Admesy offers a broad range of test and measurement instruments focused on colour and light measurements in inline production process environments. All products are developed and produced in-house based on a long history of inline testing.
We provide our customers with innovative T&M solutions tailored for colour and light measurement in production processes.
Our products are innovative, compact, fast, user-friendly and robust.
Our measurement devices are developed for industrial use and combine high speed accurate measurement with a robust device with a low maintenance need. Our wide product range offers a solution for almost any measurement question.
Admesy was founded in 2006 in the Netherlands but has quickly grown into an international company serving customers all over the world from its headquarters near Maastricht, The Netherlands. Since 2013 Admesy opened an office near Seoul in Korea to quickly assist our many Asian customers.
For more information about Admesy or our products please feel free to contact us.
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