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Electro Industries Expanding on Long Island, NY


Westbury, NY (Wednesday, April 15, 2015) – Electro Industries / GaugeTech (EIG) is expanding its manufacturing facility. Located in Westbury, NY, the company is building more lines to keep up with demand for its very popular Shark and Nexus products. Celebrating its fortieth year in business, EIG is one of Long Island, NY’s most prestigious manufacturers, producing state-of-the-art power and energy metering equipment and energy management software that is used by governments, military, utilities, industry, healthcare facilities, universities, and commercial buildings the world over.

The expansion of its Westbury, NY manufacturing facility will allow EIG to increase its production capability and to offer more jobs to our Long Island community. EIG plans to have the new facility up and running within the next three months.

April 15, 2015

Quality is our Most Important Company Goal

Electro Industries believes that quality is our MOST IMPORTANT company goal. To achieve that goal, we provide a multipoint approach to quality. EIG uses advanced standards, from the purchasing of components to the final shipping of products, to insure that our instruments are free from defects when shipped and operate for many years in service. We provide factory tours and have been know to impress people quite often.

In-Process Environmental Testing and 100% Inspection

EIG meters utilize brand-name, industrial temperature components. They receive 100% component insertion inspection, automated computer controlled testing, temperature deviation-based accelerated life burn-in testing and extensive 2.5 KV dielectric testing. We strive to achieve low failure rates by using comprehensive quality-based design and manufacturing techniques. We test extensively so that users can be confident that when they receive and EIG meter, it is one of the best in the industry.

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