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Sick add temperature sensors.

Sick has extended its innovative Industrial Instrumentation offering with a range of temperature sensors, now enabling customers to benefit from the quality and reliability of Sick products in all core process technologies for level, flow, pressure and temperature control.

Since its launch three years ago, Sick's Industrial Instrumentation Division has grown to deliver comprehensive factory process engineering applications, all benefiting from the Sick product pedigree of quality, robustness and reliability.

The five new temperature transmitters for measurement and monitoring of liquids and gases offer customers the complete choice from basic temperature switches through to hygienic-grade thermometers designed for controlled environments such as the food and beverage and pharmaceutical industries.

Each new Sick TBS, TCT, TBT, TSP or THT sensor meets the company's rigorous standards for rugged design, universal application, adaptability and quick installation and commissioning.

Sick's Industrial Instrument product specialist Darren Pratt says: "More and more plant engineers are realising the benefits of rationalising their sensing and detection needs into fewer suppliers. Our aim is to support the industry in hard-pressed times with a true one-source sensing offering from initial process and automated manufacture to packaging and despatch.

"Sick products have an established reputation for high quality and excellent value for the performance. With 'one-stop' access to world-leading technologies we can develop partnerships with our customers supporting correct specification and recommend solutions to production problems on the ground."

SICK's Industrial Instrumentation range now encompasses five ranges of temperature transmitters, eight level sensor technologies, five families of pressure sensors and two different flow metering solutions. With a range of technologies to ensure the optimum choice for any application, and a comprehensive selection of designs and fittings including hygienic stainless steel models to meet FDA and EHEDG guidelines, the industrial sensors cover virtually every aspect of process and manufacturing control.

"Many processors and manufacturers find that previous piecemeal approaches to improving automation and efficiency have left them with a ragbag legacy of sensing equipment often prone to obsolescence," adds Darren. "Until now, few manufacturers could offer comprehensive support with the same quality and price/performance values across the whole range."

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Title Annotation:TECHNOLOGY
Publication:Food Trade Review
Date:Sep 1, 2012
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