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Brooks Instrument Completes Acquisition of Celerity’s Instrumentation Division

25 June 2009 | By Rebecca Butcher | News >

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Brooks Instrument LogoBrooks Instrument, provider of flow measurement and control devices and level gauges, announced that it has acquired certain assets of Celerity's Instrumentation division. This includes products such as their GF Series thermal mass flow controller and centres in both Allen, TX and Irvine, CA, as well as other sales and service locations throughout the world.

"With this acquisition, we strengthen our share in the thermal mass flow instrumentation market and establish an entry point with attractive product technology in vacuum and pressure measurement markets.” said Jim Dale, CEO of Brooks Instrument. “Celerity's strong semiconductor market position together with Brooks' strong industrial market position will create the number one thermal mass flow supplier in the world."

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