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RAM Optical

It's our philosophy and mission to make inspection and measurement tools that you want to use. We focus on the user experience and strive to make advanced technology as easy to use as possible. RAM Optical systems are specially designed so that anyone in the manufacturing process can use them - from design engineering, to fabrication, to assembly, to final inspection - with minimal training required.

Micro-Vu Corporation

Micro-Vu Corporation manufactures precision measuring systems for a wide range of inspection and quality control applications. These range from low cost optical comparators to high end automated vision measuring systems. We offer the widest range of measuring products at some of the most affordable prices. We have established a reputation for reliability and customer service. This is made possible by intelligent engineering and manufacturing.

Consolidated Devices, Inc. (CDI)

Consolidated Devices, Inc. (CDI) offers the industry's most comprehensive line of mechanical and electronic torque wrenches, torque testers, torque multipliers, transducers, and related options and accessories. For over 30 years we have supplied our quality torque products to the automotive, nuclear and industrial markets throughout the world.

Fluke Corporation

Fluke Corporation is the world leader in the manufacture, distribution 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.

Thread Check

Thread Check, Inc. is a designer and manufacturer of high quality gauging and inspection equipment. As a dynamic full service gage company, we provide a complete line of thread gages, thread inspection equipment, custom gages, cylindrical plug and ring gages, spline gages, patented 3 wire thread measuring systems, API thread gages, precision hand tools, measuring instruments, power driven thread gages, hardness testing equipment, calibration equipment, and ISO 17025 registered calibration services.


Triplett designs, manufactures and markets electronic & electrical test equipment, and panel instrumentation including analog, solid state, optical, locking coil and magnetic contact meter relay controllers, pyrometers, bargraphs, a line of LAN Testers, Telecommunication Testers, Railroad Testers, Digital Multimeters, Analog Volt/Ohms/Milliamps Testers, and the New revolutionary VisualEYEzer utilizing Digital "Heads-Up Display" technology.

WIKA Instrument Corporation

WIKA Instrument Corporation is the United States subsidiary of the world's leading manufacturer of pressure and temperature instrumentation. We offer a full line of mechanical and electronic pressure instruments, temperature instruments and chemical diaphragm seals.


Dillon has been supplying Force and Torque measurement equipment for over sixty years. Where applicable, products comply with EU legislation on EMC (Electromagnetic Compatibility) and carry the CE mark. We have designed this website to provide basic information on our range of products and services.


Chatillon offers the most comprehensive line of test stands and gauges on the market. Whatever your force testing needs, Chatillon has a quality precision force measurement instrument that you can depend on to get the job done.

PIE Calibrators

PIE Calibrators manufactures a line of single function and multifunction handheld calibrators with I & E and Maintenance Technicians in mind. They are all designed and built to be compact, rugged and extremely reliable and all come with a simple, intuitive and easy to use interface. PIE Calibrators also offers patented diagnostic features that help detect and troubleshoot hidden loop problems such as faulty wires, flooded conduit and ground fault errors.

RKC Instrument

RKC is a worldwide manufacturer of multi-loop and single loop PID temperature controllers, process controllers, indicators, control systems and level meters as well as temperature sensors, humidity sensors, level sensors, pressure transducers and recorders. RKC supplies products to a wide range of markets such as semiconductor, plastics, extrusion molding, injection molding, scientific, food industries and heat treat industry or thermal process.


At Yokogawa Meters & Instruments Division, we offer a broad range of portable test equipment and panel mounted instruments to fulfill numerous short-term or continuous measurement application requirements.

U.S. Gauge

Today's U.S. Gauge is uniquely positioned to meet the challenges of industry with a full range of mechanical and electronic products, value-added customer benefits, and a worldwide distribution and support network ready to assist you with your specific needs.

SUN-TEC Corporation and Clark Instrument

SUN-TEC Corporation and Clark Instrument handles all "Rockwell," portable "Rockwell," and Vickers and Knoop (micro and macro) hardness testing.


