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Sensonics Ltd

North Bridge Road
United Kingdom

Telephone : 01442 876833
Fax : 01422 876477
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Seismic monitoring and protection 15/04/2019
Following the Fukushima incident the nuclear industry has a renewed focus on risk mitigation from extraordinary events caused by nature. Control Engineering Europe looks at the trends in seismic monitoring and protection systems, technologies adopted and current best practice driven by these enhanced risk management demands. Full Story...

Proximity probe holders for harsh environments 11/02/2018
SENSONICS has introduced the ECPHS eddy current probe holder which is designed for use with its range of API 670 compliant XPR04 proximity probes.   Full Story...

Comprehensive range of vibration sensing solutions for critical plant and equipment 26/06/2017
Sensonics has developed its range of 4-20mA sensing devices to a level which the company now believes that it represents one of the most comprehensive sets of vibration sensing solutions available for critical items of plant and equipment, such as motors, fans, pumps and compressors. Full Story...

Intelligent protection for small critical rotating plant 23/05/2014
Continuous protection and monitoring is becoming a vital requirement for many small but critical rotating plant as part of the process of improving efficiencies, reducing energy consumption and eliminating downtime. Full Story...

Cost-effective monitoring of rotating plant 28/01/2014
Protecting small but critical items of rotating plant is becoming increasingly important as the focus for industry is to continually improve efficiencies, reduce energy consumption and eliminate downtime.   Full Story...

Condition monitoring solution for refurbished blast furnace 01/10/2013
Turbo-blowers and their control systems are a vital component of the steel making process. Condition monitoring company, Sensonics, has recently been involved in a project involving the relighting of a blast furnace at the SSI steelworks in Redcar, on Teeside. Full Story...

Differential Expansion Measurement for Didcot A Power Station 01/02/2008
One of the challenges facing instrumentation engineers in the power generation sector is the accurate measurement of shaft growth relative to casing on large steam turbine rotor sections. Commonly referred to as differential expansion, this measurement technique is essential at various stages of the turbine. Full Story...

Sensonics bolsters Sentry 11/12/2006
Sensonics Ltd is set to boost its Sentry Overspeed Protection System by re-packaging it into a rack of 6 modules. Full Story...