CALIBER DESIGN 20 CALLAGHAN INNOVATION 22 AUCKLAND UNLIMITED 24 EXHIBITOR LISTINGS 32 THE EMEX WALL OF FAME 54 PRODUCT INDEX
Sales/Event Manager Aad van der Poel
Managing Director Brent Spillane
EMEX 40th ANNIVERSARY! Welcome to New Zealand’s largest engineering and manufacturing innovation trade show. A trade show that has spanned four decades showcasing new technology, products, solutions and know-how. It’s highly appropriate that we recognise the long legacy of this show given that this is our 40th anniversary. Andy Hobbs along with his team had much initiative and drive during EMEX’s infancy to grow this show from it’s foundations before it was handed to dmg World Media (part of the Daily Mail Group UK) and then subsequently XPO. As the subsequent owners and organisers, we too have worked hard to further the show and continue a great relationship with Andy, Greg, Keith, Lisa and the wider team at Hayley Media, publishers of Engineering News industry magazine. A special mention across all our media partners, and the 180+ exhibitors and industry associations who stayed the course to EMEX 2021 after our unavoidable 2020 postponement (along with 17 other shows we rescheduled). As event organisers we work hard to advocate the importance of events like EMEX in kick starting the economy again. At no other time has an event like this been so important to the recovery of the sector. A big thank you too for the resilience and resolve of our loyal industry visitors. We’ve had a strong pre-registration that will see many thousands visit EMEX over the 3 days. Buoyed by the exhibitor new product innovations and a larger than ever schedule of speakers and special features means you will not leave disappointed. So what have we got lined up for you? For starters, four very full exhibition halls packed with thousands of new products, solutions and technology. The Innovation Quarter featuring examples of the latest Kiwi technologies; launch of the Industry 4 Demonstration Network - a dedicated mobile showcase that begins it’s nationwide journey at EMEX; Manufacturing Futures series of presentations; Callaghan Innovation Workshops presenting what Industry 4.0 can achieve for your business; the ever popular DfAM course with Professor Olaf Diegel; Auckland Unlimited’s Business Support Hub with free business growth advice; show specials; onsite prizes and so much more!! This year’s line up of workshops and seminars is the biggest ever, delivering close to 30 free sessions for all visitors to attend. Several highlights include NZ’s very own Rocket Man, Peter Beck from Rocket Lab - his keynote session on Monday at 11.30am is set to be full to capacity so be sure to arrive early. On Tuesday Callaghan Innovation host the Manufacturing Futures series presenting how the advanced and connected technologies of Industry 4.0 can help your business secure a bright future. Add to this a Design for Additive Manufacturing Course and a dedicated series of Innovation Workshops the biggest challenge for you is to ensure you plan your time well so as not to miss any of it! Finally, as a major event organiser and collaborator of the Events Safety Code, XPO asks that you please download and scan upon entry the government Covid app to help trace contact record your attendance (in addition to familiarising yourself of all safety signage, liberally utilising hand santiser and staying home if you are unwell). Have a great show!
General Manager Tony Waite
Operations Manager Lani Walker
Marketing Manager Nicola Hoogenboom
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Orbital Tools NZ
Bell Technology Ltd
Mulcahy Engineering Ltd
Balluff Ltd - New Zealand
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Wurth New Zealand German-New Zealand Chamber of Commerce Design Energy Ltd
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Syntech Surface Finishing Specialists
NEW PRODUCT SHOWCASE
Enjoy energy savings of up to 45% with ALUP’s most energy efficient VSD compressor to date. Experience higher uptime and increased productivity with Evoluto.
Baskiville is the leader in Electronics manufacturing equipment for 50 years in NZ. From Soldering Irons to state of the art SMT equipment Factory trained local technicians for peace of mind support. www.baskiville.co.nz
Online PPM or Percent Oxygen Analyzer, Configurable from 0.1ppm to 100%. Trace, Percent or Purity configuration precision Fuel Cell Oxygen Sensor Technology.
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Experienced design engineers, when and where you need them. Concepts, scoping, design, analysis, project engineering, product development, supplier selection, commissioning support.
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NEW ESAB ES150iPRO Robust, reliable Stick & TIG welding machine • Duty Cycle: 150A@25% • 10A plug • VRD/PFC • Digital control
Electric vehicle chargers, now even smarter. The VIARIS UNI Smart Charging Station can charge all varieties of electric vehicles. It offers Wi-Fi communications and easy installation.
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GWB MACHINERY TOOLS
The Easy-Form precision press brake delivers top-of-the-line performance – high accuracy and productivity.
The complete package i.Comp Tower T: oil-free, efficient, robust and an all-in-one compressed air station.
D-H13 - MOBILE WELDING FUME EXTRACTOR NEW PRODUCT SHOWCASE
METALMASTER ClearAir D-H13 mobile welding fume extraction unit is a compact fume extraction and filtering unit designed for efficiently filtering welding fumes.
