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Gems UK web relaunch aids sensor and valve specification

08 August 2012

Gems Sensors & Controls has launched a new, user-friendly UK website offering ease of navigation and increased functionalitythat will assist engineers in the specification and use of sensors and miniature solenoid valves.The UK site now provides design, production, manufacturing and process engineers with a wealth of informationabout Gems’ comprehensive range of products and services, and is set to become a valued resource of technical advice and information.

The website contains a host of features, news items, case studies and product informationthat can be located via logical pathways and clear directions, enabling the user to browse quickly to the required destination with the minimum of mouse clicks. In particular, the product section has been thoughtfully laid out with information divided into bullet-pointed product summaries, in-depth product instruction bulletins for download, and useful explanations of operating principles, offering the user the opportunity to viewboth concise and detailed information about the component in question.

With the on-going technical advancements in switches and sensors and the ever-escalating levels of legislation faced by so many applications, the need to evaluate material specification, design and application criteria are now important factors for engineers to consider. The new UK website for Gems Sensors & Controls makes this task a little easier.

The new Gems Sensors & Controls website is online now at

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