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The Low Cost Leak Detection Solution for Expensive and Critical Systems

The increased use of small and metro cell technology has resulted in a growing number of units being delpoyed in locations which are difficult to access and not subject to regular inspections. Enclosures, cabinets and housings of these cells are at risk of fluid ingress, putting critical electronic systems and the end users’ service at…

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Get Your FREE Admission Ticket to Sensor + Test 2015 19-21 Sept

SST Sensing Ltd are giving away FREE admission tickets to Sensor + Test 2015. We will be exhibiting at the show, stand 12-584. Please come along and see what new products we have on offer.

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Glasgow Caledonian Researchers and SST Sensing to Develop New Industry Sensors

Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) researchers are collaborating with SST Sensing, manufacturer of electronic fluid and gas sensors, to develop new sensors which measure levels of oxygen in the air for a wide range of industrial applications. Funded by a two-year Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP), from which GCU will be awarded £140,000, the partners aim to develop…

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SST Sensing to Launch Universal Gas Transmitter for Single Gas Detection

SST Sensing Ltd (UK) have been providing robust and reliable gas sensing solutions to industry for over a decade. Their goal is to deliver a range of cost effective, high quality gas sensing instruments which exactly meet the customers’ application requirements. SST achieve this by offering a wide range of options from a basic single gas sensor to a…

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Float Switch Technology Replacement With Electronic Sensor For Cost Reduction

Our customer was using a stainless steel electro mechanical float switch to measure high levels of oil in a tank. The float switch had an M18 stainless steel thread and was electrically specified at 240v AC or 24v DC (The customer was using the 24v DC option) and the customer stipulated that the M18 mounting thread and the electrical…

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Sick Building Syndrome and indoor climate control

The problem of high levels of CO2 in ambient air appears to be a modern one. Yet, this is not one of the new fads that crop up from time to time and then disappear again, never to be mentioned again. It is, indeed, a modern problem, caused by the improvements in building standards and…

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SST Sensors Used In Military Generators

SST were approached to supply all of the sensing and control requirements for a range of battlefield generators. Our customer had a requirements to capture a range of data from the generator which required a range of sensing and control requirements. Each unit requires the following: Temperature Sensor Temperature Switch Pressure Sensor Pressure Switch Fluid Level Sensor The housings and electronics…

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Emergency Cut-off Switch Solves Shearing Health & Safety Issue

Our customer, a leading supplier of shearing equipment, found an inherent health & safety issue with their sheep shearing units. It was found that when the shearing blades became blocked with excess wool, the blades stopped cutting but the motor continued to run, when the blockage was cleared, the blades immediately began to cut again….

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Glasgow Caledonian Researchers and SST Sensing to Develop New Industry Sensors

Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) researchers are collaborating with SST Sensing, manufacturer of electronic fluid and gas sensors, to develop new sensors which measure levels of oxygen in the air for a wide range of industrial applications. Funded by a two-year Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP), from which GCU will be awarded £140,000, the partners aim to develop…

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A Breath of Fresh Air is Easier Said than Done

Deprived Indoor Air Quality can shrink a person’s ability to execute specific mental activities requiring concentration and memory. Dry itchy eyes, fatigue, headache, shortness of breath, dizziness and nausea are all symptoms an individual can experience when in an environment where the air quality is poor. Carbon Dioxide is taken to be the main indicator…

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