IRISS to expand in Bradenton

January 9, 2014 

BRADENTON -- IRISS, which specializes in electrical maintenance safety devices, has acquired New Jersey-based Delta T Engineering, a 25 year-old privately held company, which it plans to move to Bradenton.

Delta T Engineering predominately develops a wireless monitoring system designed to detect temperature increases and prevent electrical equipment failures within electrical enclosures caused by poor connections and overloaded circuits.

As part of IRISS's plans to move the company to its headquarters in Bradenton, it will hire new engineers and assemblers locally to accommodate additional product offering.

"Delta T's online monitoring system will join our family of EMSDs which currently includes infrared windows, ultrasound ports, and external voltage detection ports," Martin Robinson, CEO of IRISS Group.

The Delta T technology effectively tracks electrical system temperatures and sends that data back to a computer hub for analysis and trending. If a critical issue arises, workers will know about it in time to take the appropriate corrective action, before costly damage occurs. Maintenance personnel, electricians and facility occupants will have an enormous safety advantage if warned, prior to any type of scheduled routine maintenance or troubleshooting of possible electrical anomalies prior to accessing electrical.

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