Since its founding in 1948, The Lee Company has pioneered the development of miniature fluid control components for automated liquid handling in medical and scientific instrumentation, ink jet printing, analytical/clinical chemistry and medical disposable applications. Products include high quality 2 and 3-way miniature solenoid valves, latching solenoid valves, high speed micro-dispense valves, nozzles, press-in check valves, calibrated flow restrictors, fixed and variable volume pumps, custom manifold systems and other inert fluid handling components.

Lee’s unique capabilities in miniaturization and engineering expertise (one of every seven employees is a graduate engineer) keep the company at the forefront of fluid flow technology, and enable it to work effectively with customers to solve difficult fluid control problems.

The Lee Company employs over 800 people at its Technical Centers in Westbrook and Essex, Connecticut where all engineering and manufacturing is performed. Lee Company sales offices, staffed by degreed sales engineers, are located throughout the United States and Europe, and the Company’s distribution network spans the entire globe.

Although change has been a constant as The Lee Company has grown, there is one thing that has never changed: the Company’s commitment to quality and performance. From the first days of operation, The Lee Company has pushed for the highest level of quality and performance in designing systems and components. Today, over 60 years later, The Lee Company is unsurpassed in experience, delivering the precise, reliable products you require. TECHNICAL CENTER, The Lee Company, 2 Pettipaug Road, P.O. Box 424, Westbrook, CT 06498, USA; Tel: 860-399-6281; Fax: 860-399-2270; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; www.TheLeeCo.com

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This article first appeared in the January, 2011 issue of Medical Design Briefs Magazine.

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