ANN ARBOR, MI, Feb. 17, 2015 -- ENMET, LLC, a manufacturer of hazardous gas detection equipment for health, safety and medical applications, recently announced it has appointed a new president.
The Michigan-based company elected Norman Davis, Jr. to serve as its new president and succeed Dr. Verne Brown, who held the position for 43 years until his passing.
Davis brings a wealth of knowledge to this position with a background in executive management and business development, focused in the safety and instrument sensor technology market
He has held a wide variety of positions and served as the former president of Microsensor Systems, which was acquired by Mine Safety Appliances in 2005.
Davis' education is in chemistry, environmental science and industrial hygiene.
Founded in 1970, ENMET is a manufacturer of hazardous gas detection equipment for health, safety and medical applications. Products range from compressed air line monitors to portable detectors and continuous multi-channel fixed systems, which address a wide variety of hazardous gas conditions. The company also designs custom engineered gas and vapor detection systems for a wide range of applications. For more information, visit www.enmet.com.