Curtiss-Wright Flow Control provides state-of-the-art electronic components, systems and software to the U.S. military. Curtiss-Wright Flow Control systems are used in Navy propulsion systems for both submarines and aircraft carriers.
In 1954 Peerless
Instrument began as a service provider
to the U.S. Navy's Propulsion Program. Within the
military and process industries, Peerless provides embedded
systems, ship systems and integration, valve controls,
meters and a complete list of services. In addition, Peerless
has evolved into an innovative electronics design and manufacturing
Instrument provides instrumentation, valve actuators,
valve and heater controls, calorimetric instrumentation,
digital signal processor cards, digital and numeric readout meters,
response time test instrumentation, plant control equipment,
Central Office Terminal (COT) power supply units and Automated Chemistry Analysis Systems.
Engineering and support services include embedded
system design, shipboard automation and valve networking, microprocessor,
FPGA, and analog design, system Integration, software design
and qualification, and factory acceptance testing.
Curtiss-Wright serves some of the world's
most demanding military and commercial clients, delivering major
technological advantages that exceed specified performance levels,
while always setting the benchmark for excellence. Discover more about Peerless Instrument.