NGK-Locke, Inc. began its operation in the United States in 1965 under the name of NGK Insulators of America, Inc., as an exclusive sales division of NGK Insulators, Ltd., Japan. The name became NGK-Locke, Inc., when a joint venture between General Electric and NGK was formed.

We are engaged in the sales of products manufactured by NGK Japan, China, and our U.S. affiliates, Locke Insulators, Inc., Baltimore, MD, and NGK-Locke Polymer Insulators, Inc., Virginia Beach, VA. Our total product lines include electrical insulators, electrical equipment and transmission line insulator/hardware assemblies. We currently maintain our main office in Baltimore, MD, and have branch offices in Atlanta, GA, Torrance, CA, and Virginia Beach, VA.

Posted in Insulators

Related Listings

For over 30 years, Lindsey current and voltage sensing post insulators have been the standard for smart grid applications. Lindsey GEN2 line post sensors incorporate the same high accuracy and reliability of their Polysil® insulation-based for forbearers, while adding many subtle improvements to increase their utility.Read More

The acquisition of Ohio Brass® in 1978 was Hubbell® Incorporated’s first foray into the power systems sector. Today, Hubbell Power Systems, Inc. manufactures Ohio Brass polymer and porcelain insulators and arresters used in the transmission, substation and distribution markets.Read More

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.