NCWM Announces Weights and Measures Week: March 1-7, 2016

The theme for the 2016 Weights and Measures Week is “Weights and Measures – More than Meets the Eye”

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Lincoln, NB, USA  —  (PRWEB) March 01, 2016  —  Weights and Measures Week is celebrated March 1-7 each year to commemorate John Adams signing the first United States weights and measures law on March 2, 1799.

Weights and measures responsibilities in the marketplace have expanded well beyond simple scales and meters and include much more than meets the eye. In addition to testing gas pumps and grocery store scales, today’s weights and measures officials are responsible for regulating a sophisticated, fast moving marketplace. Continue reading

New Color Light Measurement Sensor LEX-100

With four programmable color recognition channels

lex-1000_orangeCleveland, OH, USA — The LEX-1000 Color Light Measurement Sensor measures the relative color characteristics of a wide variety of light sources and illuminated objects.

The LEX-1000 Color Light Measurement Sensor is the perfect solution for:

  • Evaluation of all visible light sources,
  • Comparative light measurement,
  • LED, relative color measurement, and
  • LCD and LED display quality

TheLEX-1000 Color Light Measurement Sensor analyzes light for its constituent RGB (red, green, blue) values. Continue reading

Endress+Hauser Releases Loading Metering Skids

A certified solution for custody transfer of light hydrocarbons

See it at the International Liquid Terminals Association show | 1-3 June | Houston TX

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Greenwood IN, USA — Endress+Hauser introduces the Loading Metering Skid (LMS), a certified solution for custody transfer of light hydrocarbons including gasoline, diesel, jet fuel and marine gas to and from tanker trucks, railcars and ships.

The skid includes a Promass Coriolis mass flow meter, batch controller, grounding system, temperature sensor, digital start-stop valve, Y-strainer, isolation valves, frame, piping, an Ex d junction box, and other associated components.

The skid is certified for custody transfer per MID Directive 2004/22/EC, Class 0.5. Continue reading