Interested in engineering? This could be for you…
When: November 4th – 5th, 2015
Where: Birmingham International Convention Centre
Stand no: H185
About Advanced Engineering
Testo are exhibiting at Advanced Engineering UK at the NEC, Birmingham on the 4th and 5th November 2015. This 2 day event is the UK’s only business forum and supply chain showcase dedicated to all areas and applications of advanced engineering. Join thousands of engineering professionals at the UK’s only business forum and supply chain showcase dedicated to all areas and applications of advanced engineering.
Whether you are a visitor or an exhibitor, Advanced Engineering will provide you with sourcing, partnering and business intelligence opportunities within your own sector, and introduce you to new opportunities in industries using related technologies and services.
Come and visit us
Here at testo we manufacture a vast array of test and measurement equipment for engineers all around the world. Visit us on Stand H185 to find out how testo instruments can help you to work even more efficiently and accurately. We will be showcasing a variety of equipment, but here’s a quick snapshot of what will be on display:
If you work in the food or pharmaceutical industry for example, you will have refrigeration requirements in transport and the management of the cold chain process between manufacturer and customer. Accurate monitoring and avoiding interruption of the cold chain process is important for Quality Control, Avoiding Financial Loss and Protecting the health of the consumer or patient.
Testo 184 data loggers are perfect for monitoring conditions at all points of the cold chain
With the testo 184 data loggers, you can monitor every step of the cold chain. The Data Loggers travel on your behalf in freight and loading rooms to monitor temperatures, humidity and shock/impact during the transport of sensitive goods on rail, in the air or on the road.
At their destination, you can see at a glance whether the configured limit values have been maintained and adhered to. For instant, detailed information you can connect the 184 data logger to a PC and produce a PDF report immediately.
From entry level cameras typically used for heating and electrical inspections and surveys, through to high end cameras for optimising high temperature processes and research. We are already offering Free SuperResolution technology and at Advanced engineering there might even be a surprise addition which is even more affordable…
An example of a thermal camera being used to locate an overheating cable
Testo Saveris 2 system’s cloud technology allows information to be stored and accessed remotely. If temperature or humidity levels fluctuate beyond acceptable levels, an alert is sent by SMS and email. Data is extracted and stored wirelessly and can be accessed by simply logging into the secure cloud location. Saveris 2 can be accessed via a computer, tablet or smartphone.
Strengths of using Saveris 2 include:
- Easy access to reports wherever you are via mobile, tablet or PC
- Automatic SMS and email alerts
- Monitors both temperature & humidity
- Low cost and simple to use
- Free cloud licensing
Testo’s Saveris 2 makes it easier than ever to monitor climatic conditions
Interested in attending?
Click here to book your free place at Advanced Engineering UK.
To find out more about Testo instruments, visit our website testolimited.com or call us on 01420 566 841.
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