T&M News

Offshore Technology Conference in Houston – Grieve Ovens & Down-Hole/Top-Side Sensors!

Offshore Technology Conference in Houston – Grieve Ovens & Down-Hole/Top-Side Sensors! Come see our down-hole and top-side sensors at the OTC show in Houston next week!   Dytran (vibration, shock, and pressure sensors) and Interface Force (load and torque sensors) have teamed up at booth 8311 at the Offshore Technology Conference next week, May 2nd – 5th in Houston, TX.  We are showing off some of our technologies for down-hole measure-while-drilling, wireline solutions, and top-side sensors with hazardous location approvals for explosive atmospheres.  We do have a few extra VIP customer passes, so please let us know if you need one of those.  We only have 2 or 3 left so this is on a first-come, first-serve basis.  If you are planning on coming to see us and would like to discuss with an engineer, please let us know when you’re coming to visit.  Thanks and we’ll hopefully see you next week!   Come see Grieve Ovens at the OTC Continue Reading

Rotating Equipment Instrumentation: 4 Announcements from T&M Instruments!

Rotating Equipment Instrumentation: 4 Announcements from T&M Instruments! Update #1: An iPad-based route data collector FINALLY has hazardous location approvals! Using an iPad as the heart of a data collector makes sense:  massive processing power, small, GPS receiver, camera, and Wi-Fi were all tools that were unheard of in traditional route data collectors.  For a full datasheet to review, click here. Or if you need a demo click here to contact us.  We stand at the ready for a quote and/or a demo, just ask. Update #2: T&M Instruments now carries the GP:50 brand of melt pressure sensors. For anyone dealing with plastics, melt pressure monitoring is safety critical and process critical.  Many people aren’t happy with the accuracy and reliability of their data.  Results varies with temperature, and from sensor to sensor.  GP:50’s are Made in the U.S.A..  Don Johnston of GP:50 is a world renowned global expert on melt pressure instruments. As part of T&M’s new agreement with GP:50, he’s agreed Continue Reading