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Gill WearDetect is a new condition based monitoring technology that protects critical rotating assets, increases up-time and provides an earlier view of wear trends in vital equipment.
Oil analysis, whether performed in a laboratory or via continuous monitoring by a sensor, provides one of the earliest warnings of impending machinery failure. Better still, using a sensor to monitor the internal component wear rate, in real-time, in-between receiving scheduled laboratory reports, gives you peace of mind 365 days a year, 24/7, keeping your machinery running.
This webinar provides information on an effective addition to a condition based monitoring (CBM) portfolio – Continuous Oil Debris Monitoring. This new approach to CBM allows earlier awareness of mechanical damage and maintenance needs, especially in scenarios such as variable load gearboxes and low speed systems where other techniques struggle to identify problems before it’s too late.
One of the country’s largest manufacturers of own label chilled pizza, with a 43% market share, relies on high production availability to meet the freshness and just-in-time delivery requirements of its customers. The costs - and reputational damage as a reliable supplier - of unplanned downtime and the consequent supply disruption are so significant that the company is willing to invest in protecting both its reputation and profits.
Measuring liquid levels in water utilities applications with a sensor that is immersed in the fluid seems counter intuitive for accurate and dependable measurement. The unique and innovative Gill 7014 sensor turns this view on its head with its non-stick maintenance free coating. Here we take a quick look at the key benefits the sensor offers.
Providing the industry with a sensor that provides accurate and reliable level measurement in fluids with solids contamination. A recent application shows how Gill helps a well known UK water utility company overcome one of the water industries toughest problems.
Optimising the flocculation process to ensure maximum effectiveness requires that the volumes of water being treated is known. By combining the dimensions of the flocculation tank with an accurate and reliable water level measurement, Gill helped a US water company improve water quality whilst reducing their costs.
Measuring tank levels in wastewater processing is a difficult task to carry out with repeated accuracy and reliability. Liquids containing contamination and suspended solids suggests that the best option for measuring liquid levels is to use a sensor that does not come into contact with the fluid itself, such as Ultrasonics, to try to minimise the potential of false reading caused by contamination build-up or corrosion.
However, the 7014 conductive sensor from Gill Sensors & Controls is challenging the assumption that non-contact is the best answer to the seemingly intractable problem of reliable level measurement.
First we take a quick look at 5 benefits of the conductive sensor and then some of the comparative drawbacks of ultrasonic devices.
As proud sponsors of Bloodhound SSC, we're very excited to be attending the first test run at Cornwall Newquay airport.
Watch the speed test run live and discover Gill's sensors embedded into the Bloodhound SSC.
Gill Sensors & Controls was approached because it offered durable and accurate capacitive liquid level sensors. The sensors are designed using solid-state technology with no moving parts and a tolerance of high temperatures which gives these sensors the reliability to meet the service specification of the locomotive.
The shock loads in Class 1 powerboat racing are so severe that the liquid level sensors supplied with the ballast tanks were only lasting 1 - 2 races. Read how, by fitting Gill liquid level sensors, the service life of the sensors went from weeks to 8 years.
View our infographic on the pitfalls of mechanical breakdown and how our new range of Condition Monitoring Sensors help maximise asset productivity through increased uptime.
Our inductive technology combined with powerful magnets have been utilised to produce a range of Oil Condition Monitoring Sensors. Find out the principles behind the technology and how it has been used in real applications to prevent system downtime.
Discover how our capacitive level sensing technology works and read examples of how we have designed custom level sensors for challenging environments.
Gill's patented induction technology has been developed and employed in a range of punishing environments. Learn how our technology is applied in a variety of industries.
Gill has vast experience developing custom ultrasonic flow sensors for liquids and gases. Discover how our technology has been used in a variety of high performance applications.
Find out more about the Gill Sensors and Controls all-in-one ignition and air/fuel engine control system.
Find out more about Gill's role as the official sensor provider for the Bloodhound SSC Land Speed record attempt.
Gill provides bespoke solutions to challenging requirements. Our expertise and track record of creating ruggedized sensors for harsh environments means you can trust Gill to deliver technologically advanced, durable products for operation critical scenarios.
The Terrier is a multi-function armoured digger, designed and built in the United Kingdom, to provide a wide variety of roles including obstacle and mine clearance, route opening and maintenance, digging-in, excavation and general engineer tasks.
Weighing 30 tonnes, Terrier can still reach speeds of almost 50mph. To ensure it can be used both night and day and provide operators with a full 360° surveillance capability, it is fitted with five on-board cameras and thermal imaging technology.
Potentially operating in combat zones - either with a crew or via remote control - dependable reliability is essential in such demanding and severe environments. Monitoring and controlling the sophisticated systems requires sensors that will also continue to function and provide reliable outputs in these challenging conditions.