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Gunther America - Comus International  Profile

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Gunther America - Comus International  Company Overview

Gunther America is now part of Comus International. Comus International was founded in Clifton, New Jersey in June, 1978 to manufacture glass mercury tilt-switches. Comus was successful, and soon the metal mercury switch and the patented non-mercury switch were developed. Today, Comus International is a leading manufacturer of tilt and tip-over switches, motion/vibration sensors and float switches, and has an excellent reputation for quality and service.

Gunther America - Comus International  Products

The types of products manufactured by Gunther America - Comus International include I/O Modules, Sensors, Relays, Switches, Reed Relays, Reed Switches, and Solid State Relays.

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