Dwyer Instruments Inc.
Dwyer Instruments Inc., founded in 1931, manufactures a broad range of competitively priced, quality precision instruments for measuring, transmitting, and controlling pressure, temperature, level, and flow. Many of these instruments are widely known by their individual brand names, such as Magnehelic® and Spirahelic® pressure gages, Photohelic® switch/gages, Rate-Master®, Mini-Master® and Visi-Float® Flowmeters, Slack-Tube® and Flex-Tube® manometers, and Dwyer® pressure switches. Divisions of Dwyer Instruments are Mercoid, W. E. Anderson, Proximity Controls and Love Controls.

Address

102 Indiana Hwy 212
P. O. Box 373
Michigan City, IN 46361
United States
Toll-free: 800-872-9141
Phone: 219-879-8000
Fax: 219-872-9057

Product Categories

Controllers, Pump; Controllers, Temperature; Flowmeters; Meters, Flow; Instrumentation

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