05/23/2012 | Editor: Marcel Dröttboom
Kistler Sensors is changing its company name to Strain Systems Inc. Though the name change is effective immediately, the full transition is expected to take several months. The company willcontinue to operate in its current structure, without interruption, with all products, and services intact.
Kistler Sensors was established to commercialise the strain-measurement instrument sensor StrainCell, invented by longtime instrument inventor Walter Kistler, who is still involved with Strain Systems as inventor and chief technologist.
“Our near-term focus continues to be silo inventory management,” said Yilmaz, President of Strain Systems. “We are dedicated to being the industry leader in accurate, reliable, nonintrusive weight and level measurement solutions for bulk storage customers.”
Strain Systems offers silo inventory management using bolton strain-measurement sensors. Straincell sensors install with a single screw and provide fully temperature-compensated, highly accurate, nonintrusive, continuous weight and level measurement of bulk storage materials. Measurement readings are viewable onsite or anywhere in the world via Internet-enabled intelligent electronics.The company’s new website is http://www.strainsystems.com, though kistlersensors.com will continue in service through 2012. Likewise, former email addresses using kistlersensors.com will continue to be operational, though new email addresses for company personnel are being implemented (email@example.com).
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