CPS Instruments Inc.

CPS Instruments Inc.

CPS Instruments provides researchers and scientists in various industries with the world’s fastest, highest resolution, and most sensitive Disc Centrifuge particle size analyzers. Precise measurements affect more than profits. Particle size measurement aids in the development of ingenious solutions to age-old problems. It contributes to sustainable businesses in highly regulated industries. It impacts the health of billions around the world. CPS co-founders Steve Fitzpatrick and Ron Ellis recognized the importance that precise elemental analysis has on product quality when they worked first together at Firestone in the 1970s. The two were tasked with investigating the failure of tires, an issue that posed safety and financial risks that would deal permanent damage to even a large, trusted organization.

Company details

41452 Bess Rd. , Prairieville , LA 70769 USA
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Business Type:
Manufacturer
Industry Type:
Laboratory Equipment
Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)

CPS Instruments Is headquatered in Louisiana and offers worldwide sales and services that has allowed us to impact industries on a global scale.
Ron Ellis and Steve Fitzpatrick

Ron Ellis and Steve Fitzpatrick

Making A Sizeable Impact
The more complex the world becomes, the more critical accurate, rapid data collection is. Precise measurements affect more than profits. Particle size measurement aids in the development of ingenious solutions to age-old problems. It contributes to sustainable businesses in highly regulated industries. It impacts the health of billions around the world.

CPS co-founders Steve Fitzpatrick and Ron Ellis recognized the importance that precise elemental analysis has on product quality when they worked first together at Firestone in the 1970s. The two were tasked with investigating the failure of tires, an issue that posed safety and financial risks that would deal permanent damage to even a large, trusted organization.

This crude, early model of CPS Instruments’ disc centrifuge enabled Steve and Ron to identify the weaknesses in the tires’ chemical composition before it became an insurmountable liability.

When the Firestone location that employed Steve and Ron was closed, the two men pursued their own interests. Steve built a consulting business called Chemical Process Specialist (CPS). Ron invested in manufacturing machinery and opened a gunsmith business.

Our Mission
To make accurate particle analysis faster and easier for pioneering scholars, scientists, and manufacturers.

CPS Instruments provides sales and services to markets across the globe, and we're continuing to expand our reach every day.

Whether you’re in the States or on the continent, CPS Instruments has a facility capable of shipping our products to you expediently. Our trainers are available for on-site demonstrations and training in the following areas:

  • Australia
  • Bangladesh
  • Belgium
  • Brazil
  • Canada
  • Chile
  • China
  • England
  • France
  • Germany
  • India
  • Malaysia
  • Mexico
  • Netherlands
  • New Zealand
  • Saudi Arabia
  • South Korea
  • Switzerland
  • Thailand
  • Taiwan
  • USA

Industries that rely on accurate particle analysis, rely on cps instruments' state-of-the-art disc centrifuges.

Improve Decision-Making
Policies, profitability, and reputations ride on precise measurements. Measure any type of particle between 5 nanometers and 75 microns at 2 to 10 times the resolution of any other particle sizing instrument with the CPS disc centrifuge.

Expedite Operations
CPS Instruments’ disc centrifuge improves operational efficiency with its four-step sample analysis and intuitive maintenance. The instrument’s sensitive on-board balancing device constantly monitors the disc, decreasing long-term maintenance costs.

Accelerate Progress
Get precise, repeatable results up to 4 times faster than comparable centrifugal sedimentation analyzers. CPS Instruments’ centrifugal sedimentation particle size analyzers empower innovators to make vital discoveries sooner.