Fluke Corp. integrating Raytek, Ircon and Datapaq product lines into new brand Fluke Process Instruments

Aug. 31, 2015
Raytek, Ircon, and Datapaq branded products include a complete line of rugged infrared sensors, line scanners, thermal imagers and temperature profiling systems.

Fluke Corp. is integrating its Raytek, Ircon, and Datapaq product lines into a new brand: Fluke Process Instruments. All three companies have previously been part of the Fluke Corporation portfolio.

“Fluke Process Instruments combines more than 125 years of experience in pioneering new technologies into one integrated company,” said Fluke Process Instruments General Manager Ankush Malhotra. “By joining the three companies under a single brand, we can improve our communications and accelerate our product innovation. We are proud of the legacy these brands bring and will continue to grow them as Fluke Process Instruments.”

Raytek, Ircon, and Datapaq branded products include a complete line of rugged infrared sensors, line scanners, thermal imagers and temperature profiling systems for use in harsh, high-temperature industrial manufacturing environments.

The company has launched a new website, www.flukeprocessinstruments.com, and will operate all related global activities under the new corporate name.

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