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Vaisala and FMI technology heads to Mars onboard NASA’s Perseverance rover

An international collaboration takes Vaisala and the Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI) to Mars onboard NASA’s Mars 2020 Perseverance rover. The rover is scheduled for launch on July 30, 2020. Vaisala’s sensor technology combined with FMI’s measurement instrumentation will be used to obtain accurate and reliable pressure and humidity data from …

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New for 2020 is the range extension of MOCA EC

New for 2020 is the range extension of MOCA EC 1935/2004 certified pressure regulators from ID Insert Deal srl. The MOCA directive relates to ensuring that the materials used to convey foodstuffs are inert so that there can be no chemical leaching from the materials into the product. The certification …

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Temperature, humidity, moisture and differential pressure instrumentation

Rotronic is a leading manufacturer of temperature, humidity, differential pressure and CO2 instrumentation Rotronic products are specified throughout industry for the reliable measurement and control of processes; together with environmental monitoring. They are also installed in buildings of all types, research organisations, test houses and leisure facilities. High accuracy measurement, …

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Chell Instruments celebrates three of the best

Despite economic uncertainty across the UK, North-Walsham based Chell Instruments are celebrating the three best years in their 40-year history. The manufacturers of gas pressure, vacuum and flow measurement devices have attributed their success to their innovative product range and the support of a new marketing agency. “We’ve been working …

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Brooks Instrument names Eric Pipal as new vice president and general manager

Eric Pipal has been promoted to vice president and general manager at Brooks Instrument. The company provides in advanced flow, pressure, vacuum and vapour delivery solutions. Pipal originally joined Brooks Instrument as an operations director in 2007. Since then, he has held positions of increasing responsibility within the operations department prior to …

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New electronic Dual Pressure Switches with display DPx 838x – configurable by means of NFC Smartphone App

The Swiss based Trafag presents next generation electronic pressure switches with display, the new DPC 8380 and DPS 8381. The parametrisation happens with ease and can be done very quick by NFC smartphone app and a few finger taps. The set of parameters in combination with a comprehensive set of …

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Brexit may present opportunities for UK pressure equipment makers

Leaving the European Union could provide UK pressure equipment manufacturers with significant opportunities to develop new markets provided the Government establishes appropriate safety rules, according to a new report from the Institution of Mechanical Engineers. The UK has a long history of manufacturing pressure safety equipment which is essential to …

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German distributor appointed for EvoScann Pressure Scanner

Evolution Measurement, manufacturer of the EvoScann P-Series, has announced today that Vectoflow have been appointed as exclusive distributor of their EvoScann Product Range in Germany. Vectoflow, led by Katharina Kreitz, create innovative customer-specific fluid-dynamic probes which are used in similar industries to where EvoScann  P-Series are utilised. The addition of …

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Pressure sensors deployed in high-precision measurement systems

Honeywell‘s pressure sensors are being used to help test a range of innovative technologies, including the next generation of advanced unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Honeywell supplied its TruStability RSC Series and HSC Series Digital Board Mount Pressure Sensors to Surrey Sensors Ltd (SSL) for integration into high-precision measurement systems that are used in a variety …

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A new way to measure nearly nothing

Many semiconductor fabricators and research labs are under increasing pressure from, of all things, vacuum. These facilities need to remove greater amounts of gas molecules and particles from their setups as new technologies and processes demand lower and lower pressures. For example, the vacuum chambers in which microchip manufacturers lay …

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