Monitor Products receives ISO certification

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Cooling system manufacturer Monitor Products Inc. has received formal ISO 9001:2015 certification.

The company, which makes heat exchangers and other cooling system-related products, received its first ISO certification in 2002.

Andy Logan, vice president of sales and engineering for Monitor, expressed enthusiasm about the latest certification

“Monitor Products has always considered our product quality and customer service to be at the core of everything we do,” he said in a statement. “It’s easy to hang a certificate on the wall and simply go back to work. However, operating within these established guidelines daily within every aspect of how your business operates looks and feels much different.”

Monitor Products was founded on Long Island in 1979 and relocated to Brooksville, Florida in 2001 after constructing a new 26,500-square-foot custom manufacturing facility specifically designed for heat-exchanger production.

Monitor developed six pass heat exchangers along with the full-flow cooling system utilizing a shell and tube heat exchanger integrated with a cast housing.

The company will also begin producing finned-tube heat transfer products later in 2018.

“I’m confident in saying that the products and services we deliver to our customers on a daily basis are reflective of us taking this ISO compliance seriously,” Logan said. “Certification and the ongoing compliance requires buy-in and team effort from everyone involved. I couldn’t be prouder of our team with the work invested not only to meet the upfront certification goal, but also with their buy-in towards maintaining the ongoing requirements thereafter.” 


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