SEC of America

Shinkawa Electric Company (SEC) of America provides wired and wireless vibration and condition monitoring sensors, software, and solutions to customers in the power generation, petrochemical, food, manufacturing, and pharmaceutical industries. Our vibration sensors and monitoring equipment are used on rotating machines ranging from large gas and steam turbines down to small motors and pumps, in many different applications.

SEC of America, with headquarters in the Research Triangle near Durham, North Carolina, is the United States affiliate of Shinkawa Electric Co (SEC). Ltd. of Japan, and provides sales, service and support for SEC machine condition monitoring products. Shinkawa Electric Co., Ltd. was founded in 1927 as Shinkawa Namito Shop, taking its current name in 1951. With offices in eight countries around the globe, SEC sales last year exceeded $300 million dollars. SEC employees more than 600 individuals to address the needs of our diverse customer portfolio.

SEC of America was established in 2000 to serve the North and South America geographies. We partner with companies ranging from small private firms to large multi-national conglomerates and work with industry leaders in the OEM, end-user, and integrator market sectors. The hallmark of SEC of America is our drive to deliver the absolute best customer service and the highest quality products of any machine condition monitoring provider in the world.

We understand that your success depends on the availability of your machinery and that our products play a key role in helping you reach your uptime goals. Please explore our portfolio of products, all designed to keep your rotating equipment up and running, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.