Alignment Supplies has been a provider of Machinery Laser Alignment and Measurement Equipment for almost 30 years.  This experience in distribution, sales,and customer service, along with Reliability Concept’s expertise in the full spectrum of predictive technologies. and broader product line offering will provide customers with a complete resource for all of their Predictive, Corrective, and Preventive Maintenance needs.

With this acquisition, Alignment Supplies, Inc. will now be offering the Hamar Laser Instrument Stealth SeriesTM line of Laser Shaft Alignment systems.  With nearly 50-years in the precision laser measurement and alignment industry, Hamar products are revered for their superior specifications, ease of use, 5-year warranty, lifetime support, and budget conscious pricing. Stealth SeriesTM shaft alignment systems offer a full suite of features and capabilities to meet the most demanding of alignment scenarios.

Alignment Supplies, Inc.  has officially become the US Maser Distributor for the innovative B.A.T. Belt Alignment Tool®.  With national reach, the collective effort of our merged resources will broadcast the proven concept of the fast, Dual-Cross Firing Laser technology, which slashes belt alignment time by 75% and eliminates errors inherent with single laser and puck target systems.

The merging of Reliability Concepts and Alignment Supplies, Inc. will inherently result in the offering of a full line of quality products, service, and support, serving the entire reliability industry.

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