valve manifolds according to customer requirements here in Germany.

From one single piece, over serial production up to mass production we also create all necessary manufacturing and testing devices in house. This unique know how enables us to develop cost efficient high-tech solutions, which create a real competitive advantage for our customers.

It is therefore no coincidence that our customers are global market leaders of the industries Medical Technology, Automotive, Industrial, Pneumatics, Aeronautics and last but not least Drinking Water.

You should also take advantage of our innovative power and know how – come on and contact us today !


Staiger News

F-Cell-Award 2015 for our client ElringKlinger (16-04-13)

We congratulate our client ElringKlinger on winning the F-Cell-Award 2015. In this fuel cell system rapidly switching Staiger valves perform different tasks.


Staiger introduces new µProp® product line on Compamed 2015 (15-11-03)

As a specialist for customized valves, especially in medical engineering, we introduce  this year the new proportional valves line Spider µProp® on Compamed in Düsseldorf  from 16t ...

Medtec France 2015 (15-06-02)

Staiger will exhibit on Medtec France 2015 in Besançon from 10th to 11th of June. Medtec France brings together medical device companies an advanced technology providers to discuss an share ...

Article about Staiger micro-proportional valves in MED engineering (15-05-20)

In the current issue 5-6/2015 of MED engineering, Staiger’s micro-proportional valves are presented in a technical report.  Besides the operation of proportional valves and their use in d ...

Staiger at Hannover Messe 2015 (15-04-22)

From 13th to 17th of April 2015 we presented at the Hannover Messe our latest products and valve solutions. More than 6,500 companies from 70 countries exhibited to more than 220,000 visitor ...