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  • News - 20 Oct 2010
    Automated Control Engineering Group (A.C.E.) and weber Sensors launched their innovative ultra-small vent-captor for use in Australian medical sectors. The advanced tiny type 3505 / 3022.30...
  • News - 15 Oct 2010
    Advanced Thermal Solutions has released a new safety system of laboratory equipments and sensing solutions called the iTHERM-100 experimental platform for performing studies based on monitoring the...
  • News - 6 Aug 2010
    Black smoke from a vehicle¡¦s engine signals over-fuelling and the black colour results from the carbon particles that are unburned during gas combustion. Over-fuelling rarely occurs in...
  • News - 26 Jul 2010
    Trolex’s TX5920 Vortex Air Flow sensors along with STX3241 and STX3261 toxic and flammable gas detectors have been utilized to regulate the carbon monoxide, methane and air flow in...
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    Sensirion is a leading Swiss high-tech company. They develops and produces high-quality sensor components and systems for a variety of OEM applications. Sensirion has established itself in the global...
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    We are developer, manufacturer and supplier of measurement systems for the water industry. Since more than 50 years NIVUS is active in the field of flow and level metering and is one of the worldwide...
  • Article - 30 Aug 2019
    Mass air flow sensors are a type of sensor used to measure mass air flow; working out the rate of gas passing through a given point at a given time.
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    For nearly a century, General Tools has been a recognized leader in the design and development of precision specialty tools, committed to innovation and dedicated to delivering exceptional customer...
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    Since 1971, Extech Instruments has focused on Test and Measurement tools built for the professionals, tradesperson and DIY’ers. Our single source strategy has made us the brand to turn to when...
  • Article - 30 Aug 2019
    Contamination is one of the most common causes of mass air flow sensor malfunction, so being able to clean and test sensors can prolong their lifetime.