Bell Flow Systems

Bell Flow Systems (Stand E5) will be exhibiting a wide selection of flow meters, level sensors and control at the Sensors & Instrumentation show On display will be the new TFX-500w clamp-on ultrasonic flow meters from Badger Meter USA. The TFX-500w product is a versatile device, providing an economical solution for measuring …

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Churchill Controls

Churchill Controls will be launching it’s new communications expansion module called Mega_Bridge. This adds flexible and fully featured internet protocol (IP) connectivity to the well-established Mega_Link family of Telemetry & Control units. These are widely used in various industry sectors to pass two-way instrumentation, measurement and control data between sensors, …

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SIKA Instruments

The VMZ.2 magnetic inductive Flow Sensor is the 2nd generation from SIKA Dr. Siebert & Kühn.  Its unique design makes it highly cost effective, packed with technical features and still ensuring it’s robust and reliable. Specifically designed for OEM applications; using plastic components to deliver excellent value for money. NOW AVAILABLE …

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Chamois Metrology Ltd introduce the all new Additel 875 Temperature Calibrator

If you are serious about portable temperature calibration tools, then you know a good dry well calibrator is more than just a stable heat source. The Additel 875 Series Dry Well Calibrators combine excellent performance in stability, radial and axial uniformity. Loading with speed, ruggedness and portability. But it doesn’t …

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Texcel Technology

Are you looking for a new manufacturing partner? Come and talk to Texcel Technology on stand E12 at the Sensors and Instrumentation show About Texcel At Texcel, customer focus is our priority and we build strong partnerships with our clients. We like them to think of us as an extension of their …

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Half of UK industry has no plan in place for its obsolete equipment

Half of UK industry has no plan in place for its obsolete equipment and risks critical failure on a daily basis, according to a new report. The report, ‘The Challenge of Obsolescence: Strategies for managing and maintaining an ageing asset base’ has been compiled by ERIKS UK & Ireland following research with …

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Rolling with the times

South African semi-fabricator Hulamin has implemented AMETEK Surface Vision’s SmartView Surface Inspection Systems to provide products of consistent high quality. The only major aluminum rolling operation in Sub-Saharan Africa, it supplies customers around the world, with a focus on specific product and end-use markets. The manufacturer’s primary activity continues to be aluminum …

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RS Components brings Titan II to educate and inspire at New Scientist Live

RS Components (RS) is to take its innovation truck Titan II to the New Scientist Live show – a four-day festival of ideas and discoveries in science for enthusiasts of all ages. RS joins over 100 other exhibitors including Airbus, BAE, Rolls Royce, European Space Agency and The Royal Academy of …

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Rohde & Schwarz helps develop electric Superbike for Isle of Man TT Zero race

Rohde & Schwarz has helped the University of Nottingham develop their electric Superbike which took second place in the SES TT Zero race at the Isle of Man TT this summer. The University of Nottingham achieved its highest ever placing at the event, splitting the two factory Mugen bikes, an …

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Kudelski Group and Voith announce strategic partnership

The Kudelski Group and Voith are to cooperate to provide a range of new services and solutions to secure connected technologies leveraged in industrial markets. The convergence of IT and OT environments enables operational efficiencies, new business models and data intelligence to drive predictive maintenance and better decision making. However, …

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