why professionals choose fluke

Fluke tools are made for business. Professionals everywhere choose our tools to keep their industry running smoothly. From industrial electronic installation to maintenance and service, from precision measurement to quality control: Fluke keeps your world up and running.

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Troubleshoot problems 2x faster with the Fluke Connect™ app

Save time and reduce maintenance costs with Fluke Connect™. It automatically and accurately saves measurements and equipment records. Allowing you to wirelessly and effortlessly share data with your team, accurately and efficiently.

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When I pick up a Fluke tool, I know it will work

As a large, heavy capacity, custom machine and fabrication facility, all innovations of Everett Engineering have to be tested. This includes stress testing, quality control testing and verification. For that work, they use Fluke tools.

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Mr. Paul Visocky, QA Manager at Everett Engineering


Our history

Our company was founded by John Fluke in Springdale, Connecticut, USA in 1948. In 1953, the company was incorporated in the US state of Washington as the John Fluke Manufacturing Company, Inc. This is the state where John Fluke was born on December 14, 1911.

In 1982, John Fluke appointed George Winn president of Fluke and a year later appointed his son John Jr. chief executive. On February 11, 1984, John Fluke died. He was 72.

In 1993, Fluke bought the testing and measuring device division from Philips Electronics in Eindhoven, Netherlands. This location today serves as Fluke’s regional office for Europe, Middle East, and Africa. In the United Kingdom, Fluke has an office and manufacturing facility in Norwich, Norfolk.

The Fluke brand has a reputation for portability, ruggedness, safety, ease of use and rigid standards of quality. Fluke Corporation has authorized distributor and manufacturer representative channels in more than 100 countries.

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Brainfood for electricians

The Fluke TestGuide is a helpful app for Electricians and Service Technicians in the field. In this app you find support for the most common measurements (e.g. RCD testing and measuring insulation). The TestGuide app shows in short and clear steps what the actions are, what to look at and how to interpret the results.
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