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.
We think our LS-3 Float Type Level Sensor is pretty awesome. The LS-3 Series is designed for reliable performance in a compact package and despite it being lightweight, its durability is not compromised. The material options for stem and pressure floats offer high reliability in a variety of level applications including blood analyzers, water purifiers, printing and air conditioning systems.
Just like a drill won’t work with a nail, the type of pressure sensor you’re using for a given application matters. What performs well when measuring oil and gas, for example, may not be the best fit for hydraulics.
The current land speed record is 763.035 mph. The BLOODHOUND SSC Project hopes to set a new record of 1000 mph.
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.
The XLS-1 is a reliable and rugged no moving part level sensor, designed to handle harsh environments. The XLS-1 features a compact design which allows for maximum installation flexibility. It features six mounting options to ensure the sensor fits into a wide range of applications. The unique ultrasonic sensing technology enables the XLS-1 to reliably sense oil, water, and harsh chemicals, while ignoring foam and condensation.