Electromagnetic Field (EMF) Monitoring

Articles & Whitepapers

  • The principle of the industrial metal detector

    The principle of the industrial metal detector

    The industrial metal detector is based on the electromagnetic field theory whose developer is the Scottish physicist James Clerk Maxwell (1831–1879). Maxwell graduated from Cambridge University in 1854 and worked as a teacher in both Marischal College in Scotland and King’s College in London. In 1871 he was invited back to Cambridge University as a professor of Experimental Physics. ...

  • RTD vs Thermocouple

    The resistance temperature detector (RTD) and thermocouple are two examples of devices used to monitor temperatures. Because their function is so similar, the two are often mistaken. Despite this, ...

News

  • Wello joins consortium for the SafeWAVE project

    Wello joins consortium for the SafeWAVE project

    SafeWAVE aims to overcome non-technological barriers to marine renewable energy - specifically develop strategies focused on: Environmental research demonstration Consenting and planning; and Education and public engagement. The project will work to ...

Equipment & Solutions

  • Flow Meter
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    Flow Meter

    High accurate for full pipes: Cost-efficient alternative to conventional EMFs/mag meters. For continuous flow measurement in slight to heavily polluted media in full pipes less than DN 800.