Measurement, quality control and test
Instruments and devices used by engineers to determine the scope, quantity or extent of a particular item; to assess that it meets certain criteria; or investigate whether it is in proper working order. Includes environmental testing, vision, sound and vibration testing, position and proximity testing, force strain and speed testing, electrical testing, non-destructive testing and metrology systems.
Product & Service Resources
Meco Shaft Seals | Tue, 16 Sep 2014
An EP seal from Meco has been mounted on the drive end of the dryer at Amfine Chemical Corp.
Megger | Tue, 16 Sep 2014
The PVS 10 is designed for identifying phases on live electrical power systems. It offers clear identification of the phasing in relation to a reference phase.
Linear Technology | Tue, 16 Sep 2014
Linear Technology’s LTC5582 and dual-channel LTC5583 are said to offer excellent stable temperature performance (from -40°C to +85°C).
Endress+Hauser | Tue, 16 Sep 2014
The Soliphant II FTM30(D/S)/31(D/S)/32(D/S) from Endress + Hauser is a universal vibration limit switch for silos containing powdered or fine-grained bulk solids.
Fullbrook Systems | Tue, 16 Sep 2014
Many processes in the fabrication of electronic devices use suspensions at one point or another. These show typical colloidal instabilities, which can be monitored using the Turbiscan LAB.
Anton Paar | Tue, 16 Sep 2014
Anton Paar’s L-Dens 437 online density sensor provides highly accurate (up to ±0.07 per cent) concentration measurement of hydrogen peroxide.
Fluke introduces 500 series analysers for the testing of storage batteries and battery banks download
Fluke (UK) — Industrial Tools | Mon, 15 Sep 2014
Fluke has introduced a range of battery analysers designed to simplify the maintenance, troubleshooting and performance testing of individual storage batteries and battery banks used in critical battery back-up applications.
Gill Research & Development | Mon, 15 Sep 2014
Induction is a process by which a magnetised or electrically charged object produces magnetism, an electric charge or an electro-motive force, in another object without being in contact with it. These processes are called magnetic induction when magnetism is produced, electrostatic induction when an electric charge is produced and electromagnetic induction when an electric voltage is produced. This article from Gill Research & Development discusses each of these.
Megger | Fri, 12 Sep 2014
The SebaKMT PD LOC system from Megger solves the problem of pinpointing for mixed cables (XLPE/PILC) and for partial discharge in joints of single-core cables.
Omega Engineering | Fri, 12 Sep 2014
The IR-USB infrared temperature sensor provides a reliable and economical method for most non-contact temperature monitoring applications. Each unit is factory calibrated to provide excellent sensitivity, fast response, and stability.
Fluke (UK) — Industrial Tools video article
Fluke, established in 1948, is an international business providing professional electronic test tools for a wide range of applications.
DSP Robotics video article
Matlock , UK
DSP Robotics are the manufacturers of the ‘Flowstone’ computer programming language for engineering and education.