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PRESSURE SENSORS


PANEL PC & EMBEDDED SYSTEMS


PRESSURE SENSORS


SENSORS


WIKA – At a glance WIKA is a global market leader in pressure, temperature, level, force and flow measurement as well as in calibration technology. Working together with our customers, we develop comprehensive solutions based on our high quality measuring instruments with solutions ultimately being integrated in their business processes.


WIKA offers a complete range of electronic pressure measuring instruments: pressure sensors, pressure switches, pressure transmitters and process transmitters for the measurement of gauge, absolute and differential pressure. These instruments come supplied with standardised current or voltage output signals, interfaces and protocols for various field buses.


Whether ceramic thick film, metal thin film or piezo- resistive, WIKA develops and produces the full range of today’s leading sensor technologies


WIKA Instruments Ltd 4 Gatton Park Business Centre, Wells Place, Merstham, Redhill RH1 3LG Tel: 01737 644008 Email: info@wika.co.uk Web: www.wika.co.uk


TRANSMITTERS PRESSURE INSTRUMENTATION PROCESS


BVM Limited was established in 1989 as a designer, manufacturer and distributor of industrial and commercial computer products for OEM's and systems integrators. Since then the company has grown steadily and is recognised as an important supplier of components, sub-assemblies and own- brand product to a broad customer base in many different industries. Based in Southampton in the United Kingdom BVM supplies products world-wide both directly and via local distributors.


BVM Ltd Lakeside House, Waltham Business Park, Brickyard Road, Swanmore, Southampton, Hampshire SO32 2SA Tel: +44 (0)1489 780144 Email: info@bvmltd.co.uk


KELLER is Europe’s largest manufacturer of isolated pressure sensors based on piezoresistive silicon technology. High stability sensors are integrated into our broad range of pressure metrology instrumentation including OEM pressure capsules, pressure transducers and transmitters, digital pressure gauges and data loggers. The combination of the latest in silicon sensor technology with modern ASICs and microcontroller based electronics provides pressure measurement solutions to a wide range of industries.


KELLER UK Little Keep Gate, Barrack Road, Dorchester DT1 1AH Dorchester DT2 8ZB Tel: 01305 239 260 sales@keller-pressure.co.uk Web: www.keller-druck.com


ifm's specially developed food application product range comprises innovative position sensors, process sensors, control systems and connection technology. The sensors are made of high-quality food-grade materials. They have a hygienic housing design and are distinguished by high ingress and temperature resistance and protect against high-pressure cleaning with aggressive agents.


IFM


Efector House Kingsway Business Park Oldfield Road Hampton TW12 2HD Sales email: orders.gb@ifm.com Web: www.ifm.com/uk


ION Science patented PID sensor technology is proven to resist humidity and contamination, giving you outstanding results when detecting volatile organic compounds (VOCs) within the most challenging environments.


ION Science


ION Science Ltd, The Hive, Butts Lane, Fowlmere, Cambs. SG8 7SL Tel: +44 (0) 1763 208503 Email: info@ionscience.com Web: www.ionscience.com


PROCESS


INSTRUMENTATION & CONTROL SPECIALISTS


SENSORS & MONITORING SYSTEMS


We want our customers to benefit from our experience, expertise and independence. The depth of instrumentation knowledge and our ability to apply a diverse range of technologies has established ABLE as a leader in providing the right solution, whatever the requirement. In short, being able to make your measurement is more than what we do, it’s who we are.


ESI Technology Ltd Sensor House, Wrexham Technology Park, Wrexham LL13 7YP Tel: +44 1978 262255 Fax: +44 1978 262233 Email: sales@esi-tec.com Web: www.esi-tec.com


ABLE Instruments & Controls Ltd Cutbush Park, Danehill, Lower Earley, Reading, Berkshire RG6 4UT UK Tel. +44 (0) 118 9311188 | Fax. +44 (0) 118 9312161 Email: info@able.co.uk Web: www.able.co.uk


Monitran, a leader in the design, development and manufacture of vibration sensors and monitoring systems for vibration and displacement measurement. With almost three decades worth of experience, and an extensive product portfolio and the ability to develop custom sensors, we deliver fit-for-purpose products on time and within budget. We have recently introduced condition monitoring solutions that provide an early indication of plant and equipment wear and tear, and can be networked to feed data into condition-based predictive maintenance strategies. Our products include general and special purpose accelerometers, velocity sensors, eddy current probes and LVDTs. They are used in a diverse range of applications, such as; industrial processing, power stations, water treatment, wind turbines, mining and the oil and gas industry.


Monitran Ltd Monitor House, 33 Hazlemere Road, Penn HP10 8AD Tel: 01494 816569 Email: info@monitran.com Web: www.monitran.com


REMOTE MONITORING SYSTEMS


We are a global business that specialises in real time remote monitoring systems and services. Secure affordable Cloud technology. For all applications including: energy, CHP, HVAC, utilities, air quality, mining, construction, FM, waste management, boilers, pumps, production and manufacturing. A complete service from your projects conception to completion, supporting you through the changeover to smart communications.


DEXDYNE LIMITED


Tel: 01285 658122 Email: julia.strong@dexdyne.com Web: www.dexdyne.co.uk


Instrumentation Monthly April 2021


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