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Bronkhorst UK Newsletter
Bronkhorst UK - Number 317 - www.bronkhorst.co.uk

Dear |name|,

Spring is here, the sky is blue, the air is warm and the daffodils are adding a much needed splash of colour the landscape. Spring has a tradition of out with the old and in with the new, cleaning and making a fresh start, at Bronkhorst UK we are no different and we suggest this would be an excellent opportunity to make use of our service and calibration facility, George and Elliot are here to help if you do.
This month we are talking about various and interesting applications in our blog series, it goes out on LinkedIn every Tuesday, you can follow us on LinkedIn to get regular updates on applications, products and ideas.

As always, if you have any feedback or questions then please get in touch.

Kind Regards

James


Customized low flow measurement systems to support winning Solution factories

At Bronkhorst® we’ve experienced an increase in the demand for skids: a customized system that consists of various types of instruments such as liquid and gas flow meters and an evaporator. In this blog post we explain why we think that there is a correlation between an increasing demand for skids and the ability to compete in competitive industries.

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Still waiting to buy a hydrogen car?

Green Team Twente makes a move in the right direction

Everyone knows the battery-electric Tesla’s. In 2012, they introduced their model S which gave the sales of electric vehicles a boost in countries like the US, China, UK, Norway and the Netherlands. During the same year, Green Team Twente was founded at the University of Twente, the Netherlands. They did a great job by building a magnificent hydrogen car, which won the first place at the European Championship for ultra-efficient hydrogen cars.

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A digital alternative to traditional rotameters/VA-meters/purge meters

The first Variable Area (VA) meter with rotating float was invented by Karl Kueppers in Aachen in 1908. The device was patented in Germany that same year. Felix Meyer was among the first to recognize the significance of Kueppers’ work and implemented the process for offering the meter for sale. In 1909, the firm of "Deutsche Rotawerke GmbH" was created in Aachen (Germany). They improved this invention with new shapes of the float and of the glass tube. It didn’t take long for the new device to capture attention in Europe, the United Kingdom, and other areas.

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