Aerospace Control Products, Inc.
Aerospace Control Products, Inc. (ACPI) was established in 1979, after acquiring the rights to the Gorn Switch product line. With these rights ACPI continued the production of this famous line of products, originally established in the 1960's.
Today, ACPI continues to build and support all of the original designs, plus several recently introduced ACPI designs. The product line consists of a wide variety of types and configurations of pressure switches and liquid level (float) switches. These units are primarily designed for the severe environmental requirements of all types of aircraft, military electronics, and military vehicle applications. Other applications include nuclear power plants, high value machine tool devices, and railroad equipment.
ACPI also maintains an FAA Repair Station to service and repair its products.
ACPI's customers include most of the major airframe makers and numerous sub tier manufacturers.
In 1991, ACPI acquired CME, Inc. of Manassas VA, a manufacturer of secondary standards and test equipment for gas flow measurement. Since CME sells equipment primarily in the commercial market, a CME Division was created to separate its operation from ACPI's existing Aerospace Division.