Gems Sensors - PRODUCT NEWS
Gems Sensors announces acquisition of Setra Systems Inc.

Connecticut-based fluid sensor manufacturer, Gems Sensors Inc.,
announced today the acquisition of Setra Systems, Inc., Boxborough,
Mass., designers and manufacturers of capacitance pressure
transducers and related devices.

Setra's manufacturing and complete service operations will remain
as a separate entity in Boxborough, Mass.

"Setra will be a great addition to the Gems family given its solid
positioning and strong reputation with customers in key served
markets," said Steve Breitzka, President, Gems Sensors.
"Setra's capacitance technology product platform and low pressure
focus make it a natural complement to Gems' transducer product line.
This acquisition greatly enhances our collective ability to meet both the
needs of target markets as well as the general OEM and end-user
markets we presently serve."

A leader in the fluid sensor industry, Gems Sensors designs, manufactures,
and markets the industry's largest selection of liquid level, flow, and
pressure sensors and controls available from one source. Gems has
become a preferred supplier to thousands of companies because of
its innovative approach to sensor design, applications, and problem
solving directed toward meeting customer-specific needs.

For product information contact Gems Sensors Inc., One Cowles Road,
Plainville, CT 06062. Phone: 800-378-1600 or 860-747-3000.
Or visit us online at

Founded in 1967, Setra Systems is a leading designer and manufacturer
of weight, pressure, and acceleration sensing devices based on innovative
and patented variable capacitance sensing technology. Setra products
are known worldwide for their simplicity of design, high accuracy, and
exceptional long-term stability. In addition to its headquarters in Boxborough,
Mass., USA, Setra has additional manufacturing operations in China.
 For information on Setra products call 800-257-3872 or visit Setra
online at

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