NORBAR – England
NORBAR is the world''''s leading torque specialist with one of the most modern and largest factories devoted exclusively to the design, development and production of torque tightening and measuring equipment.
Norbar is the only torque equipment manufacturer to be able to offer torque tool and instrument calibration & recalibration services to the original factory standard on four continents. The NATA accredited laboratory in Adelaide, South Australia and NVLAP accredited laboratory in Willoughby, Ohio, USA use the same equipment and procedures as the factory''''s UKAS accredited laboratory. The new SAC-SINGLAS laboratory in Singapore now has the same facilities for Asian customers.
FLUKE – U.S.A
FLUKE Corporation is the world leader in the manufacture, reseller and service of electronic test tools and software. Since its founding in 1948, Fluke has helped define and grow a unique technology market, providing testing and troubleshooting capabilities that have grown to mission-critical status in manufacturing and service industries. From industrial electronic installation, maintenance and service, to precision measurement and quality control, Fluke tools help keep business and industry around the globe up and running. The Fluke brand has a reputation for portability, ruggedness, safety, ease of use, and rigid standards of quality.
MITUTOYO - Japan
Today the MITUTOYO group is – based on their roots in Japan – operating in nearly 40 countries all over the world. There are more than 100 branch offices and national reseller networks, 65 M3; Solution Centers, 16 production plants, 8 research and development laboratories, 12 metrological institutes, as well as 20 calibration laboratories. Additionally, there are Mitutoyo representations in round about 60 more states.Mitutoyo develops and produces coordinate measuring machines, vision measuring systems, surface-, form and contour measuring systems, Linear Scales, optical measuring instruments, Laser Scan Micrometer, hardness testers, and small tools. These products are manufactured in 10 Japanese production sites and in plants in Germany, The Netherlands, Brazil, Mexico, United States, and China.