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Instrumentation: Measurement, Processing & Analysis

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New Tritex Multigauge 5600 Dorchester based Tritex NDT have launched their new Mul- tigauge 5600 general purpose thickness gauge. The new upgraded gauge, based on the already very popular original Multigauge 5600, has new fea- tures including a large modern color display and an easy to use clear graphic menu. The gauge has been designed in line with Tritex?s concept of simple, ac- curate and robust. Intuitive menus allow for easy navigation whilst the gauge has added fea-tures to improve performance. The gauge uses the Multiple Echo technique to ignore coat-ings up to 6mm thick and just measures the metal substrate. No grinding or removal of the coatings is required, signi cantly reducing preparation time and ultimately saving both time and money when carrying out SeaBlazeX: Underwater Light Lumitec introduces the SeaBlazeX underwater light. The SeaBlazeX is the latest offering in Lumitec?s industry-lead- ing Seablaze line and features twice the useable light of the SeaBlaze3. Completely surface mount, the SeaBlazeX hous- ing is constructed of carefully formulated bronze alloy with a designed underwater service life of more than 50 years. The circuitry is self-contained and tested to rigorous mili-tary standards for EMI, transient voltages, tem- perature extremes and mechanical shock and vibration. A wire guard protects the power wire and offers a clean, pro- fessional appearance on the inside of the vessel. Exclusive thermal fold- back technology ensures the light can operate above water inde nitely without damage. And with a lower pro le and smaller footprint than most other lights, mounting options are no longer limited to wide  at transom areas. The SeaBlazeX is currently in production, with shipments commencing in January. Email: April 30 - May 1, 2013 ? Learn how your business can be a part of this growing economy ? Familiarize yourself with the infrastructure capabilities for ocean research in the Yaquina Bay region ? Attend engaging presentations and tours of port and research facilitiesHALLMARK RESORT and HATFIELD MARINE SCIENCE CENTERCome learn about the current state of major marine research projects on the Oregon Coast! A $1 billion investment in ocean observation infrastructure has helped make Newport, Oregon oneof the fastest growing marine research centers in the United States. Register Today! ?Hosted by ? Yaquina Bay Ocean Observing Initiative Keynote Address by Dr. Rick Spinrad Vice President of Research, Oregon State University MTR #2 (66-80).indd 71MTR #2 (66-80).indd 713/7/2013 9:53:02 AM3/7/2013 9:53:02 AM

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