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A manufacturer of ultraviolet and infrared optical products has reported major production benefits following the change to EnSolv, a vapour degreasing solvent for critical component cleaning.
This data sheet presents the features and specifications of the DTT drawing tower thermometer from Land Instruments.
This flyer presents the features and specifications of Marpol’s abrasive belt pipe bevelling machines, which available from Surtech.
Weidmüller can meet the challenges surrounding a decrease in natural resources with its robust connection modules tailored to meet the specifications of customers’ wind turbines.
The Scorpion Locate Object Vision App locates an object and returns the position in X and Y co-ordinates. It is suitable for use in object localisation.
Tech Byte: know your emissivity download
The material emissivity is the relative power of the material’s surface to emit heat by radiation. Materials are assigned an emissivity value between zero and 1.0. Emissivity is a measure of a material’s ability to emit infrared energy. As IRISS explains here, the emissivity of a surface is the ratio of the energy radiated from it to that from a blackbody at the same temperature, the same wavelength and under the same viewing conditions.
The four-channel Sentry G3 overspeed protection system from condition monitoring specialist Sensonics has been specifically designed with an independent digital signal processor (DSP) for each channel of measurement. The DSP can be software loaded with the specific measurement algorithm, which not only controls the sensor selection but also the protection relay status and analogue output levels.
Latest Case Studies
WERMA and Total Protection have helped a specialist in silicon-based technology to protect its workforce and operators at a silicon plant in South Wales.