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TECHNOLOGY IN ACTION


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Fulton’s VSRT continues to impress the judges


Launched in 2018, Fulton’s VSRT steam boiler continues to catch the eye of awards judges.


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t the recent IGEM Gas Industry Awards, the VSRT continued its winning streak by claiming the Product of the Year award, the vertical steam boiler’s third award in


boiler and we couldn’t be more delighted. It was up against award-winning VSRT becomes a multi-award-winning steam Commenting for Fulton, Carl Knight says: “The double- six months.


impressive this next-generation boiler is and how much some stiff competition, which we hope proves just how


hard work has gone into developing the VSRT. “The VSRT’s PURE Te


Technology approach enhances heat transfer, provides class-leading efficiencies, improves


challenges the industry status quo on conventional boiler “Rather than improve existing solutions, PURE Technology steam quality and reduces NOx emissions.” says Carl.


design by engineering solutions that are fit-for-purpose and fully-optimised for all applications.”.


Fulton Ltd 


0117 972 3322  www.fulton.co.uk


fm electronic have just released an update to their renowned range of pressure sensors with an upgrade to the PE series, a range of units specifically aimed at water and water-based substances.


The new PE range features a more intuitive setting arrangement with three buttons and a clear display for local programming, but of course also comes with IO-Link for remote setting and read-out, with many extra benefits. Wetted parts made of ceramics, EPDM and high-grade stainless steel ensure compatibility with water-based media and applications in refrigeration and cleaning processes. These extend to maritime use as approved by DNV-GL. The different individual products in the PE series can measure pressures from -1 bar up to 250 bar, and are supplied with either an internal or external ¼” process connection.


ifm is committed to working closely with its customers to develop products which precisely match their needs, and the company provides expert, readily accessible technical support to help users maximise the benefits they gain from ifm products.


ifm electronic Ltd  020 8213-2234  www.ifm.com


Abacus coldmainswatermeter type Emscaled 0 - 999 litres in steps of 1 litre


Now, Hertfordshire company Aqumeter has developed the ABACUS digital water measuring system for dispensing accurate preset quantities of water straight into mixing vessels, tanks, etc. Easy to install and simple to use, the ABACUS delivers repeatable results day in, day out, reliably and consistently.


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Thousands of units have been sold worldwide to a whole variety of industries where water is added to powders or granules for mixing purposes. Just dial in the batch amount required and press the start button. The unit stops the flow of water when the required quantity has been delivered...... easy!


Aquameter L 


td 01992 442 861  www.aquameter.co.uk


dding a preset quantity of water to a mix has long been carried out using pails or hosepipes. Not very accurate and certainly not consistent.


ADVERTORIAL


Sensata Technologies to Showcase New Pressure Sensors and Switches at Sensor+Test 2019 in Germany


Newwebsite at vega.com


evel and pressure instrumentation at the click of a mouse. The new vega.com website has now been launched, adding further customer enhancements to application advice, instrument selection, quotation requests and bespoke drawings. It features 3D animations for industries such as Chemical, Water and Energy production, with even more to follow. To find what you need fast, it also features a powerful search bar and a simpler to use application and instrument selector, which helps you with your choices. Quick overviews of products and configurations are simpler to follow, along with categories like industries, technologies, news and events all designed and tested to make your UX better. While there, why not take a few moments to register with myVEGA and get so much more! It offers configurations and drawings of your instruments, ‘live’ build times, quotation requests and see all your direct sales contacts. Once you have chosen a product get 2D and 3D drawings of your bespoke designs e-mailed within minutes (all the main formats). See order history, stored PIN’s for your Bluetooth sensors and delivery tracking. Go to vega.com/uk for more information.


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Vega Controls Ltd  


01444 870055


www.vega.com/en/Home_UK CONNECTIN


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technology company and a leading provider of sensors, ensata Technologies (NYSE:ST), a global industrial


switches for use in boiler, pump and HVAC applications at is featuring its extensive range of pressure sensors and


Sensor + Te


Pressure Sensor, which features a patented design derived Highlighted in the exhibit will be Sensata’s new 116CP Test from June 25 – 27.


cost-efficient 116CP leverages the same proven technology from automotive grade pressure sensing technology. The


makes it ideal for residential and other lower cost pump as the 60/70CP, but in an innovate plastic housing that


configurations including various pressure ports, electrical applications. The 116CP is offered in a wide range of


Sensata Te 


outs and pressure ranges from between 0-4 to 0-16 bar. Technologies


0116 264 2730  www.sensata.com PROCESS & CONTROL | JUNE 2019 4 1


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