GRAEFF is a British multinational company focusing on the R&D, production and sales of pressure sensors, melt pressure sensors, temperature sensors, industrial sensors, smart sensors, flow sensors, displacement sensors, liquid level sensors, pressure and temperature control instruments, pressure gauges, heaters, intelligent equipment, pressure and temperature calibration systems, Internet of Things and automatic control systems. GRAEFF has established companies or offices in the United Kingdom, Germany, the United States, China and other countries; GRAEFF products are mainly used in food, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, chemical, petrochemical, energy industry, power station, sewage treatment, navigation and shipbuilding industry, environmental engineering, spraying equipment, plastics, chemical fiber, rubber, pharmaceutical, metallurgy, petrochemical, automobile manufacturing, ceramic glass, drones, robot systems, aerospace, mining machinery, construction machinery and other fields.

GRAEFF is open for innovation and focuses on digital, intelligent and environmentally friendly innovations in sensor and measurement technology. It also combines an internet platform, a global R&D system and local business needs to develop innovative products and measurement and control solutions that meet the needs of global customers and also inject new energy into the transformation and upgrading of industrial smart manufacturing.

Human-oriented and self-fulfilling, GRAEFF helps global team members grow by training them in technical skills and mindsets, and we ensure that every employee strives to create value for the company and customers in a healthy and safe working environment, and shares the fruits of enterprise development with every member.

At the same time, GRAEFF spares no effort to build an open smart + environmental protection ecological measurement and control system around the world, and works with local governments, Fortune 500 companies, large enterprises, small, medium, micro and start-ups, as well as universities and scientific research institutions to jointly develop future-oriented innovations and achieve a win-win situation for all parties.