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SAFE MICRO RANGE MACHINING K


istler has launched MicroDyn, the world's smallest series-produced


cutting force meter. This now provides manufacturing companies and research institutions with a solution for highly precise measurements of cutting forces in the development of micro tools. The machining of very small workpieces puts high demands on the tools used. In order to examine cutting forces in micro machining applications for example, in watchmaking, highly compact and sensitive measuring instruments are needed. With the new MicroDyn 9109AA dynamometer, Kistler is creating new capability in the fields of ultra-fine machining, micro-precision machining and ultra-precision machining, especially in the development of tools for machining brittle-hard materials and the optimization of machining processes


Smallest dynamometer on the market


Measuring only 30x30 mm, the MicroDyn is the smallest dynamometer in the world. Thanks to the high natural frequency of 15 kHz in all three axes, an increase of about a factor of 2.5 compared to its predecessor, highly dynamic forces up to 500 N can be measured very accurately and the resulting torques of up to 50 Nm calculated.


Kistler Instruments Limited u 01256 741550 u www.kistler.com


directivity detection. The new instrument enables identification of dominant noise sources, providing information about their location, both in vertical and horizontal directions. The company’s SV 200A is a Class 1 sound


level meter integrated with wireless communication via 3G, LAN, Wireless LAN and Bluetooth. The measurement of directionality gives the opportunity to indicate the dominant source of noise in the area of measurement, the exclusion of unwanted events or to identify aeroplane flightpaths. The noise monitoring station has four


additional microphones on the sides of the housing which use the sound intensity technique to detect the direction of a dominant noise source both in the vertical and horizontal axes. The Leq distribution in angle sectors is saved as the time-history and can be used for data filtering and reporting.


Svantek u (+48) 22 51 88 320


u www.svantek.com


ALL-IN-ONE NOISE MONITORING STATION S


vantek's SV 200A all-in-one noise monitoring station has four built-in microphones for noise


CHELL INSTRUMENTS MAKE CONNECTION BREAK-THROUGH


W


orld-renowned gas measurement specialists Chell Instruments, have


unveiled a new aluminium pneumatic connector which will create instant time and money savings within innovative industries. This unique and innovative connector,


connects and disconnects pneumatic lines/pipes easily and hassle-free. Chell Instruments initially created this versatile connector to meet stringent aerospace environmental requirements and speed up system installation and reconfiguration. “It seemed natural to create a lightweight aluminium quick disconnector after the popularity of the stainless-steel Quick Disconnect (SQDC) version.” Comments Nick Broadley, Managing Director at Chell Instruments. “The SQDC version was designed after visiting a leading aircraft engine manufacturer and discovering that during testing process, when they wanted to dismantle an engine, all the piping (potentially 300 pipes or so) had to be cut off and replaced.” Designed for a range of applications, across industries, the Aluminium Quick Disconnects (AQDC) can be used in hash environments at working temperatures of up to 200°C.


Chell u 01692 500555 u www.chell.co.uk


CELEBRATING 50 YEARS OF SWISS ENGINEERING IN MANCHESTER


M


easurement and automation specialist Endress+Hauser Ltd has just celebrated


its 50th anniversary. Now employing over 200 people, and with an estimated turnover of £46 million in 2018, the measurement and automation engineering specialist continues to break new sales records.


Part of the Switzerland-headquartered Endress+Hauser group, the UK sales and production centre was founded in 1968 by Dr Georg H Endress, the grandfather of the current managing director. In 2008 the company opened a new £8 million state-of-the- art office and engineering facility to support its growth, followed in 2013 by a £1 million training centre incorporating the latest digital technology. Over the last 50 years Endress+Hauser has developed from a vendor of devices and


instruments to a full-range services provider working with customers in process industries such as food and beverage, water and wastewater and oil and gas. Products for measuring temperature and flow are also designed and manufactured at the Manchester site.


Endress+Hauser u 0161 286 5000 u www.uk.endress.com


NOV. 2018 SET FOR MASSIVE ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING EVENT T


wo of the world’s largest environmental monitoring events will take place in the same place and at the same time next week – Telford, November 21st and 22nd. WWEM 2018


and AQE 2018 are specialist events focusing on the regulations, Standards, methods and technologies in environmental monitoring.


“Many of the delegates for these events work in both emissions to air and wastewater, so this will be great news for them,” comments organiser Marcus Pattison. “However, and it’s a big however, these events are feverishly busy; each with a packed workshop programme running alongside a conference, all of which is CPD accredited, so the need for delegates to plan their visit is even greater than usual.


“Visitors will need to study the conference and workshop programmes on the two event websites, and plan their time accordingly. In all likelihood, this will necessitate coming on both days to make the most of the conferences, workshops and both international exhibitions.”


Instrumentation November 2018 Anyone planning to attend should register at www.ilmexhibitions.com. By registering,


visitors will be eligible for free parking and refreshments, as well as free entry to both exhibitions and the workshops. The exhibitions will feature over 230 companies representing more than 400 manufacturers, and there will be a total of over 140 free technical workshops to choose from.


In addition to the updates on regulations that will be provided by many of the conference speakers, each exhibition will feature a ‘Regulators Stand’ providing help and advice from the regulators of England, Wales, Scotland, Northern and Southern Ireland.


WWEM & AQE u 01727 858840 u www.ilmexhibitions.com


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