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JMS Southeast was founded in 1980. Throughout its years of operation, it has secured a strong customer base from OEM and industrial customers whose production depends on quality and consistency in their temperature measurement.We design and manufacture a complete line of high quality standard and custom temperature sensors including thermocouples, RTD's and thermowells as well as a wide selection of temperature accessories.

What sets JMS apart from the average temperature sensor manufacturer are the "extras" it provides to ensure customer satisfaction. The 24 hour Swifty Sensor Service (at no extra charge), our new calibration program that complies with ISO 9000 / OSHA PM 1910 and is NIST traceable, and the Rolling Purchase Order Program for special volume and OEM discounts are just a few of the "extras" that make us the best.
 

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New from JMS -- Free Wake Frequency Calculations to ASME PTC 19.3 -- Swifty Calc!

JMS Southeast, Inc. participated in the ASME 19.3 committee performing the first major revision since 1974 to the only US thermowell strength standard. The new ASME PTC 19.3 TW standard addressing wake frequency calculations was published June 30 and is available for purchase from the ASME here.

In the course of the revision, the Standard has evolved from 4 pages to more than 40. For the first time it allows you to run wake frequency calculations on step wells, straight wells and more.

Make adapting to this new standard easier with SwiftyCalc™ – a FREE online software allowing you to perform and save calculations utilizing the newest standard in seconds.

Log in, reap the benefit of our hard work and experience and find out why JMS is #1 in customer service and satisfaction.

Territory Coverage: California