Since it's founding in 1969, Mensor Corporation has been dedicated to the design and manufacture of the finest high accuracy pressure measuring and calibration/controlling instruments and test systems available. Through the years, Mensor has developed an international reputation for quality products and service in the precision pressure instrumentation market.
Mensor is located in San Marcos, Texas, between Austin and San Antonio in central Texas. The 26,000 sq. ft. facility includes all manufacturing, engineering, accounting and sales departments.
A continuous investment in R&D keeps Mensor's products on the leading edge in precision instruments and automatic pressure test and calibration equipment. We are constantly improving our manufacturing methods and processes to assure the highest quality products and service available.
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