Hamilton Company announces the availability of its new process analytics catalog offering the latest in intelligent and robust sensor technologies. For more than 50 years Hamilton has been a leader in process monitoring solutions, manufacturing sensors that are used wherever accurate process analytics are required to ensure high-quality results including pharmaceutical and biotherapeutic production, water treatment, food processing, refineries, breweries and wineries.
Industrial Safety Technologies announces the addition of Simtronics AS(based in Oslo, Norway) and Simtronics SAS (based in Aubagne, France)to its platform.
RTI International has been awarded funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to redesign and improve a personal exposure monitor that will be small and light enough to be worn by children and toddlers in developing nations who are exposed to smoke from indoor cooking fires.
A major chemical treatment centre in Budapest, Hungary , is using a FIRERAY 5000 and 14 FIRERAY F50R reflective infrared beam smoke detectors from Fire Fighting Enterprises (FFE) as part of its fire protection system.
Ambient Control Systems announced today the release of FireALERT MK1.5 and then the MK2.0, wildfire detection system. The units will be shipping in February 2013. Ambient is working with municipalities and fire departments on upgrades, and new installation plans.
Scott Safety, a subsidiary of Tyco International, is celebrating 80 years as a global leader in development and manufacture of leading-edge fire protection and detection equipment and technology—but the company is really celebrating 80 years of safer industrial and military emergency preparedness and response.
The Building Technologies Division of Siemens has launched two new innovative smoke detectors based on the aspiring smoke detector (ASD) model.
The Siemens Building Technologies Division unveils Sinteso FC2080 fire detection control panel. This control panel has multiple redundancies, supports up to 5,000 peripheral devices and improves availability. The extensive, scalable device is ideal for large installations.
The Siemens Building Technologies Division has introduced the swing fire detection system that provides superior flexibility and reliability. Swing integrates patented advanced signal analysis (ASA) technology with a failure-proof wireless network to enable optimal fire detection. The system can be used in places where it is impossible or undesirable to wire-in fire detectors.
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) researchers are in the process of creating an infrared measuring method to examine the thermal properties as well as composite materials that can resist fire.