2014 Expo Celebrates 60 years of building products and providing services to our loyal customers
2012 Expo UK moves to new and expanded premises in Sunbury-on-Thames, TW16
2010 Expo received Brazilian INMETRO certificate on the MiniPurge and MIU range of products
2008 Expo opens manufacturing facility in United States of America
2007 Expo received IECEx certification to the IEC standards for its Global Market on the range of MiniPurge and MIU products for both Gas and Dust potentially explosive atmospheres. This range was also certified to the latest ATEX/En standards at the same time.
2004 Expo celebrated their 50th anniversary with members and clients from all over the world!
2003 Re-branding program introduces a new company name, Expo Technologies, and a distinctive new identity that reflects the company’s core values of creativity, quality, reliability and service
2000 Expo expands its US presence to include stockholding, technical and sales support and local manufacture
1999 A new purge system for large electric motors is successfully developed and marketed
1998 Telektron acquires Expo Safety Systems to create Expo Telektron Safety Systems, the industry’s most extensive supplier of purge and pressurization systems worldwide
1995 Telektron sets up a branch office in the USA
1994 Expo Safety Systems expands its sales and support network to the USA, Europe and the Far East
1993 Telektron sells its actuator business and focuses on hazardous area products
1993 Expo Safety Systems introduces MiniPurge range of products
1976 Expo Safety Systems is founded by Andy Owler, an international expert in purge and pressurization techniques
1976 Telektron enters the UK’s emerging offshore oil and gas industry in the North Sea and the specialist field of hazardous areas
1971 Development of Telektron’s “friction-free” pneumatic valve
1960 Telektron supplies pneumatic, remote and automatic control systems for ship’s engines for nearly all the Royal Navy’s steam-powered ships.
1954 Telektron, a specialist manufacturer of rotary valve actuators for use in precision control in the process industries is founded by Peter Nissen.