TEGAM Announces New Partnership with AEROTECS in the EU

GENEVA, OH -- TEGAM, Inc. is pleased to announce the addition of AEROTECS as its distributor for aerospace testing products in the European Union. TEGAM's line of bond meters is complemented by AEROTECS' focused line of products and services solely for the aerospace market.

According to AEROTECS' CEO, Luc Stultjens, "All our manufacturers are international market leaders with many years of experience and proven reliability. As a distributor of a number of quality niche products, AEROTECS can provide the ideal customized solution for any aircraft manufacturer or repair service provider. Partnering with TEGAM allows us to provide leading position bond meters to our clients, including an intrinsically safe bond meter that is ATEX and C-UL-US certified."

"AEROTECS' mission has always been to exceed our customer's expectations by providing them with the most advanced Test and Measurement tools," he added. "This new partnership assists in delivering on that commitment."

Headquartered just east of Cleveland, OH, TEGAM, Inc. specializes in the design, manufacture and support of a wide variety of test, measurement and calibration instruments. TEGAM is the worldwide leading manufacturer of RF power sensor calibration systems, for commercial and military applications. Founded in 1979, TEGAM has developed a wide variety of measurement instrumentation and markets its products around the world through a network of technical representatives and distributors in more than 40 countries. TEGAM is internationally recognized for its offering of RF power sensor calibration systems, RF attenuation measurement systems, AC ratio standards and microohmmeters. In addition, the company's supplies LCR meters, arbitrary waveform generators, high-voltage amplifiers, MEMS engine driver systems, handheld thermometers, humidity meters and other test and measurement solutions. TEGAM has recently introduced several new products, including the R1L-E2A Intrinsically Safe Microohmmeter (C-UL-US, ATEX), and the R1L-BR1 Microohmeter and Bond Tester Kit.

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