Cranford Controls Ltd
- Unit 2 Waterbrook Estate, Waterbrook Road, Alton, Hampshire, United Kingdom
Cranford Controls Ltd was established in 1993 to design, manufacture and supply a comprehensive range of audible and visual warning devices along with supporting ancillary products for the fire, security and process control industries. Cranford Controls Ltd became part of the Ampac Group of Companies, one of the largest, independent manufacturers of fire detection and alarm system equipment, in 2012.
Cranford Controls Ltd uses the latest technologies and manufacturing techniques to produce its wide range of CE marked, EN54 approved products from its purpose built 13,000 sq. ft. facility, which is ISO 9001:2008 approved and WEEE compliant. With in-house SMT line equipment, supporting manufacturing processes, local suppliers, Cranford Controls prides itself on its ability to respond quickly to the ever changing demands of its customers.
Our R&D department uses an in-house Anechoic chamber and state of the art light testing equipment to develop new products, which meet the requirements of both new and existing European and International standards, as well as developing customer specific, bespoke products. Having continuous access to this equipment ensures the products we build on a daily basis continue to comply with the relevant standards.
With an ever-expanding range of products and dedicated Sales, Customer Service and Technical teams, Cranford Controls Ltd continues to offer a high level of Customer choice and service across a wide spectrum of industries throughout the United Kingdom, Europe, the Middle East and the rest of the world.
Cranford Controls Ltd was established to design, manufacture and supply a comprehensive range of audible and visual warning devices for the fire, security and process control industries. Operating in a market that is becoming increasingly regulated, Cranford Controls is committed to provide high quality products which are approved to the latest UK, European and International standards.