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Madison Company had a good time in June hosting Mark Shortt, the Editorial Director from Design2Part magazine.

It’s summer – time for camping and bonfires. Have you ever wondered how to turn those leaping flames different colors?

Madison recently celebrated 5 people who have been with the company for 20 years.

Some surprising oddities have ended up in sewers around the world...

You can! Madison Company offers a full range of value-added options.

Madison continuous level sensors monitor the fuel levels in many standby generators.

Madison's new miniature continuous float-level sensor was recently featured on Sensor Tips.

A quarterly sampling of industry developments, tech tips and more.

Read Madison's new white paper: Liquid level sensors for harsh environments

Madison Company recently participated in two Design2Part trade shows, where high-quality suppliers met face-to-face to demonstrate new technologies.

Putting ketchup in aluminum is a no-no, but how about beer, coffee and mayo? Read about the chemical compatibility of three everyday liquids.

Madison's continuous float level sensors are now available in a ruggedized, miniature version for applications with a small tank footprint.

How can I tell if my float switch is set for Normally Open (NO) or Normally Closed (NC) operation? How can I change it from NO to NC (or vice versa)? Learn how now.

Thanks to all who visited Madison Company at Design-2-Part Southern New England.

Madison Company is enjoying a productive first day at the Southern New England Design-2-Part Show!

Flammable liquid and gas storage tanks and the storing of such liquids and gases are what most people think of when the term ‘hazardous location’ is used.

A quarterly sampling of industry developments, tech tips and more.

What are the differences between inkjet and laser printers, anyway? Click through to read more and find the sensor application!

Madison Company enjoyed a successful showing at Design2Part Texas, meeting with many fellow engineers and manufacturers at booth 320.

For applications that require a precise, continuous level readout, Madison offers a line of float level sensors that detect a changing liquid level and send this information to a panel meter display. Learn how they work in this helpful animation!

Many commercial generators rely on remote fuel storage tanks for their fuel supply. Madison specializes in accommodating such variety.

There are hundreds of bottled water brands out there, all claiming to be the best. The most natural. The purest. But it’s all just water, right? Not quite.

Madison Company will be exhibiting at two Design-2-Part trade shows this Spring. If you are able to attend one or both, please stop by our booth!

One of the main considerations when choosing a switch is the specific gravity of the float. Read on to learn the specific gravity values of Madison's most common floats.

If you’ve ever seen a robotic floor scrubber in action, you may have wondered how those big automated machines were invented. OK, maybe not! But those floor cleaners are a marvel compared to hand scrubbing, making it possible to clean floors efficiently and safely while creating that gorgeous shine.

Each year, Design World publishes an issue dedicated to highlighting manufacturers across a number of disciplines. It is called Leadership in Engineering, and Madison Company is thrilled to be listed on page 374 (page 122 in the digital edition) of this year's edition.

Have you always wanted to replicate those perfect crispy french fries from your local burger joint at home? We'll show you the secret!

When you are looking for value, you are looking for a trusted advisor, not a supplier.

A quarterly sampling of industry developments, tech tips and more.

A quarterly sampling of industry developments, tech tips and more.

A quarterly sampling of industry developments, tech tips and more.

Madison Company was recently awarded a plaque in thanks for its contributions to the Operation American Soldier “Taste of Home” Initiative.

Being a proud, Made in America, Made in Connecticut manufacturer for over 50 years, Madison Company receives regular updates from the CT Department of Economic and Community Development.

Madison Company's team and booth arrived safely in San Jose, where Sensors Expo & Conference is currently in full swing.

The June edition of Sensor Technology has highlighted Madison's advancements in reed switch-based technology.

This month's featured emerging technology from WEF's annual list is precision farming.

The Madison and Reliance Detection crew is hard at work getting our trade show booth ready! Invitations have gone out for D2P Upper Midwest and Sensors Expo!

Madison was back visiting local colleges this month, interviewing some of the best young engineering minds in the state.

Madison Company was pleased to attend the 2018 School of Engineering Career Fair, held on the UCONN campus in Storrs.

This month's featured emerging technology from WEF's annual list is "The Human Cell Atlas."

A quarterly sampling of industry developments, tech tips and more.

If you like the aerospace industry, check out the February 2018 Eastern edition of Design2Part.

Design World has just released their January 2018 Leadership issue, and you can find Madison Company on page 402.

Madison’s point level float switches are designed to be simple, cost-effective, durable and reliable.

The second featured emerging technology from WEF's annual list is Liquid Fuels From Sunshine.

A quarterly sampling of industry developments, tech tips and more.

The second featured emerging technology from WEF's annual list is Clean Water from Air.

Madison is now partnering with Design-2-Part and Design World, two highly respected trade resources serving OEMs and design engineers.

Madison recently exhibited at the Portland, Oregon Design-2-Part show on November 1 and 2.

Each year, the WEF publishes a diverse range of breakthrough technologies, chosen for their potential to improve lives, transform industries and safeguard the planet. The first is Liquid Biopsy.

Signal Issues related to ground loops or shared commons can be common in industrial process control equipment.