As well as supplying the power, utilities and process industries we have also identified the need for our conditioning, monitoring and control instrumentation within the chemical and medical manufacturing industries. Since our earliest clients in 1977 in these sectors we’ve gained major experience in dealing with all aspects of them.
Supplying some of our earliest clients such as GlaxoSmithKline, Dow Corning and Courtaulds since 1977 and continuing to supply and maintain these companies and supplying new companies including Astrazeneca and Mitsubishi Chemicals.
While supplying we also assist with referbishment and maintanence of existing products supplied over 40 years ago.
A trip amplifier is a device that allows an Analogue signal to be converted to a Digital output. The digital output controls the variation of a physical unit in a system measured by temperature sensors or normalized signals and operates when the measured value goes outside predetermined limits, energising or de-energising the relay controlling devices like valves and actuators.View Category
Signal isolators provide electrical (galvanic) isolation between the input and output circuits. They couple the signal to the output through a transformer or optical isolator. Signal isolators also break the direct electrical galvanic path between two or more loop points. They protect against dangerous measured-variable voltages and increase protection from surges and spikes.View Category
Signal converters convert the format of the input signals into the desired output format. In addition to the pure conversion of signals, signal converters also offer the possibility of filtering or linearizing signals. A signal transmitter is a device that transmits data from one place to another. In the case of mechanical equipment, a signal transmitter sends a process signal like temperature, pressure or humidity from a measurement apparatus to an electronic device like a panel meter, controller or computer. In the machinery or test environment, signal transmission is of critical importance. This is because of the nature of testing itself.View Category