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Techni Measure Ltd Unit 4


Team Corporation (UK) Ltd The Old Print Shop Red Barn Mews High Street Battle TN33 0AG East Sussex UK TEL: +44 (0)1424 777004 FAX: +44 (0)1424 777005 EMAIL: sales@teamcorporation.co.uk WEBSITE: www.teamcorporation.co.uk CONTACT: Michael Burt, Director


Team supplies high performance hydraulic vibration systems, utilizing high frequency servo valves, low noise hydrostatic bearings and couplings that offer unparalleled performance. Team has many vibration testing solutions, from complete single axis and multi axis vibration test systems to components and accessories to enhance improve or upgrade existing test equipment.


Acoustic – combined with vibration and temperature


Acoustic – progressive wave tube Acoustic – reverberation chamber Acoustics Environmental testing Failure analysis Fatigue Hydraulics Material testing Noise – high intensity Non-destructive testing Package testing (ISTA) Road Simulator Rotary testing


Shock – basic pulse Shock – pyrotechnic Shock – shock response spectrum Stress screening – combined testing Stress screening – vibration Structural testing Torsion testing Valves Vibration – random Vibration – shock Vibration – sinusoidal Vibration – stress screening Vibration six-axis Vibration testing Vibration three-axis Vibrators – electro mechanical Vibrators – hydraulic


Buccaneer Drive Auckley Doncaster DN9 3QP South Yorkshire UK TEL: +44 (0)3300 101490 FAX: +44 (0)3300 101491 EMAIL: sales@technimeasure.co.uk WEBSITE: www.technimeasure.co.uk CONTACT: Ian Ramage, Sales Manager


Techni Measure supply an extensive range of sensors, transducers, instrumentation and calibration systems for the measurement of strain, vibration, acceleration/g force, displacement, load, force, torque, static and dynamic pressure, temperature, attitude (roll, pitch, yaw), orientation, inclination, altitude and location (GPS/GNSS). Products include foil and weldable strain gauges, piezoelectric and capacitive DC accelerometers, load cells, force transducers, pressure transmitters potentiometers, laser displacement and scanning sensors, fibre optic sensors, wireless systems, feedthroughs, long stroke shakers and shock exciters.


Accelerometers Calibration


Condition monitoring Displacement Force Instrumentation Modal analysis Pressure measurement Strain gauge Stress and strain Structural testing Temperature Vibration – analysis/measurement Vibration sensors Wireless testing


Chemical analysis – metals Corrosion Crack detection Electron microscopy Failure analysis Ferrite testing Hardness Impact


In situ microstructure replication ISO 17025 Material testing Mechanical testing Metallurgical testing Microscopy Tensile UKAS Wear Weld testing Welder approval X-ray fluorescence X-ray spectrography


Telonic Instruments Ltd Toutley Industrial Estate Toutley Road Wokingham RG41 1QN Berkshire UK TEL: +44 (0)1189 786911 FAX: +44 (0)1189 792338 EMAIL: info@telonic.co.uk WEBSITE: www.telonic.co.uk CONTACT: Doug Lovell, Sales Director


Telonic Instruments supply Laboratory Power Supplies, Frequency Converters (50, 60 and 400Hz), Power Supply Testers, Oscilloscope, Bench Multimeters, Function Generators, High Voltage test equipment, Diesel Engine Smoke Meters and electronic measuring instruments manufactured by Kikusui, Magna Power, RIGOL, and Technix High Voltage. Telonic in an ISO9001 registered company.


TEi Ltd Metallurgical Services PO Box 80 Calder Vale Road Wakefield WF1 5YS West Yorkshire UK TEL: +44 (0)1924 780000 FAX: +44 (0)1924 201901 EMAIL: metserv@tei.co.uk WEBSITE: www.tei.co.uk CONTACT: Richard Heywood, Laboratory Manager


TEi has a comprehensively equipped laboratory with a team of qualified, trained and experienced metallurgical and technical staff operating to the requirements of an internationally acknowledged quality standard ISO/IEC 17025.


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AC & DC power sources AC/DC electronic loads Batteries and solar cells Calibration – AC power sources Electronic equipment measurement Emission sampling and analysis Mains harmonics and flicker Safety – electrical


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