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Brooks Instrument acquires Key Instruments

14 April 2009 | By Jon Haines | News > Critical Components

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Key Instruments office in TrevoseBrooks Instrument, a flow measurement and control instrument provider, has acquired Key Instruments, Inc., a company which offers precision machined acrylic flow meters, molded plastic flow meters, glass tube flow meters, electronic flow meters for medical, industrial, water, chemical and laboratory applications.  The Key Instruments name will remain, as well as the facility in Trevose, Pennsylvania.  The deal’s terms were not made public.

CEO of Brooks Instrument, Jim Dale said, "Our companies are an excellent strategic fit.  Key Instruments offers an entirely complementary product line and broadens our reach in the low flow market place."

President of Key Instruments, Don Frick added, "This is an exciting time for Key Instruments.  By combining forces with Brooks Instrument, the Key Instruments brand will be positioned to better serve the competitive global environment."

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