Measurement & Testing techniques are vital for keeping quantifiable measurements of our calculations. Naturally we want to do the most precise and most accurate job for our clients, which is why Measurement & Testing is essential no matter which industry we work in. The more high-tech we go, the better we can engage with our work to make it as simple and effective as possible.
The range of Measurement & Testing options available on the online ProjectLink database is staggering, with more ways than one to achieve the same result, dependant on time and money. Electronic Inclinometers are perfect for those working in science-based industries, while multi-component rotary force sensors allow us to measure torque, force and angle rotation.
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