As industry moves more in the direction of computer-aided manufacturing, Fowler continues to introduce important new tools designed to lead the way in inspection and measuring. Familiar items—including calipers, micrometers, indicators, height gages and bore gages — have been redesigned and now feature state of the art electronics to ensure compatibility with the latest in computer integrated manufacturing and statistical process control (SPC).


For over 35 years Mitutoyo and Mitutoyo America Corporation have been building a sales and support network in the United States that is second to none. From product sales to application and engineering support to calibration and repair, there is an Mitutoyo America Corporation point of presence to offer you assistance.

Wilson Instruments

No matter what type of hardness tester you need, you can depend upon Wilson Instruments for the most complete line of quality hardness testing equipment to solve any application problem. For over 75 years, the Wilson name has stood for quality in hardness testing.

Certified Comparator Products

Certified Comparator Products provides a full range of optical comparator, profile projector, and shadowgraph solutions from a 14" benchtop to a 30" side-screen comparator. Our optical comparators combine rugged design, superb software, and cutting edge technologies to help you control the quality of your manufacturing.


Manufacturer of dimensional measuring equipment including calipers, micrometers and other hand tools, dial and digital indicators and gages. Products include dimensional standards, gage calibration systems, and more.

Phase II

Founded in 1981 with emphasis on providing the highest quality products, Phase II has established a world-class reputation for quality and service. We take pride in offering more than just a product. We have "In House" Application Specialists who can guide you through product selection and maintenance. They are fully trained and qualified to give whatever technical support is needed. We also maintain a full range of replacement parts for our products.

PTC Instruments

A division of Pacific Transducer Corp the leading manufacturer of Durometers and Surface Thermometers in the world. Our factory and calibration lab is located in Los Angeles, California where PTC® has been manufacturing quality test instruments since 1946.

King Testers Corp



Founded in 1995, INSIZE is a dedicated supplier of measuring tools and testing instruments. To enable us to serve the world-wide market, we have begun to set up an INSIZE distribution network on a global basis, so that, wherever you are, INSIZE products with service and support are not far away.


Starrett, founded in 1880, manufactures more than 5,000 variations of Precision Tools, Gages, Measuring Instruments and Saw Blades for industrial, professional and consumer markets worldwide. Starrett, a leader who has set the standard for fine precision tools inindustry for 126 years, has rightfully earned the title, "World's Greatest Toolmakers".

Swiss Precision Instruments, Inc.

For nearly 50 years, Swiss Precision Instruments, Inc. has continuously introduced exciting new products to the metalworking industry. Since 1956 the SPI family of products has always offered customers Quality, Value and fast Delivery. Today the tradition continues.

Brown & Sharpe

Brown & Sharpe, the leading producer of coordinate measuring systems with world headquarters in North Kingstown, RI, serves the measurement needs of industrial companies around the globe.


Comprehensive selection of standard chamfer, countersink and hole gages. Simple, economical and easy-to-use. Accurate and repeatable. Unconditionally guaranteed. All American made. 320+ standard models.

S-T Industries

S-T Industries manufactures optical comparators and video inspection systems. We also carry a complete line of precision measuring tools, including micrometers, calipers, dial indicators & electronic tools. See our online catalog.

Dyer Gage

Dyer Company is a technical leader in precision bore gages, ID/OD Groove gages, min-wall / thickness gages and special application gages.

Dorsey Metrology International

For over 50 years Dorsey Metrology International has been manufacturing and selling precision measuring equipment such as dial indicators, bore gages, large diameter gages and snap gages, just to name a few. Our ultra high amplification dial indicators offer unmatched accuracy and repeatability.

WESTport Corporation

WESTport Corporation was established in 1978. Our goal is to provide manufacturing companies worldwide with the highest quality precision gages at the lowest prices, guaranteed on-time delivery and total customer satisfaction. Our success in this endeavor is evident by the customers we serve and their recommendations.