TUBE LASER CUTTING
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Fast Programming and simulation of Mazatrol Smooth CNC systems in an office using the same operations method as shop floors.
CutACE Bevel XDSC – High performance, 52deg bevel head on a self- cleaning table, all made right here in NZ.
PUNCHTOOLING - HEROLASER
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ROAD RUNNER - OMAX ABRASIVE WATERJETS
OMAX waterjets can cut virtually anything. They guarantee a precision and quality finish, every time.
The ProtoTRAK RMX for Toolroom Machining Centres is packed full of advanced technology to make the most of this truly unique machine. It features everything you would expect from a ProtoTRAK toolroom CNC, plus the ability to run production jobs with the flip of a switch.
Timesaver’s 42RB Series: the no. 1 machine for deburring, edge rounding and finishing in one processing step. Save time & effort!
WELDWELL PH77 ELECTRODE
Made in New Zealand since 1967, the Weldwell PH77 is the electrode to choose when the highest standards are required.
WELLFORCES - DDR-480
The DDR-480 series is designed to meet both railway and ITE safety standards, it is suitable for DC/DC applications systems. Fanless design, cooling by free air convection
I nnovation Q uarter
The Innovation Quarter is your destination to find the newest technology and to be inspired by the latest Kiwi innovations. Discover new products and meet the designers who are about to make their mark on the world stage. It’s also here that you will discover ‘The Lab’. A showcase of startup businesses making ground-breaking developments and displaying their innovations to the industry for the very first time!
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Don’t miss out and be sure to visit all that the Innovation Quarter has to offer.
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Industry 4.0 Network Demonstration
Is your business wanting to learn more about how to adopt Industry 4.0 technologies?
If so, be sure to visit the exclusive launch of the Mobile Showcase in HALL 2 | STAND 2006.
The Mobile Showcase gives you the opportunity to engage, learn and imagine what is possible with Industry 4.0. The showcase suits a broad range of people – from those currently working across our diverse manufacturing landscape through to our future workforce. Using a purpose built chocolate-sorting mini-production line, an Industry 4.0 specialist will showcase advanced technologies in action and share successful implementation stories to inspire your next steps. Following it’s launch at EMEX the transportable Mobile Showcase will be traveling to smaller centres in regional New Zealand (as well as the main centres) over the next three years!
If you’d like to get involved, be sure to pay the team a visit at stand #2006.
The Industry 4.0 Network and the Mobile Showcase is an initiative with Callaghan Innovation who has teamed up with Beca and the Employers and Manufacturers Association (EMA) as official partners to deliver the Industry 4.0 Demonstration Network.
SEMINARS 2021 DAY 1 | 15 FEBRUARY
10:00 AM MARCEL KAMP, SIMON HALL, MATT EVANS | CALIBER DESIGN Engineered Collaboration to Flatten Workload Peaks 10:45 AM JANE FINLAYSON, TUI RUTHERFORD | AUCKLAND UNLIMITED Auckland’s Business Support Crew
11:30 AM PETER BECK | ROCKET LAB Key Note Presentation
1:00 PM BARRY ROBINSON | RAM3D It’s a Big Deal - And it’s getting bigger quickly
1:45 PM CAMERON MEARNS | ZENITH TECNICA Additive Advantage – Using the Benefits of Metal 3D Printing
2:30 PM GARETH DYKES | FI INNOVATIONS Why Additive?
