At Process Insights, we have undoubtedly touched your life in some way through science and innovation. Our global companies focus on process monitoring, analytics, control, and safety applications around the globe.
Our premium brands are used across a wide range of applications and end-markets to ensure safe operations, increase product quality, and attain increasingly higher levels of efficiency and throughput in process industries.
Sensors, monitors, detectors, analyzers, instrumentation and software used in these applications are mission-critical to continually improve quality, reduce disruptions, downtime, and lost productivity, all the while managing increasing regulatory complexity and operating costs in industrial processes. For decades, our companies pride themselves on their deep application knowledge to meet customer requirements and their breadth of technologies, test requirements, and served end-markets.
Alpha Omega Instruments provides high precision process measurement and analysis with market leading trace and percent oxygen analyzers and transmitters, safety monitors (oxygen deficiency and carbon dioxide) carbon dioxide analyzers, and moisture monitors.
ATOM Instrument manufactures laboratory and online elemental analyzers for total sulfur-nitrogen applications in liquids, solids and gases, providing practical and innovative measurement solutions. Their total sulfur analysis is based on Excimer UV Fluorescence technology, a patented and proprietary technology.
Founded in 1964 and based in Pittsburgh, PA, Extrel is a leading manufacturer of research and process mass spectrometers, residual gas analyzers, systems and components based on quadrupole mass spectrometry technology.
MBW Calibration is recognized internationally as a developer and supplier of high-quality chilled mirror dew point hygrometers used in a variety of humidity calibration, measurement and gas quality applications. MBW is the leading provider of SF6 gas quality analyzers based uniquely on chilled mirror technology.
Tiger Optics leads in trace gas analyzers, as well as atmospheric and cleanroom monitors that incorporate the powerful Cavity Ring-Down Spectroscopy (CRDS) technology.