Bosch Rexroth drive the focus on innovative automation solutions at this year’s Automechanika event

This year’s Automechanika event, held in Birmingham in early June, attracted thousands of visitors from across the automotive market. With a focus on vehicle production and the aftermarket, key themes of this year’s event included electrification, innovation and improved efficiency. As leading experts in factory automation, Bosch Rexroth were able …

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Cost-effective, high-accuracy PXI RTD simulator modules from Pickering Interfaces features simple programming control

Flexible, scalable units are easy to use Pickering Interfaces, a leading provider of modular signal switching and simulation products for electronic test and verification, today launched its model 40-263 PXI RTD simulator module range that provides a cost-effective method of simulating PT100, PT500 or PT1000 RTDs (resistance temperature detectors) with …

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Level and pressure instrumentation at the click of a mouse

Level and pressure instrumentation at the click of a mouse. The new vega.com website has now been launched, adding further customer enhancements to application advice, instrument selection, quotation requests and bespoke drawings. It features 3D animations for industries such as Chemical, Water and Energy production, with even more to follow. …

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Dimetix Laser distance sensors deliver Swiss Precision and reliable results for under £2000

The Dimetix D-Series lasers have market leading repeatability and reliability with a measurement range spanning 0.5m to 500m and maximum outputs rate of 1kHz. They are versatile performers in a wide range of applications where there is a need to measure the distance to objects that are static or moving …

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LINE OPTICS: An Excellent Option for IMPAC ISR 6 and IGAR 6 Advanced Pyrometers

Expanded functionality especially for wire production and pouring stream measurements IMPAC pyrometers Series 6 Advanced represent the “flagship-class” of small-sized infrared thermometers by LumaSense. They are extremely fast and highly accurate digital pyrometers (single color or 2-color) with very long temperature ranges, analog output, digital interface, and focusable optics. Different …

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Series A-IEF Remote Display for the Insertion Electromagnetic Flow Transmitter Product Release

Dwyer Instruments, the preferred source for your complete range of practical and affordable instrumentation, is announcing the release of the Series A-IEF Remote Display for the Insertion Electromagnetic Flow Transmitter (Series IEF). Dwyer’s high performance and versatile insertion flowmeter can be utilized to accurately measure fluid velocity in applications such …

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New monoflange design also prevents fugitive emissions

Compact design and minimised leakage potential: The new WIKA model IVM monoflange for connecting pressure measuring instruments to the process is particularly suitable for applications involving critical liquids, gases and vapours. Special seals also prevent fugitive emissions in accordance with TA-Luft (VDI 2440) and ISO 15848-1. The monoflange is manufactured …

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Bi-Metal Temperature Gauges

Bi-Metal Stainless Steel with bottom, back entry and ‘any-angle’ versions available. Temperature Ranges from -20°C to 200°C. Rugged industrial class 1, stainless steel case and bayonet bezel with 316 stainless steel stems. Manufactured in 100mm face sizes with various lengths and diameters available. Class 1 100mm face diameter Temperature Ranges …

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From Ammonia to Xenon – The Evolution of Non-Invasive Clamp-On Flow Measurement: Katronic Expands Product Range with New Flowmeter for Gases

Katronic Technologies, leading manufacturer of non-invasive, clamp-on flow instrumentation, is very proud to announce its newest development, the KATflow 180 clamp-on meter for gases. The ATEX-approved KATflow 180 takes non-invasive, clamp-on measurement into new areas with the ability to measure gaseous flow at low pressures and even in metal pipes …

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Managing Losses in Compressed Air Systems with Thermal Mass Flow Technology

Monitoring compressed air usage within industrial applications has become increasingly important as the associated costs continue to rise dramatically. Compressed air systems are often the largest excess user of electricity for a business, with air leaks or poorly performing components contributing to a significant amount of wasted energy. In this …

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