Scully Signal Company, a fluid-handling products manufacturing company, said it is excited to launch its new corporate video, which gives viewers an inside look at its legacy and dedication to innovation, quality, and safety “that have been the hallmarks of this industry leader’s dependability in the transport and transference of hazardous liquids for over eight decades”.

The video takes the viewer on a visual tour of the history of the pioneering safety systems first invented by Scully founder Francis P Scully in 1936, with the Ventalarm® whistle. 

These overfill prevention systems became (and remain) the industry standard. From the inception of a whistle to comprehensive self-checking electronic overfill prevention controls, Dynacheck®, Scully revolutionised loading safety systems in the oil industry. 

This marked the beginning of decades of innovations for terminal, storage and transportation spill prevention, static ground proving, and efficient oil delivery equipment. Applications include petroleum, heating and lube oils, and food & beverage.

Viewers hear from long-term employees, along with third-generation family members, about the many facets of their dedication to quality, safety, and dependability. 

Scully has a fully integrated operation in Wilmington, MA, providing US-made products. 

Scully said: “We are keenly aware that when customers are relying on a safety system, it has to work every time, and apply relentless quality controls to ensure that products are reliable. Portions of the video, such as the explanation of Scully’s automatic, continual-loop Dynacheck® system, offer good visuals and details.”

Designing all its products to very strict industry standards, Scully applies these stringent quality and safety protocols to all manufacturing practices, even for those that do not require adherence, complete with 100 percent testing. 

Joseph Bet-Eivazi, test department supervisor, said: “We test it the way we want to buy it.” 

Scully CEO Katrina Ohl added: “Innovation is really at the heart of everything we do.”

For more information visit

4th March 2021