Product Manger, Tim Kelley, demonstrates how to properly wire and use our Warrick Conductivity Controlers.
On October 26, BLOODHOUND SSC, a British supersonic land vehicle that is currently in development, made its first public run. In front of assembled media and guests, the 5.5-ton vehicle accelerated to 210 mph in 8.0 seconds from stationary. The trial was a significant milestone in testing the car’s systems as it continues its pursuit of reaching new World Land Speed Record of 800 mph in 2019 and 1,000 mph in 2020.
Gems Sensors & Controls, an Operating Company of Fortive, participated in Fortive's first annual Day of Caring. During the month of September, Fortive invited every team member across 25 Operating Companies to dedicate a day to community service, which resulted in an estimated 150,000 total volunteer hours donated.
Compact, durable and designed for reliable performance in a lightweight package is how we describe our LS-700 float type level sensor.
Not all of us respond well to pressure, but that’s exactly what happens with a pressure transducer. If you’ve wondered how they work, these devices convert pressure into an electrical output signal such as voltage, current, and frequency. Sensors, meanwhile, allow the transducers to proportionally react to the applied force of the pressure.
We’re shining the light on our new product: LED SureSite®. An update to our line of SureSite® visual indicators, this new SureSite® includes LEDs that make it easy to see the level of your tank in low light and dirty environments (where traditional units would get covered or be invisible). In fact, the bright LEDs provide a 270 degree viewing range, making it easy to view your LED SureSite® from virtually any vantage point and in direct sunlight.
Whether it’s for research or surgery, accuracy is essential in healthcare. That’s why medical practices need dependable equipment they can rely on. That’s where we come in to play! For more than two decades, Gems Sensors & Controls has been providing the medical industry with expertly engineered components and systems for a variety of healthcare solutions. We’re also ISO-13485 certificated and committed to providing our medical OEM customers service that consistently meets regulatory and quality requirements for the medical device industry.
During winter months and in extreme cold conditions, valve malfunctions can occur that can be extremely inconvenient and expensive. When malfunctions occur in these climates, users typically cite freezing of valves as a cause. However, tests have shown that this is perceived “freezing” and can in fact be prevented.