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TSI Acquires Adams Instruments, FMS

October 3, 2008

The acquisitions will complement TSI's instrumentation offerings, extending the company's products to include contamination monitoring systems.


SHOREVIEW, MN /PRNewswire/ -- TSI Inc., a worldwide leader in measurement technology, announces the acquisition of Adams Instruments and Facility Monitoring Systems Ltd. (FMS). Adams Instruments is a developer of world leading remote optical particle sensor technology. FMS is a premier provider of environmental contamination control systems. Together, these acquisitions will create a diverse line of contamination monitoring solutions to compliment TSI's line of advanced aerosol instrumentation including the AeroTrak handheld, portable and remote particle counters.

TSI's President, Tom Kennedy stated, "This is the first of several moves that will take TSI to a leadership position within the contamination control and controlled environments markets. TSI will leverage its global resources and expertise in aerosol science and instrumentation to provide customers with best-in-class instruments, monitoring systems and services."

Adam Giandomenico, former president of Adams Instruments, has led several manufacturers of optical particle counters and environmental monitoring systems in achieving significant growth for more than 15 years. Along with the FMS leadership team, Giandomenico will play an important role as TSI expands its presence in the contamination control market.

About TSI
TSI Inc. investigates, identifies and solves measurement problems through the design and production of precision instruments. TSI partners with research institutions and customers around the world to set the standard for measurements relating to aerosol science, air flow, health and safety, indoor air quality, fluid dynamics and biohazard detection.


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