Telematic Controls Receives CRN for Flange Sensor Designs

March 12, 2014

Telematic Controls is a well-respected firm with ties to all aspects of switches and process controls for over four decades. A recent addition to the product line is the flanged sensor.

Calgary, AB (PRWEB) March 12, 2014

Telematic Controls, home of Kayden Instruments, is pleased to announce that Kayden Instruments has obtained Canadian Registration Number (CRN) for flange sensor designs and flow switches. The expectation is that by the end of 2014 the firm will have obtained the CRN for all other provinces and territories.

Technical Manager, Ted Hanes, who has been with Telematic Controls Inc for 8 years says, "With addition of the registration of the flange sensors we are now able to provide our customers with a greater level of product diversity for their applications. The CRN registration of the flange design means that the flanged sensor can now be installed into all of the Local Pressure Vessel Safety Authorities' jurisdictions."

He continues, "If you are in a territory or province that the registration is still pending, the Kayden threaded sensors have country wide registration. Telematic flow switches are precision instruments, designed and manufactured internally by Kayden, a production company owned and operated by Telematic Controls Ltd. They are an invaluable part of any control and safety system when specific and precise interface conditions in your process media are required."

Telematic is a recognized distributor of various products for the benefit of the process control industry. The focus of the firm focuses on what can be done to improve customer services interaction. Fulfilling identified needs allows for being an agent in the future of the industry. The products provided through Telematic are utilized in applications such pipelines, mining, water and wastewater, global oil and gas, manufacturing, pulp and paper, power, chemical, transportation, food, pharmaceuticals and plastics.

Learn more about the product line sold through Telematic Controls by visiting the web pages at https://www.telematic.com/Flow-Switches-C15135.aspx or https://www.telematic.com/Kayden-M5.aspx today. Members of the press and individuals who have additional questions about the information contained in this press release are urged to contact Troy Waddel at the location provided below.

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