Istec International will bring more than 35 years of experience to customers of Meggitt’s Wilcoxon Research piezoelectric accelerometers, velocity sensors, cables, mounting accessories, vibration alarms, vibration transmitters, 4-20 mA vibration sensors and hazardous area sensors.  In addition to sales assistance, Istec International can benefit Meggitt customers by providing service such as data collection and analysis, as well as turn-key installation.  Istec International also sells Meggitt’s Vibro-Meter product line of turbomachinery sensors and equipment for total machinery protection, condition and performance monitoring.  “Their long history of industry experience and familiarity with other Meggitt lines will make it very easy for Istec to begin working with customers immediately,” said Blake Bower, International Sales Manager for the Wilcoxon Research product line.

The Wilcoxon Research product line from Meggitt includes vibration monitoring products for industrial predictive maintenance applications and condition monitoring of fans, motors, pumps, blowers, compressors, chillers, gearboxes, and mixers, to significantly reduce failure rates in the field.  Istec International will serve customers in industries such as pulp and paper, nuclear power, power generation, petrochemical, oil and gas, food and beverage, chemical processing, pharmaceuticals, railway, steel making, and wastewater treatment plants.

To learn more about Istec International BV, go to www.istec.nl, or email Mail@istec.nl . To learn more about Meggitt’s Wilcoxon Research product line of accelerometers, vibration alarms and accessories, visit www.wilcoxon.com, call 800-WILCOXON, or email wilcoxon@meggitt.com.

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