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CALORIMETRIC, DURABILITY AND COMPONENT TESTING FACILITY UPGRADES


validation, prototype development and type approval testing for electro mechanical and thermal fluid components utilised within the internal combustion engine, hybrid and EV platforms. Significant investment has allowed expansion of the Calorimetric Wind Tunnels to include extended capabilities for component durability and reliability testing or complete assemblies and integrated modules. Predominantly covering pre-production and prototype systems for lubrication, coolant and charge air ancillary components the laboratories can now also provide high volume test capabilities for production line stoppages with modular and automated test rigging utilised throughout the laboratories. Ongoing projects for; identification of leaks, component performance issues, casting


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porosity, assembly misalignment, production line cleanliness, OEM support, additive manufacturing components, low volume super cars and our continued support for the multitude of motorsport series.


Young Calibration u 01273 455572 u www.youngcalibration.co.uk


fastening series. The new clips quickly and securely attach directly to panel and frame edges. No drilling into the structure is required, maintaining the panel’s integrity and allowing cables or wires to be routed along or perpendicular to the edge. Attachment is simple, press the clip directly onto the panel edge and use the accompanying cable tie for bundling. The Edge Clips can be installed without tools in around 11 seconds - 10 seconds faster than average cable tie and clip combinations, a time saving of almost 50 per cent. The new clips offer increased flexibility and wider range of use. Two variants are


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anduit’s Edge Clips are the latest product in the company’s cable


suitable for 0.7-3 mm and 3-6 mm thick edges. In addition, only a single Edge Clip is necessary for horizontal or vertical mounting.


Panduit u +44 0208 601 7200 u www.panduit.com


ALPHASENSE BOLSTERS SALES TEAM WITH THREE NEW APPOINTMENTS


gas sensors, has announced the appointment of three new senior sales positions. Andy Dickinson joins as Regional Sales Director (RoW), Will Parrett as European Sales Manager, and Nate Thompson as North American Sales Manager. Welcoming them to the company, Arthur Burnley says: “Since 1996, Alphasense has grown rapidly as a result of heavy investment in research & innovation, sensor quality and customer service. We now command a 40% share of our core markets, and this success has been built on the development of strong partnerships with our instrument manufacturer customers. “The addition of three highly talented people to our international sales team is the


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result of an ambitious growth strategy that will be underpinned by the development of new partnerships and an expansion of our sensor range.”


Alphasense Ltd u +44 (0) 1376 556 700 u www.alphasense.com


Instrumentation Monthly March 2021


lphasense, the UK’s leading manufacturer of


oung Calibration continues its’ laboratory expansion with the latest upgrades to the Component Durability Test Laboratory. The facility provides pre-production


ACCURATE, EASY-TO-CLEAN LABORATORY FLOWMETER


Atrato ultrasonic flowmeter from Titan Enterprises ideal for a wide range of laboratory applications and very easy to clean between experiments. Widely proven to handle flows from laminar to turbulent (2 ml/min to 20 litres/min), and largely immune from viscosity effects, the Atrato ultrasonic flowmeter is a perfect non-invasive tool for almost any laboratory flow metering application. No moving parts mean that the Atrato delivers highly reliable operation even over extended periods of time.


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Titan Enterprises u https://www.flowmeters.co.uk/atrato-ultrasonic-flowmeters/


ugged, clean bore construction makes the


EXTREME TEMPERATURE OR PRESSURE PRODUCTS AND THE CRITICAL PROBLEM OF VAPOUR PERMEABILITY


engines or motors and even in the electronics of many devices. Yet they need seals to keep out water vapour, hydrocarbons and other contaminates if they are to continue working, Versaperm can help. Versaperm's vapour permeability systems can measure how well seals, pipes,


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electronic enclosures and general materials do this across a wide range of temperatures and pressures, from -80 to 1100C and from 0 to 300bar. Higher ranges can be made available if the demand arises. All materials and seals are affected, often severely, in their task by the combined factors of temperature and pressure. The Versaperm system uses a mass spectrometer to measure permeability for water


vapour, grease, hydrocarbons, aromatics, CO2, solvents and every other vapour / gas in general use. This gives designers and manufacturers the ability to test and effectively eliminate problems across almost all standard and most non-standard environmental and operational conditions. The system can also simulate diurnal, seasonal and other changes and it achieves


results that are accurate in the PPM (Parts per Million) to PPB ranges. It can optionally measure several materials, seals, enclosures, components or products at a single time. Versaperm also runs consultancy and laboratory services which offers advice on


permeability in complex cases or where the volume or logistics do not mandate a dedicated instrument.


Versaperm Ltd u UK Tel: +44 (01628) 777668 u USA Tel +011 (617) 500-8607 u info@versaperm.com u www.versaperm.com


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xtreme conditions are more common than you think, they don't only occur in extreme environments but also in the tightened seals on many products, the heat of


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