Kinemetrics Inc. is a leader in the earthquake instrumentation industry. For over thirty years, the company has been creating products for monitoring bridges, dams, structures, seismic arrays and networks, as well as systems for the nuclear power industry. With a reputation for high-quality products and superior reliability Kinemetrics pays careful attention to customer service and satisfaction.
Kinemetrics, with its corporate office in California and its additional sales, services and repair office in Switzerland, has a solid reputation for producing unique, high quality instruments. Over 45 reliable representatives and a full-service department dedicated to fulfilling maintenance contracts, installations, training and support serve customers throughout the world.
Since the transfer of ownership to Oyo Corporation of Japan in 1991, Kinemetrics also has developed into the undisputed world leader for cutting-edge seismic instrumentation. With the 1999 acquisition of Quanterra Inc. of Harvard, Massachusetts, the company continues with its strategic plan of creating a new generation of very broadband seismic instrumentation and network solutions. Through cooperative efforts with each other and with other strategic partnerships, the two organizations successfully designed, delivered, installed and now maintain national seismic networks and observatories in such diverse areas as the Middle East, South America and Asia.
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