King Engineering Corporation was founded in 1937 in Ann Arbor, MI by G.W. Willard. Mr. Willard had moved to the area in 1923 to lead the sales and service department of a local company called King-Seeley, an auto supplier whose First Street factory closed in the 1980's.
King Engineering’s liquid level measurement and inventory tank gauging systems were marketed under the KING-GAGE brand and sold to sectors including the pharmaceutical, food and beverage and marine industries.
Auto supplier located in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
King Engineering Corporation founded offering "King-Gage" hand pump operated tank gauge.
King Manometer introduced as precision laboratory grade instrument.
King offers Diaphragm Pressure Transmitter as an alternative to "bubbler" level systems.
King debuts AcraSensor transmitter with molded silicone diaphragm for sanitary CIP tank installations.
KING-GAGE Digital System developed for centralized multiple tank monitoring.
KING-GAGE LiquiSeal™ downpipe transmitter introduces diaphragm seal for bubbler level measurement.
KING-GAGE Series 8900 single tank digital indicator is released.
KING-GAGE Electronic Sensor merges accuracy and reliability in a 4-20 mA flush mount transmitter.
KING-GAGE LevelBAR introduces electronic alternative to fluid filled tank gauges with pneumatic input.
KING-GAGE LevelPRO offers multi-tank functionality and digital serial output as our 4th generation digital indicator.
KING-GAGE LP3 System with color touch screen monitor and network integration (including web server)
KING-GAGE ES2 Slimline level transmitter's robust design means durability in harsh processing environments.
The brand is re-named KING-GAGE, A NOSHOK Company. NOSHOK’s strong sales, marketing, engineering & product development resources, and world-class customer support are now powering the KING-GAGE and KING Filters brands, with the goal of increased growth and expansion in the food, beverage, dairy and marine markets.