Process Sensing Technologies Companies, Michell Instruments and Ntron will be presenting the combined offering for additive manufacturing at the Formnext exhibition in Frankfurt.
Formnext is the leading exhibition and conference dedicated to additive manufacturing, and all its related processes. The show forms a focal point for experts from industry sectors as diverse as automotive, aerospace, medical technology and electrical engineering.
Ntron has established itself as a market leader in oxygen measurement for additive manufacturing. The company’s range includes the SILO2 oxygen analyser, which was specifically designed to meet the requirement for a low cost SIL2 oxygen measurement for inertisation applications within additive manufacturing.
The SILO2 Oxygen Analyser meets the requirements of IEC 61508 SIL2. It is designed for safe area installation with a single-input intrinsically safe connection for a variety of hazardous area located ATEX certified Ntron oxygen sensors, via an integral galvanic isolation barrier.
Michell Instruments has over 40 years of experience in producing humidity transmitters and analyzers for industrial processes where dryness is essential for product quality. The Easidew series of dew-point transmitters has a choice of 5/8” UNF, 3/4” UNF, G 1/2” process connections and 4-20 mA output for easy integration in to modern 3D printers. Its measurement range is between -110 up to +20°C dew point, for processes where dryness is essential. The intrinsically safe Easidew I.S. has global certification for use in hazardous areas.
Formnext runs from 19th to 22nd November in Frankfurt am Main. Visit Ntron and Michell in hall 11.0, stand A31.