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Pyromation project to invest $1.25 million, add 5-10 jobs

Pyromation Inc. is investing $1.25 million to expand and renovate its office, a project scheduled to be completed by September. The additional space will allow the Fort Wayne company to hire five to 10 new employees within the next year, officials announced today.

The company sells temperature sensors to customers worldwide in industries including chemical, pharmaceutical, aerospace, food, rubber and metal processing. The new jobs will include sales engineer and quality technician positions.

One Eleven Design developed the new office layout and design, and Weigand Construction is doing the renovation work. Both are Fort Wayne firms.

Pyromation in 2012 completed a $4 million investment that included new equipment and construction of a 15,000-square-foot expansion to its plant, 5211 Industrial Road.