Moore Industries News & Articles

Moore Industries Promotes Tina Lockhart to Director of Engineering

  • May 2, 2007
  • News

Lockhart has more than 20 years of R&D experience and more than 10 years in management. Previously, Lockhart was a Program Manager at BAE Systems, where she was responsible for projects based on MEMS technology with real time embedded systems.

Moore Industries releases Temperature Line Card Brochure

  • March 16, 2007
  • News

Temperature Solutions Line Card brochure describes the company’s full line of temperature sensors, transmitters, and complete assembles; precision monitoring solutions for hi-tech facility and process control; and assemblies for making reliable surface measurements.

MooreHawke's TRUNKGUARD passes fieldbus short-circuit tests

  • March 12, 2007
  • News

Independent tests prove that the TRUNKGUARD device coupler works seamlessly with a DeltaV control system during repeated short-circuit testing and extreme temperatures. According to Evaluation International, TRUNKGUARD continued to operate and maintain communications with DeltaV after multiple short circuits on spurs, temperatures from -40 to 70°C, and operation at upper and lower voltage limits.

Nick Moore promoted to Director of Strategic Planning at Moore Industries

  • March 8, 2007
  • News

Nick will work with all vice presidents, corporate officers, directors and department heads to ensure that operations are in line with Moore Industries’ corporate goals and initiatives. Moore Industries is a leader in the design and manufacture of interface instruments and fieldbus equipment.

Moore Industries signs Arjay Automation as Manufacturer’s Rep in Upper Midwest

  • February 22, 2007
  • News

Moore Industries signed Arjay Automation in Minneapolis, Minnesota, as a manufacturer’s representative for all Moore Industries product lines, including MooreHawke. Arjay will be responsible for covering Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, and western Wisconsin for Moore Industries.

President of Moore Industries gets Pilot's License at Age 73

  • January 10, 2007
  • News

Leonard Moore passed all the FAA requirements for his pilot's license, and now is certified to fly single-engine land-based aircraft. Mr. Moore has been flying since he was a teenager in Oelwein, Iowa, and soloed for the first time at age 16. Since then, he has continued to fly, but always with instructors or other certified pilots. When he rebuilt an old Ercoupe, he decided to use it to get his license.