Primex offices and warehouse will be closed Monday, June 29th through Friday, July 3rd to allow our employees time with their families to live our work/life balance value.
Thank you for your patience while we allow our employees time to disconnect. Our normal business hours will resume on Monday, July 6th
When Fred and Karen Koermer started their company at their kitchen table in 1972, they could only dream of what it would grow to be today. Primex is part of a larger company focused on providing the highest-quality products and services in the time-synchronization and environmental monitoring arena.
Our company is focused on helping organizations improve efficiency, standardize operations, protect against risks and meet compliance goals. Our expanded technology portfolio includes solutions that eliminate manual tasks to boost data accuracy and staff productivity:
We will continue to lead the way by investing in product research and emerging technologies to improve efficiency, eliminate distractions and provide a comprehensive data trail to meet compliance requirements. Contact us for a no-obligation, on-site demonstration today and learn how you can quickly and easily improve your operations.
Primex got its start in 1972 when Fred and Karen Koermer founded Klockit, selling clocks and clock parts to local businesses and hobbyists through classified ads written at their kitchen table.
Klockit's success led to a new market selling clock movements to clock manufacturers, and Primex Inc. was born.
The Koermer family acquired Chaney Instrument Company (founded in 1943), expanding the product line into decorative clocks, and precision thermometers and weather instruments. Today, Chaney's "AcuRite" brand has grown to be the leading line of weather instruments in North America.
In 2002, Primex Wireless was created to fill a need for accurate, easy-to-maintain wireless synchronized clocks for schools and businesses. Our first product, utilizing our proprietary 72MHz broadcast frequency, quickly became the leading wireless technology in synchronized clocks.
The growth of full-facility wireless networks led to the creation of the Primex wireless network-based, synchronized clock system. The new platform gives customers two-way communication with the clocks, and the ability to be alerted when a clock needs new batteries or is no longer synchronized.
Environmental monitoring expands the functionality of the Primex wireless network platform. Proactive alerting and robust documentation capabilities help organizations achieve greater accuracy of data collection, eliminate manual activities to improve efficiencies, and meet compliance guidelines.
Primex partners with Amazon Web Services to create the state-of-the-art OneVue cloud-based monitoring and time-synchronization solution. OneVue's unique ease-of-use features, state-of-the-art security and virtually infinite scalability quickly prove the solution to be best in class.
There are over 16,000 Primex customers with 1,640 customers in 27 countries outside the U.S. We have more than 1,000,000 end nodes installed worldwide, and are in 73% of the nation's top teaching hospitals and 30% of all hospitals registered with the American Hospital Association. December 2016 Primex Wireless drops the “Wireless” with a company, logo and website refresh.