Sensonics Ltd. - PRODUCT NEWS
NEW CATALOGUE, NEW PRODUCTS
AND LIVE DEMOS FROM SENSONICS.
Predictive Maintenance specialists Sensonics will be releasing their new 20 page Vibration Transducer Catalogue and displaying other detailed technical literature at the Maintec exhibition (Stand F9). The new brochure offers a wide range of solutions for a vast range of applications and environments including those suitable for slow rotating machinery (down to 0.1Hz/6RPM), High Temperature (450°C), Underwater (IP68), Hazardous Area (ATEX) and Radiation Resistant to name but a few.
Visitors will be able to talk directly to sales engineers concerning the companys NEW SIL3 (IEC61508) Overspeed Protection System designed to deal with turbine and feed pump failures in the power generation industry. The system has been designed in a compact 19" x 3U equipment rack of six modules, comprising three Sentry speed/overspeed monitor modules, a 2 out of 3 voting module with trip defeat and half speed trip facilities and two power supply modules which together offer dual redundancy. The modules including the power supplies are Hot Swappable.
Stand visitors will additionally be invited to check out Sensonics new SIL2 rated Fan or Centrifuge Protection with DN2611 Dual Channel Vibration Protection Monitor. Ideal for centrifuge casing and bearing vibration monitoring, the system provides a relay interface for alarms and vibration transducer integrity.
Due to its success at Maintec 2006, Sensonics will also again be demonstrating a rotating machine simulator that can demonstrate various rotating machinery fault conditions, whilst at the same time observing monitoring and trending instrumentation in action.
For those not able to attend Maintec 2007, full details of the Sensonics range can be found on www.sensonics.co.uk or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or telephoning +44 (0)1422 876833.
For further information, please contact:-
Northbridge Road, Berkhamsted HP4 1EF.UK
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