RWT430/440 series transducer

When two is better than one

Available in other languages: Sensor Technology, the company that developed practical non-contact torque measurement, will once again unveil a major innovation at the M-Tec Exhibition. New for 2008 is TorqSense RWT330/340 series, designed for use in applications where space is limited. Like other units in the TorqSense family, the RWT330/340... Read More

Torque of the web

Torque monitoring specialists Sensor Technology has redeveloped its website to make it easier to use and provide relevant information to visitors as quickly as possible. It has simultaneously updated its brochures to explain its non-contact technology in a clear, concise format. The home page of the website gives a three-paragraph... Read More

Gongs Galore

Sensor Technology picked up its second prestigious overseas award of the year at Asia’s premier industrial exhibition in July, following on from a similar success at Sensors 2006 in Chicago in May. Both awards were for the new digital TorqSense RWT310/320 series non-contact torque monitoring transducer, which has been receiving... Read More

New Premises enable global expansion

Expansion plans have been put in train at high technology torque measuring company Sensor Technology, with a move to additional premises for the operational staff and several other initiatives to prepare the company for a period of sustained growth. The new building is at Heyford Park near Oxford and houses... Read More

German Manufacturers Talk Sense

British innovation looks set to storm through Germany industry, following the massive interest generated by the launch of Sensor Technology’s new non-contact torque sensor at the Hannover Fair. To date measuring torque in a rotating shaft has involved complicated engineering to set up a system of slip rings or other... Read More

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