NFPA Company Profile: Royal Systems Group

Introducing NFPA Company Profiles for NFPA News

A short profile of an NFPA Member is a new feature for the NFPA News.  NFPA membership is at an all-time high and this is just one way for us to highlight the diversity and strength of our industry. Today’s Company is Royal Systems Group.

Royal Systems Group, Inc. (RSG)Royal Systems Group logo is a privately owned company founded in 1982, based in Northridge, CA. The company manufactures, designs and distributes  hydraulic equipment, systems, power units, presses, test stands, electronics, tools and accessories covering a broad range of applications in a variety of production processes, performance, reliability and durability product capabilities. Products include accumulators, pumps, servo’s and proportional valves, water, particle and acid removal filters, fittings, hose, oil coolers, pressure gauges, reservoirs, flow meters, motors, cylinders, gas, particle and water analyzing equipment, repairs and infield service and testing options of all major makes and models of hydraulic equipment. Testing up to 500 HP.  NFPA Members since 2005, Royal Bush, President, is a regular attendee of the NFPA Industry and Economic Outlook Conference and a supporter of the NFPA Education and Technology Foundation. For more information go to www.royalsystemsgroup.com.


 

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