Able Instruments & Controls Limited was founded in 1985 with the vision of providing instrumentation and control solutions for both process and research industries by applying the most suitable available technology for any given application.
Through having access to a comprehensive range of instrument technologies, from the traditional to the very latest, and having our package procurement team, Able can offer the best available solution to meet the demands of the measurement regardless of manufacturer. More importantly, our customers do not have to compare dissimilar products and work out the benefits and pitfalls for themselves.
Our application engineers cover disciplines including level, flow, temperature, pressure, density, humidity, moisture, gas analysis and liquid analysis.
Our association with virtually all major companies within the control and instrumentation industry allows us, without prejudice, to also supply equipment from outside our standard scope of supply.
Detailed knowledge of the instrumentation / process control market and the purchasing power accumulated via package procurement contracts, allows Able to be extremely competitive under any circumstance.
Whilst we have a nationwide network of sales and support offices, our manufacture, calibration and repair facilities are located in the South East of the UK in Reading, Berkshire.
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