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Data Loggers for Bridge & Strain Applications

Data Loggers

Bridge & Strain Applications

MadgeTech's bridge and strain series data loggers are designed for use with strain gauges, load cells, pressure transducers and in other civil engineering applications where the collection of strain data is required. These easy-to-use devices are an ideal solution for replacing costly strip chart recorders.

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Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC) is a new form of concrete that is more environmentally friendly than typical concrete. What makes this stand out from traditional concrete is the way that it is cured. Instead of being left to cure naturally, this concrete is aerated in an autoclave. This new discovery could change the way concrete is produced worldwide.

In the long run, this form of concrete could help end users save a substantial amount on water and energy, even though high energy autoclaves are used in producing this concrete, manufacturers say it takes 50% less energy to make because of the lower Portland cement content by volume. Portland cement being one of the primary ingredients of concrete.

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On hot summer days, sitting in your office with no air conditioning, do you feel as if you don't get as much work done? If so, you are not alone; this is true for people all over the world. A recent study revealed that a company's output and overall efficiency is drastically lowered in warmer climates.

Although companies can't control their weather and external temperature, they do have control over one crucial aspect of their company's efficiency; providing and maintaining a quality HVAC system. Regardless of the outside temperature, an HVAC system can allow employers to ensure the working environment is kept at a consistent and comfortable temperature.

            

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This past year Singapore has experienced a chain of heavy equipment related accidents, specifically with mobile cranes, prompting (MOM) the Ministry of Manpower step in. In the year 2014 there were 3 fatalities and 12 injuries involving the use of mobile cranes at construction locations and worksites.

Between January 19th and March 9th of this year, there were a total of 10 mobile crane related incidents in Singapore. Some of the accidents involved a mobile crane falling over at a construction site, one involved a mobile crane crashing into the driveway of a house next door. Fortunately, these accidents did not involve any serious injuries, but it gained the attention of MOM and highlighted the dangers posed to crane operators, construction workers and the general public. These incidents prompted the group to take a closer look at safety precautions that should be taken to prevent further injuries or fatalities. 

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