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BUYERS GUIDE 01622 699191


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• BUYERS GUIDE • PRECISION PRESSING & JOINING SPRINGS & STAMPINGS


SENSORS


For all of your Temperature Sensing & Measurement needs, buy online from the Designer & Manufacturer at www.labfacility.com


Labfacility, established in 1971, has manufacturing and sales divisions in Dinnington, near Sheffield and in Bognor Regis and is Europe’s leading producer of thermocouple connectors and temperature sensors.


In addition to stockholding standard ranges of thermocouple and resistance thermometer sensors, custom made sensors are produced to order.


Labfacility designs and manufactures high accuracy digital thermometers and loggers and supplies thermal calibration equipment. A complete range of adaptors and installation fittings is available to meet the needs of any installation.


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Buy online at www.labfacility.com Labfacility Ltd


Tel:+44(0)1243 871280 Fax:+44(0)1243 871281


TERMINAL BLOCKS & CONNECTORS


WAGO, innovators of the world-renowned spring pressure connection concept, are fully committed to ongoing development in electrical, electronic and I/O technology. The WAGO range includes I/O system components for leading protocols as well as electronic interface and power supply modules, the WINSTA modular wiring system and terminal blocks and connectors.


WAGO Limited Triton Park Swift Valley Industrial Estate Rugby CV21 1SG.


Tel: 01788 568008 Fax: 01788 568050 E-mail: ukmarketing@wago.com


www.wago.com


48 JUNE 2017 | AUTOMATION


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