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  1. Inspection & Measurement

    The new thicknessSENSOR is a non-contact, wear-free laser sensor that offers accurate thickness measurement of plate and strip materials with measurement range of 10 – 25mm.

  2. Leak Testing

    Bestech Australia introduces the OX2/231, an oxygen permeability tester to determine oxygen transmission rate of film and package products, including plastic films, composite films, sheeting, plastic bottles, plastic bags and other packages.

  3. Materials Testing

    Bestech Australia has introduced new, cost-effective dual-column universal material testing machines. The test machines offer five different models, specifically designed for different force ranges for material tests all the way up to 100kN.

  4. Measurement Laser Systems

    Laser profile scanning sensors measure two- and/or three dimension acquisition of the profiles on various scanning surfaces of the targets.

  5. Pressure Gauges

    Bestech Australia introduces the DP15, a variable reluctance pressure transducer capable of very low to high pressure measurement with low power consumption.

  6. Pressure Gauges

    Bestech Australia introduces a Flush Diaphragm Piezo-resistive Pressure Transmitter for the food and beverage industry to monitor pressure and level in pipes, tanks and filters.

  7. Pressure Gauges

    Bestech Australia offers the P895 Pressure Transducer for applications requiring high accuracy and outstanding performance through ambient temperature changes.

  8. Test & Measurement

    Bestech Australia introduces a new series of Digital Panel Meters with rotation, speed, and flow rate measurements. The WPMZ series addresses issues from previous meters such as complicated operation and displays that are hard to read.

  9. Accelerometers

    Variable Capacitance (VC) Accelerometers are dominant product of MEMS for both research field and sales market.

  10. Accelerometers

    Strain gauge based accelerometers use strain gauges acting as arms of a full Wheatstone bridge to convert mechanical strain to a DC output voltage that varies with the applied acceleration.