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VPInstruments celebrates 20 years of energy management solutions

Throughout the past 20 years, VPInstruments has developed innovative products for many industrial markets including automotive and glass manufacturing.

Since 1999, VPInstruments has developed, manufactured and supplied flow meters and energy management equipment. This year, it celebrates its 20 years anniversary. Throughout these 20 years, VPInstruments has developed innovative products for easy insight into energy flows of compressed air and technical gasses, serving many industrial markets, including, automotive and glass manufacturing.

VPInstruments was founded in 1999, however, the flow sensor technology itself dates back to 1974 when Anton van Putten, father of our founder Pascal van Putten, pioneered the development of the MEMS flow sensor technology. This technology has become the mother of all CMOS flow sensors and its revolutionary design can still be found in many other flow sensors around the world.

Years of further development led to the founding of VPInstruments. The first steps caught the attention of the compressed air industry and together with a leading compressor manufacturer, it developed the first insertion flowmeter for compressed air audits, the VPFlowMate®. A few years later it released the VPFlowScope®; one flow meter measuring flow, pressure, and temperature simultaneously in one product. The VPVision monitoring software was the first energy management software dedicated for compressed air systems. And more recently the launch of the VPFlowScope M. Today, the highly motivated team of VPInstruments is still developing new products.

VPInstruments products are recommended by leading energy professionals worldwide and offer the most complete measurement solution for compressed air flow, gas flow and electric energy consumption. Its monitoring software VPVision can be used for all utilities and enables you to see where, when and how much you can save. VPInstruments products can be found worldwide and serve all industrial markets, for example, automotive and glass manufacturing.


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