Under the parent company NSi Industries, the Tork brand dates back to 1922, with the introduction of the first winding mechanical time clock. This brand has a rich history of leading the mechanical switch industry with quality innovation. Engineering and manufacturing products for customers in a variety of industries, Tork lighting controls are specially designed for projects across the commercial and industrial spectrum. Of its products, Tork is best known for its digital time switches and lighting control panels. The time switches are available with an assortment of features to ensure customers get what they need. Some features include 24-hour scheduling, seven-day scheduling, 365-7-day scheduling and many among others. Mechanical time switches are also available, and they are the most popular time switches for 24-hour and same-schedule lighting control.
Lighting control panels provide the ability to monitor lighting in an advanced way. Tork offers systems that can control two zones or four zones, as well as those with delay time switches to manage the lighting throughout any space. Other products Tork offers include cycle and percentage timers and din rail timers, plus in-wall and plug-in timers.
With extensive industry experience, NSi has a complete team of marketing, distribution, inside sales, technical support, and application and region managers who are committed to their positions in the electrical industry. With a 99.7% same-day ship rate from their main distribution center in Huntersville, North Carolina, and stocking representatives serving all regions of the United States, they are leaders in customer service. Focusing on building relationships, NSi’s customer service team is flexible and responsive. NSi has proven to be innovative with other well-known brands such as Polaris and Easy-Twist, which add to their vast array of electrical product lines.
The company is a trusted partner in many American construction projects, from stadiums and bridges to the Empire State Building. NSi boasts an extensive roster of projects, including housing developments, condominiums, sports arenas and major corporations.