3:15 PM MIKE FRY | TIDA 3D Printing Large Cost-Effective Structural Metal Components
4:00 PM ZUBBIN NAVROJI | 3D PRINTER STORE 3D Print PEEK & Advanced Materials
SEMINARS 2021 DAY 2 | 16 FEBRUARY
MANUFACTURING FUTURES POWERED BY CALLAGHAN INNOVATION
10:00 AM (MC) PHIL ANDERSON | CALLAGHAN INNOVATION Introducing Manufacturing Futures
10:05 AM ROBERT BLACHE | CALLAGHAN INNOVATION Manufacturing Futures for the Next 40 Years
10:15 AM NATHAN SOICH | FACTEON Industry 4.0 Lighthouse Factories - the future now
10:30 AM TONY JOHNSTON | WOOD ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY (WET) Dreaming and Building an Industry 4.0 Enabled Factory – A Case Study
11:00 AM ANDREW COWIE | BECA Starting Small in Industry 4.0
11:15 AM SARAH RAMSEY | UNITED MACHINISTS Re-imagining an Existing Machine Shop to a Factory of the Future
11:30 AM KEVIN FLINT | OASIS From Lean to Digital Lean: How an Engineering Business Started Its Industry 4.0 Journey
SEMINARS 2021 DAY 2 | 16 FEBRUARY MANUFACTURING FUTURES POWERED BY CALLAGHAN INNOVATION
1:00 PM ROSS PEARCE | CALLAGHAN INNOVATION Smart Products: Re-inventing Products and Evolving Business Models
1:15 PM MARK TAYLOR | FRAMECAD How Digitally Enabled Products Can Create New and Long-Lasting Value for Your Business
1:30 PM BEN BODLEY | TEKNIQUE Giving Products the Sense of Sight With Computer Vision and AI
2:15 PM STEVEN WHITAKER | SPIDERTRACKS Customer-Centric Product Development: Keeping Customers Front of Mind
2:25 PM PIP GILBERT Understanding the Customer
2:40 PM BRIAN ROSE | GALLAGHER GROUP Taking the Risk out of Production Development
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SEMINARS 2021 DAY 3 | 17 FEBRUARY
10:00 AM DIETER ADAM | MANUFACTURERS NETWORK | EMA Getting your Workforce ready for Industry 4.0 - Challenges & Opportunities
10:45 AM ADRIAN PACKER | IMS PROJECTS What must NZ companies do differently to succeed through innovation? Findings from a study of over 50 NZ Manufacturers
11:30 AM JASON LOW | SOLID CONSULTING How to Foster A Culture of Innovation in Your Business
1:00 PM NIKK KING | NZ CONTROLS Industry 4.0 - Revolution or Evolution?
1:45 PM PAUL GRAVATT | MOTION DESIGN A practical journey in Industry 4.0
2:30 PM ROB MASKELL | MASTEC LabVIEW and Modbus TCP distributed IO using LCOD
*This schedule is subject to change. Check emex.co.nz for the most recent schedule.
Manufacturing in the time of the virus
Manufacturers looking for new business opportunities are looking to the latest technologies . Success comes as much from incremental change, as it does from radical transformation. This change is delivered by new product development or improvements to productivity, design and manufacturing processes. Many manufacturers look to trade shows to compare their own future readiness to their fellow exporters and competitors, and while the rest of the world may have largely cancelled their shows or taken them online, EMEX 2021 will be the biggest yet. This year EMEX celebrates its fortieth anniversary, having assisted many companies on the road to success. Whether it be through the latest in 3D software, machine tools, supply chains or the inspiration gained from listening to one of the talks given by experts on the way forward, visitors will gain significantly from attending. Exhibitors use EMEX as an opportunity to demonstrate and sell their latest products and services to customers, as well as networking and exchanging ideas with their customers and peers. In 2020, New Zealand’s economy bounced back strongly from recession in the third quarter, achieving a so-called V-shaped recovery as massive financial stimulus fuelled consumer spending. While the virus hit us hard after taking early and decisive action, the payback has been significant.
After GDP declined 1.6% in the Mar-20 quarter and 11% in Jun-20, it recovered 14% in Sep-20. This brought us to a better than expected 0.4% increase above the Sep-19 quarter, considerably better than the OECD total, which showed a 3.9% decline. It is now that New Zealand can take advantage of going fast and early in the COVID lockdown and further advance our industries in taking on the world. New Zealand is in a strong position for 2021, allowing business to innovate and keep moving ahead in challenging times.
Each day EMEX hosts an exciting schedule of speakers and seminars that will help you with manufacturing in the time of the virus. Plan your visit at www.emex.co.nz
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Collaborative Resource – Sharing Engineers to Manage Workload Peaks and Troughs Stand #1030
Caliber Design is a mechanical design consultancy with offices in Auckland, Hamilton and Christchurch, employing over 30 design engineers. The company works on a project-based model, where engineers are seconded to clients for a specific task or project. Our clients are usually looking for more resource because: • they have a tight deadline and not enough resource internally to meet it. • the project requires software they don’t have experience with. • they don’t have the specialist skills inhouse to do the job. Caliber Design engineers work with some of New Zealand’s most innovative businesses, across many different industries: Aerospace, Production Equipment, Food Processing, Materials Handling, Dairy/Agriculture, Heavy Industry, and Marine. Typically, Caliber engineers work on site with the client, as part of their team. This differentiates them from your typical consultancy. Being onsite means they can embed themselves the client’s team, enables them to develop a deep understanding of the client’s business, and ensures transparency and clear communication. In saying that, the Covid experience of working from home has proven the rigour of Caliber’s systems and processes … tried and tested because our team always works remotely from each other. The upheaval that Covid-19 has created has fast tracked an initiative that Caliber have been quietly establishing over the last few years: partnering with other engineering companies throughout NZ to develop resource ‘collaboratives’ to share design engineering resource. Having experienced the Canterbury Earthquakes and now Covid, Caliber know their
