Control Instruments Corp.
Control Instruments Corporation has become a member of the Gravure Association of America (GAA).
Join Control Instruments Corp. Wednesday 9/10 @ 2pm (EDT) as we discuss how to lower energy consumption & costs while increasing production rates.
On March 5, 2014, Jeff Sampson, Control Instruments Corporation Executive Client Relations Manager, presented the first annual Control Instruments Excellence in Safety award to Tim Salaba, Division Engineering Manager for 3M.
Control Instruments presents the following companies with the 2014 Safety Award for High Excellence, for leading the way in demonstrating outstanding efforts made towards the safety and sustainability of their manufacturing facilities.
This year we will be presenting at the 2013 National Coil Coating Association (NCCA) Fall technical meeting, September 24-26 at the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront Hotel in Maryland.
On May 29th - 31st we will be presenting at the FMA Annual Progressive Energy, Environment and Sustainability Summit.
Control Instruments Corporation has become a member of the Flexographic Technical Association (FTA).
Control Instruments’ Products do more than keep your facility and employees safe, installation can help with rising fuel and energy costs, while complying with the necessary codes & regulations.
Control Instruments Corporation’s CalorVal BTU Analyzer has received both FM and ATEX approvals worldwide.
Control Instruments has volunteered to become an Ally organization in the Department of Energy's Save Energy Now Program.
This page provides information on how Control Instruments products can help customers reduce energy costs.
The US Department of Energy recognizes that LFL monitoring equipment can improve the efficiency of the solvent removal process and significantly lower process energy requirements.
The AcuPro is an industrial strength analyzer with a complete sampling system, heated optical cell, and integrated controller for continuous measurement of flammable and combustible gases and vapors.
Pharmaceutical facilities use a variety of hazardous gases and solvents in their production processes. Whenever these substances are transported, processed or stored, the potential risks are high for hazardous conditions.
A new section has been added that focuses on the various applications and industries served. Links are provided for educational and product information that will assist the customer in making the appropriate decision for their application.
With all the potential sources for leaks and spills in chemical plants it is essential to have a continuous hazard monitoring system in place.
Excellent for large and small gas detection applications. One SmartMaxII monitors and controls up to 4 senosrs. Available for combustible, toxic and oxygen monitoring.
New application note explains how continuously monitoring for flammable gases and vapors is the only certain way to guard against the hazards found in the environment of the waste stream.