For over a century Spengler have been continuing the tradition of manufacturing high-quality tensiometers equipping generations of health professionals. In fact, a "Spengler" is more than just a tensiometer; it is also the heir of a long history. This expertise has evolved over time to ensure there is a tensiometer to suit everyone in the range. This led to Spengler developing the first hand-held tensiometer in 1950.
In the image of its creator and innovator, Spengler enhanced its Vaquez-Laubry© models to improve their shock resistancy and ensure their longevity. The Lian© hand-held tensiometers are recognized for their design and how quickly cuffs can be changed due to their rapid connections. In 2000, the decline in most of these models towards a Clinic© version satisfied the increasing demand for solutions in the fight against hospital-acquired infections. Very much aware of this major health issue, Spengler developed cuffs that could be decontaminated by immersion. Thanks to its history and its privileged relationship with its clients, Spengler continued to invest in quality research.