Milestones

ANDERSON-NEGELE provides application specific hygienic sensor solutions and support for safe processing in the fluid Food and Life Sciences markets.

2016

Anderson-Negele turned a new chapter when it integrated in to Fortive from Danaher as part of Sensing Technologies business segment. Fortive which holds a strong heritage of a globally renowned brand called Danaher is now all set to strengthen and innovate our portfolio further...*To know more*

2014

Global unification of the brand is now complete with the Introduction of Anderson-Negele to the North American market.

2012

Anderson-Negele establishes a full-coverage service network with 3 sales and service offices for a fast and reliable service on the Indian subcontinent.

2011

Global Launch of the "Anderson-Negele" brand - after the confraternity with the sister-company Anderson Instrument Company in 2004 we changed our appearance to show the strong partnership between our two companies to our customers.

2010

Sales and service office opens in Shanghai, China in order to better serve Anderson and Negele customers in Asia.

2008

Launch of next generation capacitive limit indicators (NCS/LS), as well as upgraded Digital Temperature gauges (FH, FJ).

2005

Both companies begin cross-selling targeted products that add value to their respective product lines. Potentiometric level added to Anderson catalogue, Hydrostatic level added to Negele.

2004

NEGELE joins the DANAHER group of companies, an international technology concern headquartered in the USA. Together with the Anderson Instrument Co. (USA), Negele Messtechnik GmbH forms a strategic alliance with extreme focus on hygienic fluid processing applications.

Anderson’s Milestones

2003

Anderson Acquires Accurate Metering, adding Flow technologies that round out a complete sensor offering for our customers.

1994-
2000

Introduction of Life Sciences –series products, catalog, and distribution channels; Development of application-specific sensors for all sanitary fluid process markets.

1993

Acquired by Danaher Corporation, a company focused on continuous improvement and operational excellence.

1980's

First electronic level transmitter for inventory monitoring in dairy and beverage plants; Electronic Pasteurization Controls and Digital Reference Thermometers for Grade A dairy plants.

1979

Anderson acquires Robertshaw, Fulton-Sylphon div. Adds recorders and controllers to the line.

1950's

Company designs new sanitary thermometers and pressure gauges, superior to the ones being repaired. Focus on Dairy and Food industries develops.

1930-
1940's

Frank Anderson, jeweler and clock repair expert, bankrupt in the Great Depression, begins repairing mechanical chart recorders in Buffalo, NY. Business relocates to Fultonville, NY. Expands repair focus to include pressure and temperature indicators.

Negele’s Milestones

2003

NEGELE enters the field of flow measurement with a new development.

1999

The beginning of a success story! NEGELE is the first vendor on the market to introduce a capacitive limit indicator for hygienic applications.

1995

The headquarters building is enlarged, doubling the size of the production floor.

1992

Helmut Negele sells the company to an international group of investors. The company focuses more strongly on the development of sensors for hygienic applications in the food industry. In the mid-90s, NEGELE begins to steadily expands its product spectrum of temperature sensors and limit indicators to include level, turbidity and conductivity measurement equipment.

1986

Construction of the new company headquarters at Egg an der Günz in southern Germany.

1985

NEGELE is the first company to introduce a non-elastomer process adaptation with a sealing cone for hygienic applications. This adaptation system will go on to set new standards under the name of CLEANadapt.

1980 -
1985

Continuous expansion of the production of switch cabinet electronics and digital indicators. First in-house development of conductive limit switches and devices.

1978

Helmut Negele establishes the company as a one-man operation for the made-to-order instrumentation and control components for special applications.