We sell, install, and service environmental monitoring equipment for clients in the water and wastewater industry. We are authorized representatives for the industry’s leading product manufacturers, and serve cities and companies across the state of Indiana, as well as Central and Western Kentucky. We are also a certified Woman-Owned Business Enterprise.
We’ll help you design an effective, practical, and budget-appropriate system that will be effective for years to come. Our goal is to help you think for the long-term. Many of our customers have been with us for decades. We’re here as partners.
We have a reputation for taking on a difficult job and making it work. We constantly seek to protect our clients and water resources by providing accurate information and systems through innovative technologies.
Our team members have extensive product knowledge, plus the field experience, to design and support an instrumentation system that works. We provide accurate, real-time data to help you make decisions.
Gripp, Inc. constantly seeks to protect its clients and water resources by providing accurate information and systems through innovative technologies. Our team members have extensive product knowledge plus the field experience to design and support an instrumentation system that works.
Our commitment to customer service means that you will be well taken care of. Whether it is answering a question on the phone or getting our team to you to solve your problems, we’re here to help invent and implement technical solutions that are right for you. Plus, our service team can innovate on the spot in their shop-on-wheels service vans.
We’re also committed to ongoing training and development. All of our technicians have been trained by factory representatives of Teledyne Isco and are certified in confined space entry.
We have a long history of serving the region. The Gripp company was founded in 1971 as a Midwestern manufacturer’s representative for Isco, Inc, which manufactured some of the first automatic samplers for the wastewater industry.
Our extreme product knowledge and expertise is in application specific flow measurement technology, professional installation, accurate flow data collection, and hosting real-time wireless flow data for the Municipal and Industrial Wastewater industries.
Build your future on a foundation of solid data. Our goal is to help you have better compliance, with instrumentation that will provide long-term, reliable performance and have accurate flow data to help you plan for the future.
We believe in doing things the right way from the office to the field. You can expect that a real person will answer the phone when you call, that calibrations will be confirmed using secondary meters, and that extreme product knowledge and extensive application experience will be applied to your project.
"With Matt and the Gripp team, I don’t feel like I have to know everything about flow meters because of their knowledge and expertise."
We have a team of dedicated people with deep expertise in technical sales, instrumentation installation and service, and office administration. As President of Gripp, Inc., Judy Gripp leads the team with a focus on customer service. Matt ZurSchmiede and Keith Hicks work in the field with our customers for technical sales. Valerie Schueler manages the office operations, and Clint Jones is our Field Services Manager.
Judy Gripp leads the company with a focus on technical expertise and customer service. She believes that by improving the quality of life for her employees, she will also improve the quality of their work.
The Gripp Team consists of organized, precise, and highly responsible people with a commitment to customer service. Our goal is to have a knowledgeable person answer the phone who can provide assistance or will know how to get an answer to your questions.
Our Field Services Technicians work to install, calibrate, maintain, and repair instruments, equipment, and systems used in water and wastewater management. With a focus on safety, we install samplers and flow meters, diagnose and solve technical problems in the field, and work with instrument panels. We deliver data, calibration, and other reports.