CS Instruments GmbH & Co. KG with locations in 24955 Harrislee and 78052 Villingen-Schwenningen/ Tannheim, is managed by Dipl. Eng. (FH) Wolfgang Blessing as sole Managing Director.
CS Instruments GmbH was established in the year 2002 by Christian Schuldt and Wolfgang Blessing as equal shareholders/Managing Directors.
Wolfgang Blessing already was sound a specialist on the sector of compressed air technology resp. industrial measurement technology long before the establishment of CS Instruments GmbH in the year 2002. Prior to the foundation of CS Instruments GmbH Dipl. Ing. (FH) Wolfgang Blessing acted for more than 10 years as primarily responsible product manager for industrial measurement technology at a worldwide known manufacturer of measuring instruments for compressed air and gases in the Black Forest. The technical knowledge and experience matched with the long-term practical knowledge was the corner stone for the success of CS Instruments.
After more than 16 years the name CS Instruments stands for proven and innovative measurement technology for compressed air and gases with subsidiaries and distributors all over the world. The number of staff members increased from 1 person in the founding year 2002 to currently about 60 staff members (as of June 2018).
CS Instruments continuously invests into the further training of its staff members and in modern calibration stands for dew point/pressure dew point and flow measurement. This continuous investment is the basis for the research, development and the subsequent realization of new product ideas in Germany.
All products without any exception are developed, produced and calibrated in Germany. We also take care that the slogan “Made in Germany'' is not only a sentence on a paper but is also put into practice. Furthermore we always try to make sure that also our suppliers – if possible – are German based.
For these reasons we can rightly claim that CS Instruments for years belongs to the worldwide leading manufacturers of measurement technology for compressed air and gases.