November 1, 2016
Industrial Physics, a leader in package and product integrity test instrumentation and services has purchased TM Electronics, a company that specializes in leak detection equipment to improve quality and productivity in the medical device, consumer electronics, and food markets. TM Electronics branded products are now part of Industrial Physics's Product Integrity segment, which, along with Systech Illinois and OxySense and PetroSense products, offers a complete portfolio of solutions to customers measuring the strength and durability of critically sealed packaging to confirm package integrity and shelf life.
"TM Electronics breadth of products coupled with its history of technological innovation makes TME a company with tremendous growth potential," said Doug Lindemann, president of Product Integrity. "With the addition of TME, Industrial Physics bolsters its position as a leading provider of material and physical property testing instrumentation for the packaging, paper, films, plastics and product-testing markets."
“To join the Industrial Physics family makes us incredibly eager about the future,” said Steve Franks, former owner of TM Electronics. “We fit well within the overall Industrial Physics platform and feel confident that we will be able to contribute to its growth in a meaningful way.”
About TM Electronics
TM Electronics manufactures automated, high technology leak testers, leak and flow testers and package testers. High resolution, repeatable, and downloadable, TM’s test systems span the range of leak and package testing needs for medical device, plastic, food, pharmaceutical and automotive industries. The company is committed to meeting the quality requirements of customers and is poised to continue to aid manufacturers in meeting the test method standards and regulations developing across the world.
About Industrial Physics
Industrial Physics, a leader in package and product integrity test equipment, is trusted by millions of customers worldwide to meet rigid quality, safety and regulatory requirements. Its family of brands includes leading technologies used by manufacturers in the following industries: food and beverage; pharmaceutical; medical device; electronics; automotive and aerospace; pulp, paper and packaging; plastics and polymers; construction and civil engineering; inks, paints and coatings; and films, adhesives and flexible packaging. Industrial Physics is a portfolio company of Union Park Capital, a private-equity firm that specializes in industrial technology investments.
Chanel Benoit for Industrial Physics