This year marks Peak Sensors 20th year of temperature sensor manufacture. Here we look at what’s happened in the last 20 years of trading.
Peak Sensors beginnings
In 2002 peak sensors celebrates five years of successful trading after moving and expanding premises to increase manufacturing capacity by 6 times and adding in-house engineering capabilities
Peak Sensors also gains ISO 9001 quality approval to meet the demands of its ever-increasing customer base.
2007 marks ten years of successful trading. The variety and complexity of products made and projects completed increases. Peak Sensors was chosen to develop new temperature sensor technology for BP for the petrochemical industry.
Quality and stability
In 2008 Peak Sensors moves into brand new premises at The Bridge Business Centre which again doubles sensor manufacturing capacity. Surviving the challenges from the financial crash, Peak Sensors started to diversify the markets it operated in. Suppling temperature sensors to a wide range of increasing markets such as waste to energy and environmental monitoring.
In 2010 we hire our apprentice George and seven years on he’s still with us becoming an indispensable member of the team.
In 2011 Peak Sensors secures its largest ever single order of over £100,000 with this record being broken in 2015 with an order worth over £150,000.
We invested in a laser welder in 2016 to speed up operations, provide better quality products and it also enables us to weld very long mineral insulated temperature sensors.
In 2017 Peter Smith moved to a consultant role and Roshan Aucklah becomes our new MD to head up further growth and development.
Temperature Sensor Manufacture Today
Peak Sensors continues to go from strength to strength with an ever increasing and diverse customer base. If you require temperature sensors please contact us with your requirements.