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01622 699168 EASY TO USE BUYERS GUIDE FOR SOURCING NEW SUPPLIERS FLOW AND LEVEL MEASUREMENT


CLASSIFIED


AND TEST SYSTEMS


CALIBRATION


SIGNAL CONDITIONING


CONTROL PANELS


Chell Instruments produce pressure, vacuum and gas flow measurement and control solutions for testing and calibration in industries including petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, Formula 1 and aerospace.


Designed by engineers for engineers, Chell have over 40 years’ experience maintaining the highest levels of accuracy with both on-site UKAS calibration and their ISO17025 accredited calibration laboratory.


Chell Instruments Ltd Folgate House, Folgate Road, North Walsham, Norfolk NR28 0AJ Tel: +44 (0) 1692 500555 Fax: +44 (0) 1692 500088 Email: info@chell.co.uk Web: www.chell.co.uk


TELEMETRY & CONTROL


Signal Filters Electronic Signal Filtering and Signal Conditioning solutions since 1965. We clean your small noisy signals Kemo manufactures an extensive range of Signal Filtering and Conditioning equipment. Our product lines include analog, anti-aliasing, highpass/lowpass and bandpass filters, to name a few. Kemo has many years of experience, and is the proven choice for engineers. We hold a large range of stock for quick solutions to noisy signals.


Kemo Ltd


Unit 1 Dene Yard, Green Street Green Rd, Dartford DA2 8DH Tel: 01474 705168 Email: uk@kemo.com Web: www.kemo.com


PROCESS WATER TREATMENT


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SOLDERING SYSTEMS


PIPEWORK


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E sales@jacob-uk.com T +44 1694 722841


Drastically reduce the cost, footprint and energy consumption for industrial and process water.


The Hydro MicroScreen™ is a low-energy, small-footprint rotating belt screen that delivers exceptional solids removal from process water and wastewater.


Learn more at:


hydro-int.com/microscreen or call: 01275 878371


PIPEWORK


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Contact us today for world class soldering systems: convection,


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Contact us: Tel: 0115 972273 Email: admin@zpel.co.uk FLOW MEASUREMENT


• Laboratory tests • Drink dispensing • Cooling equipment • High performance • Competitive pricing • 6 Flow ranges


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