Leading Manufacturer of Sensors for Use in Aerospace, Military, and Industrial Markets

Since 1953 Columbia Research Laboratories, Inc has been a leading manufacturer of sensors for use in Aerospace, Military and Industrial markets, including but not limited to force balance inertial-grade accelerometers & inclinometers, piezoelectric accelerometers, vibration/temperature transmitter, and dynamic pressure sensors, strain gage aircraft mainframe fatigue sensors, precision linear variable differential transducers, assorted signal conditioning instrumentation and fiber optic sensors. Located in Woodlyn, Pennsylvania just minutes from the Philadelphia International Airport. Our 20,000 square feet in-house manufacturing facility provides for 98% of Columbia's production processes, reducing our dependency on outside contractors and thereby enabling us to provide our customers with the highest quality products, timely delivery and reasonable pricing.

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Recent Developments

A big thanks to everyone that had
the chance to stop by our booth
at Space Tech Expo Europe!
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Vito Bagdonavicius joins Columbia Research Laboratories as Vice President of Sales

CRL is pleased to announce that Vito Bagdonavicius has joined the Columbia Research Laboratories management team as its new Vice President of Sales.

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Columbia Research Laboratories, Inc.
Names Jeffrey S. Heller to the Position of President

Jeff has been a dedicated and essential team member since 1996 with various positions in the company, most recently executive management.

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New Sensor Designed to Measure
Strain on Curved Mounting Surfaces

Accuracy, ruggedness, and ease of installation found in Columbia's flight-qualified Series DTD284, DT3747 models compensate materials commonly used in aircraft structural fabrication.

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Upcoming Trade Shows

December 11-12, 2019

American Aerospace & Defense Summit 2019

Glendale, AZ
Booth #C

Meet Vito Bagdonavicius

Columbia's New Vice President of Sales

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