When the Medical Device industry was faced with either finding new ways to produce its equipment or leaving medical professionals without the life-saving devices they required, several key OEMs turned to Whitman Controls’ Strategic Instrumentation Sourcing practices for answers.
Industrial manufacturers – along with the distributors and resellers that service them – are currently in the midst of a market transformation involving product availability, price stability, and access to reliable support. When a new standard is required, Whitman Controls delivers.
With the onset of the COVID-19 Pandemic, Whitman Controls and its team of engineers collaborated with product development and design company Nectar to introduce a low-cost ventilator technology to underprivileged regions who desperately needed critical solutions.
In the mining industry, aftermarket process improvements are essential to enhance hydraulic equipment functionality. To guarantee proper pre-fill and optimize accumulator efficiency, a client partnered with Whitman Controls to design a highly customized fitting to ensure safety, reliability, and cost effectiveness. The client’s lead project engineer, collaborated directly with Michael and Whitman’s engineering team. In under 5 weeks, the team designed, fabricated, and delivered a prototype for testing. The Whitman switch exceeded the client’s expectations, and came in over 35% below their previous supplier’s offering.
Pressure switches are rugged, reliable devices used to sense pressure changes in electromechanical systems that can activate/deactivate electrical circuits when a pre-determined pressure set point is reached. This functionality makes pressure switches especially useful in many automated systems, adding an additional level of safety and control without the need for costly computing systems.
Selecting a pressure switch that is well suited for a particular application is a multi-faceted process. The trick is to know what questions to ask to optimize your application.
William Brame and brother Ramsey Brame and have acquired Whitman Controls from their father and longtime Whitman President, J. Yancey “Yank” Brame
Not only is Whitman a proudly American made and American owned small business, but it has recently transitioned ownership to a United States Service-Disabled Veteran.