SST Sensing

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SST Sensing Ltd.
5 Hagmill Crescent
Shawhead Industrial Estate
Coatbridge
ML5 4NS
United Kingdom

Phone: +44(0)1236 459020

Web: www.sstsensing.com


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Heavy duty liquid level switch

Heavy duty liquid level switch
SST Sensing’s Optomax Industrial Glass devices are targeted at installation within harsh industrial environments. Thanks to their stainless steel construction and glass sensor tip, these single point liquid level switches are said to exhibit elevated operational robustness. As a result, these devices are highly suited to applications where they are exposed to extreme temperatures (up to 125°C) and high pressures (up to 600bar).
4th November 2017

Screw-fit oxygen sensor enhances user convenience

Screw-fit oxygen sensor enhances user convenience
A supplier of advanced gas and fluid sensing technology, SST Sensing, continues to expand its portfolio of high accuracy oxygen sensor devices. The zirconia screw fit housing option provides engineers with the basis for a simple to implement solution, where only the sensor head itself is exposed to the sample gas environment.
21st July 2016

Compact Dynamic Oxygen Sensor Delivers Elevated Performance over Prolonged Period

Compact Dynamic Oxygen Sensor Delivers Elevated Performance over Prolonged Period
In order to meet the demands of modern oxygen monitoring applications, SST Sensing Ltd has developed the Zirconia Miniature series of sensors. Supplied space saving 12mm diameter metal cans, these 5-pin devices possess an array of attributes to maximize their effectiveness at measuring oxygen levels in virtually any environment.
7th July 2016


GCU awarded £140,000 for oxygen sensor development

GCU (Glasgow Caledonian University) researchers are collaborating with SST Sensing to develop new sensors, which measure levels of oxygen in the air for a wide range of industrial applications. Funded by a two-year Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP), from which GCU will be awarded £140,000, the partners aim to develop next-gen small, low-cost gaseous oxygen sensors.
10th March 2015


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