CorDEX Instruments Appoints New US Sales Manager
MIDDLESBROUGH, England, March 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ –
CorDEX Instruments [http://www.cordexinstruments.com ] has appointed a new US sales
manager to North America following strong sales growth.
Scott Lang joined CorDEX from Fluke Corporation where he worked as Western Region
Thermography and Infrared Windows Territory Manager.
Based in Charlotte, North Carolina, Mr Lang will front the promotion and sale of
CorDEX’s intrinsically safe and explosion-proof equipment which has been designed for use
in the global oil and gas industry.
CorDEX Instruments Chief Executive, Tony Holliday, said: “The United States is a key
market for the company where we are experiencing significant interest in our intrinsically
safe products. Scott has considerable experience and knowledge of the industry as well as
an extensive network of contacts which will help us drive forward our growth strategy in
After graduating from the University of Central Florida with a degree in Mechanical
Engineering in 1995, Mr Lang worked for Lockheed-Martin as a systems engineer on NASA’s
Space shuttle at Kennedy Space Center.
He left the space programme in 1996 to help start Oceana Sensor Technologies which
focused on vibration monitoring and analysis. He then spent five years from 2003 to 2008
working in the residential construction field before joining infrared window manufacturer
Hawk-IR which was purchased by Fluke in 2009.
Mr Lang said: “CorDEX Instruments has a growing reputation across the United States
and there is an increasing demand for the company’s cutting-edge technology as firms seek
to enhance their monitoring and maintenance of assets and pipelines. North America
represents a significant market for the company and we hope to build upon strong sales in
CorDEX has developed technologies ideally suited to the hazardous environments of the
oil and gas sector. The company’s intrinsically safe and explosion-proof equipment
eliminates the need for shutdown or hot work permits in Non Destructive Testing (NDT) and
The UK company will showcase its ground-breaking products at the Offshore Technology
Conference in Houston this spring, including the UT5000 Intrinsically Safe Thickness Gauge
UT5000. The portable device does not need a ‘hot work’ permit and has the ability to
rapidly measure metal thickness to establish the extent of corrosion and is combined with
intelligent data tracking which, for the first time, provides the ability to build a
predictive maintenance program to improve safety.
CorDEX Instruments is a leading manufacturer of intrinsically safe and non destructive
testing products for the oil and gas industry and has a network of distributers across the
United States of America, South America, Europe and the Middle East. For more information,
SOURCE CorDEX Instruments