Electronic Equipment, Instruments and Components
Company Overview of Delta Technologies Inc.
Delta Technologies Inc. manufactures membrane switch products. The company offers various membrane switches; lexan, polyester, acrylic, vinyl, aluminum, and stainless steel panels; silicone rubber keypads for customers requiring travel type of keyboards; various nameplates and decals; and membrane keypads in tactile and non-tactile versions. It serves small to mid-sized users of membrane/graphic panels. The company was founded in 1969 and is based in Chicago, Illinois. As of February 2012, Delta Technologies Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Nelson-Miller, Inc.
1612 West North Avenue
Chicago, IL 60622
Founded in 1969
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