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Data Loggers

Building & Structural Applications

For building, construction and maintenance applications, MadgeTech provides an array of data loggers designed to address numerous structural and efficiency concerns. For construction, Concrete data logger applications are vital to ensuring proper strength during the curing process. Specific data loggers have been designed for compatibility with a variety of sensors for Bridge Strain or Civil Engineering solutions to measure and monitor the safety of new or pre-existing structures.

Building maintenance applications requiring data loggers include monitoring the efficiencies of HVAC systems, Air Quality, Flow Rate and more. MadgeTech offers versatile data logging tools to help users ensure that buildings and other structures are sound and continue to maintain safety for years to come.

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Goodbye summer, hello fall! While we enjoy all the apple and pumpkin spice goods our hearts desire, we must be prepared for the unpredictable weather. The fluctuating temperatures make it impossible to pull the plug on the air conditioning, or to hold out on the heat for a few more weeks. Fact is, as much as we want to save a pretty penny, office temperature has a direct affect on productivity.

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Concrete curing sounds like a simple process, just combine the cement with water and wait for it to dry, right? Wrong! To maximize the strength of the concrete, you're going to have to control the moisture and temperature, so plan ahead of time.

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In the United States and Europe, government agencies have established regulations for the transportation of animals, including that shipping climates be maintained between 45°F to 85°F. However, there are no such standards in place for travelers in the sky, on the rails, or on the ground.

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Norway has become a country of "firsts" in the world of transportation, implementing measures such as banning gas-powered cars and boycotting cars from entering the capital's city center. Now, the nation has its sights set on the sea with a multi-million dollar plan that would help ships avoid the treacherous stretch of Norway's coastline.

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The wait is over, the MadgeTech Titan S8 Portable Data Acquisition Logger is now available to order! Equipped with eight input channels, this versatile data logger is the ultimate companion for industrial manufacturing engineers and much more.

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Energy efficient products all flooding the marketplace as people become more conscientious about the environment and saving money. In the U.S. alone, building efficiency products and services grew 8% last year, reaching $26.4 billion. With the advanced energy industry worth $200 in the U.S. and $1.4 trillion worldwide, it's no surprise energy efficient technology is now being applied to concrete.

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Americans cross over bridges about 185 million times a day, without giving much thought about whether or not it's safe. In a new report released by the American Road & Transportation Builders Association, out of the 612,000 bridges in the United States, nearly 56,000 have been deemed structurally deficient.

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3D printers are paving the way in industries across-the-board, making it easier and cheaper to manufacture products on the fly. Whether it's for personal use or business, a 3D printer will cost you a pretty penny. For all of us who don't have plans on dishing out that dough, we can just be in awe of a contractor from Minnesota who built a 3D printer that could change the future of architecture.

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