The company’s focus has been on energy conservation since it was founded as Conservation Devices by Roger Dennison, an energy consultant. Roger saw a need for an easily-installed flowmeter to track air usage in compressed-air systems and in 2002, the company introduced the CDI 5200 series of flowmeters.
The company now employs eleven people at its facility in Woburn, Massachusetts, and its flowmeters are used in thousands of facilities around the world. The product line has expanded to cover all pipe sizes commonly used for compressed air. Recent additions include meters for installation under pressure and meters with built-in wireless networking capability.
Recognizing the grave threat posed by climate change, the company strives to minimize energy use in its own operations and is proud to have its products playing a role in saving energy in thousands of facilities around the world.