More than 60 Years in Fluidic Systems
The Gems Sensors & Controls was founded in 1955 when the company founder, Edward H. Moore, developed a level indicator in his basement and patented in 1959. Along with an associate, Gordon Seigle, he established the Gems Company, deriving the name from the initials of the founders. First commercial success came from a bilge switch for the small boating industry. The rapid acceptance of Gems’ products for marine and industrial applications led to a continual expansion of facilities and staff – from a 6,500 square-foot building to a facility of 60,000 square foot in Plainville, Connecticut, USA. Today, Gems Sensors & Controls has manufacturing facilities in North America, Europe, and Asia and supports sales, engineering and service offices around the world. As a division of the Fortive Corporation, a fortune 500 company with a presence around the globe, Gems has the resources to support your design and manufacturing requirements anywhere you call home.
Precisely Designed and Manufactured
Today, Gems designs and manufactures a broad portfolio of liquid level, flow switches, and pressure switches, sensors and transducers, miniature solenoid valves, and pre-assembled fluidic systems. Decades of application engineering experience gives them the ability to rapidly prototype, build and deliver components rapidly and precisely for your critical requirements. Each fluidic component and sub-assembly is designed and 100% pre-tested for specific applications from liquid to pneumatic, cryogenic to high temperature or vacuum to high-pressure systems. These precision designed and manufactured products support a variety of industries, such as food & beverage, HVAC, marine, medical, oil & gas, power generation, printing, process, renewable energy, semiconductor, transportation, and wastewater.
Heitek Automation is your premier source for Gems. Since partnering in 2004, Heitek has worked with Gems to develop custom solutions and enhance standard products for our customers. We can provide you with the expertise and resources you need to optimize your fluidic systems.