Surge Protector

Diaphragm Seal



Industrial Grade Transducer



Junction Box




Cable Hanger


Submersible Level Transmitter




Digital Indicator

Pump Controller


Blue Ribbon began by becoming a direct distributor of gauges and thermometers to satisfy the needs of OEMs, which required high volumes of low cost quality products.


Since that time, BR has grown into its own name brand
of products with our main manufacturing facility producing Pressure Transmitters & Level Sensors. We have also partnered with other companies to design gauges, thermometers and accessories to our own specifications.

We have combined our knowledge and experience with industry demands to produce quality products with competitive pricing, in some cases below that of our competitors, while providing service exceeding customer expectations.

Blue Ribbon Bird Cage

Lifetime Warranty Replacement Program



Blue Ribbon is offering a lifetime warranty on their Bird Cage level transmitters, and some selected other transmitters against line surges and lightning damage. When you purchase a BCP 3000 surge suppressor from us, and use it with the transmitter, we warranty the instrument for the life of the transmitter (10 years). If it fails, you clean up the transmitter (we won’t accept it dirty and the Post Office considers it hazardous waste), and send it and the surge suppression module to us. You must have all the cable and filter with it. We will look it over and test it. This warranty is for surge only. If you have cut cable, water damage, bent diaphragms, etc., we don’t cover it (but might be able to repair is for less than a new unit). However, our instruments are potted and we use conformal coating on theelectronic components, so they will not have these related problems undernormal conditions.


We will replace the transmitter only. If the surge suppression device is dead, it has done its job and will have to be replaced by the end user. They cost $180.00. Good grounding and surge suppression are part of every control panel package made these days. However, we find, in most cases, that the grounding values are way above what they should be (5-10 ohms for instruments). If you have questions about the grounding, please contact us. 


We have successfully worked with its measurement for years and would love to help you with your very own.