weber Sensors, Inc.
Founded in the 1950s, weber Sensors initiated many "firsts" in advanced industrial sensing: * First flow sensing technology (flow-captor and vent-captor) based on the Calorimetric Principle. * First static heat radiation switches without moving parts designed for rolling mills. * First Hot Metal Detector two-wire electronic AC switch * First inductive, electronic, two-wire proximity AC switch (weber's founder, Gunther Weber, is recognized as the father of the proximity switch). Please feel free to contact us for information about our products and services. We know you'll discover you can apply, install and set up captor Products trouble-free and easily.

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4462 Bretton Court
Bldg. 1 Ste. 7
Acworth, GA 30101
United States
Phone: 770-592-6630
Fax: 770-592-6640

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