Delta-T Devices Ltd.
Delta-T offers a wide range of data loggers and sensors able to measure and record hydrological, meteorological and other environmental parameters. Our products provide direct measurements of the forces and effects that renewable energy and other environmental technologies attempt to harness, control or monitor.
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- Industry Type:
- Monitoring and Testing - Soil and Groundwater Monitoring
- Market Focus:
- Globally (various continents)
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This company also provides solutions for other industrial applications.
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Cambridge based Delta-T Devices has been at the forefront of measurement technology for environmental science since 1971.
Our experienced R&D team often collaborates with leading academic institutes to develop exciting new technologies – and we have gained a strong global reputation for innovative sensors and data loggers.
The expertise we have amassed over nearly 50 years of product design and manufacture means that customers can have high levels of trust in our instruments and advice. Many of our products are still being used in critical applications decades after purchase.
We place a strong emphasis on after-sales care, and our dedicated technical support team enjoy assisting with any issues that may arise. Their attention to detail and willingness to go the extra mile means that a high percentage of our business is generated by return customers.
Delta-T Devices instruments are routinely used in leading climate change, food security and irrigation research, and we are proud to be involved in these critical areas of scientific concern.
Our company aim is to continue to supply scientists and growers with the accurate and reliable instruments they need to help address the major environmental issues challenging our world.
Delta-T Devices is a co-operative company, owned and managed by the members who work within it. Co-operative working creates a highly professional environment and Delta-T Devices staff share a high level of commitment to the company and our customers.
Delta-T Devices instruments measure and record fundamental variables needed by scientists and engineers. Our policy is to continually improve and extend the capabilities of those instruments, using the most up to date theory and technologies.
Our experienced development team achieves a high rate of design innovation. Some projects are completely in-house, but others take the form of collaborative projects with leading institutions in many countries.
Delta-T Devices is proud to have achieved ISO 9001 certification. Awarded to Delta-T Devices in August 2011, ISO 9001 is an international standard in use worldwide as a benchmark for quality. The award follows a thorough assessment of our quality management systems by the highly respected British Standards Institution (BSI).
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Delta-T Devices has retained thousands of loyal customers all over the world who value the reliability, performance and long-term service that we provide. Their feed-back is incorporated into many product designs to create a process of continuous improvement.
Delta-T Devices has an international network of representatives who can provide local sales and service in most countries. Export sales account for more than 75% of Delta-T Devices’s business and we pride ourselves on the high standard of support given to our overseas customers.
Our capabilities go beyond straight-forward instrument sales – we can also supply whole systems, including computers if required. Typical examples are automatic weather stations and logging systems for multi-point soil moisture measurement.
We have adopted the following statement to explain our sales policy: “We aim to manufacture and sell instruments for use in work beneficial to the environment and directly related to human and animal welfare. As a matter of conscience, we reserve the right not to sell our instruments to people or institutions involved in military work, tobacco research, environmentally destructive practices and factory farming.”