Gems Sensors & Controls

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Gems Sensors & Controls Inc.
Type Private
Industry Manufacturing
Founded 1955
Headquarters Plainville, Connecticut
Key people Anne De Greef-Safft, President[1]
Products Level Sensors, Pressure Sensors, Indicators
Employees 200-500
Parent Danaher Corporation NYSEDHR
S&P 500 Component
Website http://www.gemssensors.com

The Gems Sensors and Controls is a global manufacturer of application engineered sensors. Founded in 1955, it has over 50 years[2] of experience in designing and manufacturing of level, pressure and flow sensors for use in a wide range of fluids across industry.

Gems Sensors operates is a division of Danaher Corporation, a fortune 500[3] company with a presence around the world. The company provides manufacturing services in North America, Europe, and Asia. It also has sales, engineering, and service offices in different parts of the world.

History[edit]

Founded by Edward Moore & Gordon Seigle along with an associate, Gems Sensors & Controls (Gems) has been operational since 1955[4] and is based in Plainville, Connecticut, USA. Gems Sensors received its first commercial acclaim for a bilge switch developed for the small boating industry.

Products[edit]

Gems Sensors Inc. designs and manufactures liquid level, flow switches and pressure switches, miniature solenoid valves, and pre-assembled fluidic systems. The company is also into manufacturing customized level sensors, pressure sensors, proximity switches, solenoid valves, fluidic systems, flow sensors, and Warrick controls.[5] It offers its products to different markets like alternative energy, semiconductor manufacturing, process tank gauging, waste water procession and other marine and industrial applications.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Anne De Greef-Safft Profile - Zoominfo". Zoominfo. Retrieved 30 July 2013. 
  2. ^ "Yahoo Marketplace - Gems Sensors". Yahoo Market Place. Retrieved 26 June 2013. 
  3. ^ "List of Fortune 500 Companies - CNN Money". CNN Money. Retrieved 26 June 2013. 
  4. ^ "Edward H. Moore". Legacy. 3 June 2004. Retrieved 26 June 2013. 
  5. ^ "Gems Sensors - Google Finance". Google Finance. Retrieved 26 June 2013. 

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