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TSI Announces Acquisition of Noise, Environmental, and Heat Stress Monitoring Products from 3M


2018-02-06

TSI Incorporated announced that it has acquired certain 3M Personal Safety Division offerings primarily focused on noise, environmental, and heat stress monitoring. TSI also acquired 3M's Oconomowoc, Wisconsin facility where these products are manufactured.   

"We are excited about adding noise, environmental, and heat stress monitoring capabilities to our portfolio. These products, which include noise indicators, noise dosimeters, sound level meters, heat stress monitors, and indoor air quality monitors, are a natural fit with our Health and Safety Product line that already includes industry leading PortaCount® Fit Testers and DustTrak™ Monitors," said Tom Kennedy, President of TSI. "This acquisition is an example of our ongoing efforts to enhance the value TSI provides to our customers."

Approximately 35 3M employees joined TSI in conjunction with the acquisition.

TSI and 3M have also entered an agreement for transition services and plan to complete the transition of operations to TSI by mid-2018.

About TSI Incorporated

TSI Incorporated serves a global market by investigating, identifying and solving measurement problems. As an industry leader in the design and production of precision instruments, TSI partners with research institutions and customers around the world to set the standard for measurements relating to aerosol science, air flow, health and safety, indoor air quality, fluid dynamics and biohazard detection. With headquarters based in Shoreview, MN, U.S.A. and field offices throughout Europe and Asia, TSI has established a worldwide presence in the markets we serve. Every day, our dedicated employees turn research into reality. 

For more information on TSI Incorporated, visit our website:  www.tsi.com,  check out our page on Facebook:  www.facebook.com/TSIIncorporated,  or follow us on Twitter: www.twitter.com/TSIIncorporated.

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