Kulite Semiconductor Products, Inc. is a leading name in the transducer industry on a world wide level. Kulite is the first name in pressure transducers for scientists and engineers working at the cutting edge of research and design in their fields. Kulite has attained this high stature and recognition under the direction and guidance of its founder, Dr. Anthony David Kurtz. Since founding Kulite in 1959, Dr. Kurtz has been personally involved in working out creative and original solutions to the pressure measurement needs of his customers.
Over the last forty-six years, Dr. Kurtz has assembled around him a team of talented engineers and scientists.Together, they have developed an un-paralleled body of knowledge gained from meeting these challenges. They have also developed one breakthrough after another in the technologies underlying these pressure transducers. For more information on some of these developments, visit the section of this site titled reference library. The fruits of their continuous research and development can be seen in the more than 150 patents which bear the name of Dr. Kurtz, his staff and his colleagues from the world of research.
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