ATEQ Company History
Founded in 1975, ATEQ is a $100 million global company with offices in more than 20 countries and 37 cities. The company has divided its expertise in three divisions: Leak Flow Testing, Aviation and TPMS.
ATEQ TPMS is the number one world supplier in the TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System) field by supplying an entire range of TPM activation tools for both assembly lines and tire repair shops. Since the concept of TPMS, ATEQ has introduced the most advanced technological features to distributors and suppliers worldwide.
ATEQ engineers sell and service the TPMS lines to more than 5,000 car assembly manufacturers and suppliers. More than 30 engineers work all year long to improve the measurement quality of ATEQâ€™s TPMS systems and create the best TPMS tools. That is far more engineers than any of our competitors.
Why we are No. 1 on Automotive & Commercial Vehicle Aftermarkets, OEMs and Assembly Lines
â€śOver 40 years ago, ATEQ was built with the vision to service customers throughout the world with our own local engineers and technicians. This vision made us a global leader in industrial testing equipment. Today, it surprises me that we are still very few in this industry to think this way, especially since this vision has evolved us as the reference guide in the industry with car manufacturers and their customers.â€ť
- Jacques Mouchet, Founder
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When it comes to tire monitoring tools, thereâ€™s no one bigger than ATEQ TPMS. ATEQ TPMS tools arenâ€™t just used by mechanics â€” they can be found in over 5,000 manufacturing facilities. These tools are used to test and program tire monitoring systems on new vehicles before theyâ€™re sent to dealers.
We offer ATEQ TPMS programming tools for different lines of TPMS replacement sensors and equipment, including Schrader EZ-sensor, HUF IntelliSens and Continental. The ATEQ Quickset tool reprograms the TPMS with the push of a button, making it easy to switch between summer and snow tires or reestablish connections after rotating tires. For more advanced diagnostics, thereâ€™s the VT56, which works with almost every vehicle on the market. For quick setup, you can use the built-in barcode scanner to read the vehicleâ€™s VIN number and find the application.