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Manufacturer Spotlight: Partlow West Corporation

January 25, 2013

partlow image MMControlWe at M&M Control proudly represent the best manufacturers of valves and instrumentation available, while also ensuring the best prices and service.  In this post, we’d like to focus on one of our leading manufacturers, the Partlow West Corporation.  Founded in 1921, originally manufacturing temperature controls and gas valves, today Partlow is an ISO certified company manufacturing exceptional controls, controllers, and recorders.

Partlow’s products serve an almost limitless number of applications and many varied industries: Gas fired ovens, burner systems, asphalt equipment, food and dairy, petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, pulp and paper, refineries, and so much more.  Their products come in two divisions—mechanical and electronic recorders and controllers.  They have temperature controls, high limit devices, and recording controllers.

Their electronic controls, used with gas, oil, steam, or water, utilizing state of the art technology when coupled with sensors are capable of measuring a wide variety of variables such as temperature, pressure, level, flow, humidity, capacitance, speed, pH, distance or more.

Partlow offers many recorders that come with a range of features, including multiple pen, multiple input, multiple recording, and paperless.  One of their most exciting new products is the Data View, an electronic paperless recorder that is at the cutting edge of technology, and as a new generation recorder, beats all others of its kind.  It is extremely user-friendly, can be set up with complete ease, comes on a flexible platform, and is very affordable.  This recorder features a numerical display, graphical display, event report, historical display, multiple inputs (three or six channels), and a five color HMI front screen.

We confidently offer Partlow’s products, knowing that our customers will find them to be of the highest quality.  You can view them all on our website.

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