Kaye announces partnership with Alpha Controls
The Kaye product range, to be distributed by Alpha Controls, is used by pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies to validate and monitor critical sterilization processes as required by governing regulatory bodies.
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MARKHAM — On Jul. 7, Kaye announced that it is launching a new distribution partnership with Alpha Controls & Instrumentation to expand their geographical footprint. Alpha Controls is a Canadian supplier of measuring, sensing, and controlling instruments.
“We are extremely excited to initiate this distribution partnership with Alpha Controls,” says Rob Yaffe, America Sales Leader. “Kaye has been the industry standard for more than 60 years and with this partnership, we’ll be adding an additional sales channel to better serve our customers in Canada.”
The Kaye product range, to be distributed by Alpha Controls, is used by pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies to validate and monitor critical sterilization processes as required by governing regulatory bodies. For applications from thermal process validation and environmental monitoring to sensor calibration, Kaye technology has provided accurate and user-friendly measuring systems.
The Kaye product range is designed to meet demanding industrial requirements for process improvement, thermal validation and reporting. Specializing in providing turnkey system solutions and supporting them with unmatched technical service, they offer wired systems, wireless systems, RF-based real-time systems, temperature standards, baths, thermocouples and fittings, all designed to provide accurate process measurements.
David Sand, President of Alpha Controls adds “Our customers have always relied on Alpha Controls to provide first-class technology from the world’s leading manufacturers. Kaye history speaks for itself. They have been at the forefront of product development for decades. We are thrilled and honoured to add such a prestigious brand to our product offering.”