SELLA CONTROLS is pleased to announce the signing of a Systems Integration Partner agreement with Gantner Instruments GmbH
SELLA CONTROLS is pleased to announce the signing of a Systems Integration Partner agreement with Gantner Instruments GmbH.
Systems Integration and Functional Safety specialist SELLA CONTROLS is pleased to announce that it has been appointed as a System Integration partner for Gantner Instruments, test, measurement and data acquisition products and solutions.
Gantner Instruments has World Wide reputation within the automotive, aerospace, energy and process industries for providing test, measurement, data acquisition products and systems that require precision, high measurement speeds, robust reliability, together with scalable, open architecture and communication interfaces, providing value to the user and also well supported engineering resources to the designers and implementers.
Rob Stockham, Managing Director of GI Systems Ltd, Gantner’s principal UK Sales representative commented: ”Having known and worked with SELLA CONTROLS in various forms for more than 30 years, they exemplify engineering competence and integrity in the design and delivery of monitoring, control, and safety systems to the most demanding industries.
We have already recently worked successfully together on one project, where Gantner Instruments expertise and product offering met the demanding requirements for vibration, thermal and process measurements were delivered, together within an integrated system platform, including bulk data processing and visualisation and logging software. Now we look forward to offering more test, measurement and condition monitoring solutions for customers in SELLA CONTROLS key industrial sectors of Process, Oil & Gas, Energy, Steel, Rail.”
Eddy Turnock, Group Sales Director for SELLA CONTROLS comments: “To be appointed as a Systems Integration Partner with Gantner Instruments is great news for Sella Controls and continues the close relationship between the businesses as we look to explore new and existing industries together.”