Founded in 1992, Analytical Process Systems, Inc. (APS) is a single source solutions provider for mobile and stationary source emissions and specialty testing equipment, control system integration, and facility safety systems. Acquired by senior management members of Kundinger Fluid Power in 1997, APS is now affiliated with Kundinger Controls, an instrumentation and controls distributor; Kundinger Fluid Power, a fluid power components distributor; SEECO Division, a manufacturer's representative for instrumentation and controls; and Hydra-Tech Systems, a manufacturer of custom hydraulic power units.
Primarily serving the automotive, engine, and research and development markets; APS has developed solutions for manufacturers, tier suppliers, regulatory agencies, and independent laboratories. Following a vision of innovation, quality, and service first; APS strives to manufacture and integrate "Best in Class" products or services, which provide our customers competitive advantage.
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