About UsWe Are Precision Mass

Founded in 1967, Precision Industries (now Precision Mass Products Pvt. Ltd.) is one of the most recognized manufacturer of wide range of Pressure and Temperature measurement instruments in India, more renownedly known by its brand “MASS”. “Mass” has established this reputed brand image by offering highly durable, robust and proven products to premium customers in various industrial sectors.

Our Sales Headquarters and Production plant located at Chhatral (Gujarat) occupies 120,000 square feet, this ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2014 & OHSAS 18001:2007 certified facility is a self-contained, vertically integrated operation complete with production, projects, design & development, customer service, sales & marketing resource management.

Our commitment towards customer satisfaction has encouraged us to implement best manufacturing practices like “Lean Six Sigma” which enables us to reduce the Lead time, optimize resources utilization to reduce operational cost and continually improving our Process and Product Quality. With in-depth expertise earned over the years and well equipped production facility, we manufacture Pressure measuring instruments ranging from as low as 10” H2O up till 4000 bar and temperature instruments from -200°C up to 1200°C.

Our team consists of technical and service experts equipped to resolve even the most difficult application and technical issues. We are proficient in providing you with customized solutions for pressure and temperature measurement

Precision Mass Since 1967

We also Represent

It is a matter of pride for us that we represent Ashcroft in India since 1996. Established in 1852, Ashcroft is a pioneer in the field of Pressure & Temperature measurement. Products manufactured by Ashcroft have become a benchmark in pressure and temperature measurement specified around the world for the most demanding applications. Products under the basket of Ashcroft include Pressure, Temperature & Precision measurement instruments under the brands “Ashcroft”, “Heise” and “Nagano Keiki”.