COVID-19 Update | June 15, 2020

Dear Valued Customer, The impact of COVID-19 continues to evolve. I’m writing to provide an update on the steps taken to insure the health and safety of employees, customers, supply chain partners, and our community. SENSIT’s internal COVID-19 Task Force meets periodically to review the latest developments, facts, and data. The team recommends courses of action and makes decisions, as …

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SENSIT Technologies Announces Acquisition by Halma | Feb 3, 2020

Valparaiso, Indiana – SENSIT Technologies, with headquarters in Valparaiso, Indiana, announced today that the company has been acquired by Halma, a UK based company. SENSIT Technologies designs, manufactures and services a complete line of gas leak detection instruments serving Natural Gas, Fire Service and Industrial markets. Halma (LON:HLMA) was named one of Britain’s most admired companies in 2019 and is …

New Regional Sales Manager for Northeast US

SENSIT Technologies is pleased to announce the addition of Dan Rosinski to the North American Sales Team. Dan’s primary responsibility will be sales to the Gas Utility market in the Northeast US. Dan brings to SENSIT a wealth of sales experience in the Energy sector. Prior to joining SENSIT, Dan was the National Sales Manager with Georg Fischer Central Plastics. …

Product Launch: Air Quality Monitoring Stations

Today we celebrate the availability of two new products! SENSIT® RAMP is a real-time air monitoring and pollution data management platform. Designed for the research community, regulatory agencies, environmental compliance and industrial applications, SENSIT® RAMP is capable of monitoring up to five gaseous chemical pollutants, temperature, humidity, particulate matter, and meteorological conditions. Responsive imageDr. Jacob Melby (left) and Dr. Jason …

SENSIT Technologies Developers Win EPA Wildland Fire Sensors Challenge

Sensor developers Jason Gu and Bryan Tomko of SenSevere and SENSIT Technologies along with R. Subramanian of Carnegie Mellon University, received the first place award for the EPA Wildland Fire Sensors Challenge. EPA and partners presented awards to the winners at the Air Sensors International Conference on Sept. 12, 2018, in Oakland, California. About the Challenge: In 2017, EPA and …