Founded in 1986 in Grand Island, New York, GP:50 is an ISO9001 certified leading designer and manufacturer of reliable and accurate pressure sensing. A unique core competency of the company is its capability to customize specialty pressure sensors in both small and large volumes within relatively short lead times.
Let’s take customer service a step further. Let’s assist our customers by accurately and insightfully helping them identify what they need or want, even when they don’t yet know what that is. And while we’re at it, let’s make every effort to respond to customer inquiries within 24 hours – or maybe even – the same business day, if possible. We’ll call it – Customer Responsiveness.
Identifying the right product for your specific application needs and responding quickly to your inquiries is something we’ve been doing all along. Because at GP:50, we believe our reliable and accurate pressure sensing instruments should be matched with reliable and accurate customer service.
Oh, and if the right product for your application needs doesn’t exist? Well then, we might just have to custom design that for you. Contact one of our customer service reps to find out what we can do for you today!
Welcome to the New GP:50 NY Ltd. Website! We’re excited to introduce you to our new website! We’ve updated and streamlined the content, improved the layout and navigation, placed key information at the forefront, added how-to articles and videos along with Flipbooks of our catalog and brochures, not to mention a new and improved search … Continue reading “New Year, New Website”
GRAND ISLAND, New York, USA; October 17, 2017— GP:50 NY Ltd introduces its new Model 243/343, both a pressure and temperature transducer. Its compact design reduces I/O and insertion points where size and weight are considerations. Applications include vehicle, engine and transmission oil monitoring, oil rig topside controls, automotive test stands, process skids, medical equipment, … Continue reading “GP:50 Releases Dual Pressure & Temperature Transducer”