Vermont Gage

Vermont Gage for gages and Metrology technical information. Plugs pins rings threads english & metric gages, gage sets & libraries, go nogo assemblies, trilocks taperlocks & masters, calibrations & certifications.

Pennoyer-Dodge Company

When you buy from Pennoyer-Dodge Company you're buying proven quality and reliabililty. Our knowledgeable sales and engineering staff offer expert phone service in sales and technical information. We invite you to phone our Toll Free Number and let our staff assist you with your gaging requirements. 1-800-736-4243

Meyer Gage Co.

The policy of Meyer Gage Co. is to ensure complete customer satisfaction through on-time delivery of defect-free products and services. Meyer Gage Co. quality systems shall insure that all products and services provided to our customers meet or exceed all requirements or expectations.

Heraeus Electro-Nite

Heraeus Electro-Nite has been at the forefront of sensor development, constantly expanding and improving the range of measurements available, resulting in today's sophisticated, reliable and easy to use disposable and non-disposable probes and associated instrumentation.

Pyromation, Inc

U.S. manufactured temperature sensors, components and complete assemblies combined with express delivery, personal service, calibration/testing and application expertise – all under one roof.

LH Marshall

Fast, acurate, low cost, temperature probes for: Molten brass, aluminum, copper and other non-ferrous metals. L.H. Marshall has constantly improved and refined the original enclosed top thermocouple, so that today it's unsurpassed for accurate and reliable temperature readings.

Rice Lake

Rice Lake Weighing Systems is an international leader in the manufacture and distribution of weight-related products and process-control equipment. Within this ISO 9001 registered company, progressive new technologies merge with the wisdom of industry experience and create the future of weighing through cutting-edge research and design.

The use of gauging and gauge products has continued to be a growth area in the manufacturing sector of our economy. Fox Valley Metrology's knowledge of gauge calibration, calibration procedures, standards, requirements and gauge management have earned us a reputation as an industry leader in the United States.

Industrial distribution in the United States is going through an alteration driven by manufacturing's desire to reduce cost. The number of vendors allowed by many major manufacturers has been cut drastically. Integrated supply contracts have become a standard operating procedure for many manufacturing companies. Some distributors have attempted to support such contracts on their own, only the largest have had limited success. Many independent distributors have merged, formed buying groups, or in the case of the less fortunate, closed their doors.

Because of the highly technical nature of metrology, these trends have, for the most part, not included most of the metrology products. Where they have, the "industrial distributor" looks for help in supplying these products. Without the technical where-with-all to support such products, industrial distributors turn to specialty houses such as Fox Valley Metrology to satisfy those requirements.

Fox Valley Metrology works to develop alliances with other distributors that do not employ the necessary technical staff to sell and support these products but wish to participate in the metrology related fields either because of their desire to do so or because they are requested to do so by their customer. By creating these alliances the number of sales people that solicit business for our services are multiplied many folds.

The Fox Valley Metrology group gains a share of the metrology market based on the following competencies, strategies and competitive advantages:

  • By employing personnel of the highest ability, training them in the field of expertise in which they are employed.
  • Comprehensive understanding of the industry in which we compete.
  • Comprehensive market research, analysis and coverage accomplished by utilizing the talents within the organization.
  • From conducting independent studies of the market trends.
  • The creation of a facility conducive to conducting business in a proper environment.
  • The understanding and utilization of the "complete" sales process.
  • Establishment of strategic "partnerships" both with suppliers and customers.
  • Continued education of all staff members.
  • Constant evaluation of status.
  • Continued indentification of new opportunities.

  • Corporate Office
  • 3114 Medalist Drive
  • Oshkosh, WI 54902
  • P# (920) 426-5894
  • F# (920) 426-8120
  • Northern Office
  • 303 Polk Parkway
  • St. Croix Falls, WI 54024
  • P# (715) 483-5334
  • F# (715) 483-5345
  • Southern Office
  • 308 Axminister Drive
  • Fenton, MO 63026
  • P# (636) 326-1601
  • F# (636) 326-9601