project-based / seconded-engineering business model works, especially in times of crisis. But sharing resources across companies takes this to another level ... For business owners, sharing resource helps them: • manage peaks and troughs. • keep their key people employed through challenging times. • avoid the risks and hassle of hiring new staff. • develop a network of highly skilled and flexible engineers. • get new perspectives on design problems. • learn from the highly tuned systems, processes, templates that we have developed to ensure seamless staff sharing. There are many benefits for the engineers. They learn from gaining experience with different teams, businesses, industries, and design methodologies and processes. It means more variety, job security, and a wider network. For NZ Inc, it means that skills and experience are cross-pollinated throughout industry and a stronger skill base is the result. Upskilling across the industry occurs while businesses collaborate and support each other to deliver their projects on time, on spec, and on budget. If you’re interested in finding out more about Resource Collaboratives, please contact Jonathan Prince email@example.com | 021 582 199 Wayne Le Sueur firstname.lastname@example.org | 021 140 4944
Callaghan Innovation is NZ’s innovation agency. The government agency activates innovation and helps businesses grow faster for a better NZ. Supporting the HighTech Products sector is a key focus for Callaghan Innovation. In fact, of the total 2866 businesses it supported in the year ending 30 June 2020, 13% of those businesses were from the manufacturing sector. This is despite the manufacturing and digital industries being heavily impacted by COVID-19, due to their reliance on access to international markets. A key priority for Callaghan Innovation is enabling businesses to adapt to growing areas of potential such as Industry 4.0 – the fusion of technologies that’s blurring the lines between the physical, digital and cyber-physical. Digital advancements are revolutionising the way manufacturing ecosystems work – from product design, to production, to how customers engage with these products. Sensors now capture information along the value chain, providing the basis for businesses to increase quality, reliability and productivity, to predict maintenance, reduce downtime, save costs and to introduce entirely new business models. Callaghan Innovation aims to inspire HighTech Products businesses, and connect them
to emerging and disruptive technologies, and the networks, capability and funding they need to succeed. Our experts deliver a range of relevant services, co-funding and programmes that enable businesses to make the most out of the opportunities Industry 4.0 offers.
CALLAGHAN INNOVATION HELPS BUSINESSES DEVELOP AND COMMERCIALISE TECHNOLOGY AND PREPARES THEM FOR THE FUTURE.
(IoT) sensors and robotics, and AI and automated processing systems. • Access to 3D printing/additive manufacturing equipment and expertise. • Opportunities to connect with national and international businesses and investors through our free networking tool, Scale-Up NZ. • Research and Development (R&D) co- funding. Callaghan Innovation’s grants include Project Grants – to help businesses develop specific products, processes or services while growing their commitment to R&D; Getting Started Grants – to help businesses launch their R&D journey to enable a new or novel product, process or service; and Student Grants - to provide businesses with access to both undergraduate and postgraduate students who can assist in R&D projects. • The R&D Tax Incentive (RDTI) also allows qualifying businesses to claim a 15% tax credit on their eligible R&D costs. For further information about any of Callaghan Innovation’s services please get in touch: Phone: 0800 422 552 or email: info@ callaghaninnovation.govt.nz or come visit us at stand #1007 in the Innovation Hall.
Services and programmes available to the HighTech Products sector include: • Access to more than 200 of NZ’s leading scientists and engineers dedicated to solving tough technical problems, from advanced manufacturing and automation to selecting and developing materials to give products a competitive edge. • Expertise on digital automation and robotics, including the option for HighTech products businesses to trial collaborative robots or ‘cobots’ as they’re known. • Access to events, sector collaborations and overseas delegations. • The Lean programme, helping businesses improve performance by focusing on activities that add value for customers while eliminating waste in inefficient processes. In 2019 alone, 43 businesses started on their journey of continuous improvement through the Lean programme. • The new Digital Lean programme enables businesses to benefit from the traditional Lean methodology while building capability to implement Industry 4.0 technologies, such as Internet of Things
Stand 1010, Hall 1
Say kia ora to Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland’s economic and cultural agency – Auckland Unlimited
We’re here for you. We work with businesses and a wide range of partners to grow Auckland’s innovation culture, support growing businesses and key industries, and attract investment, events and visitors to the region. We’re here to enable your business and industry to innovate, be future-ready and sustainable. We’re the Government’s Auckland partner for the Regional Business Partner Network (RBP) a gateway that connects business to the right advice, people, funding, and resources. Working together, we can help you strengthen and grow your business by connecting you with: • Partial funding for training workshops, courses, coaching and other services that build the management capabilities of their owners, operators and key managers • Research and Development options • Advice, support and connecting you with the right programmes. We work closely with the region’s business and industry bodies, including Employers and Manufacturers Association (EMA) and the Auckland Business Chamber.
We are a support crew for Auckland businesses, here to help your enterprise be resilient and thrive in these challenging economic times. Auckland is the powerhouse of New Zealand’s economy, home to a variety of progressive local and international companies and generating nearly 40 per cent of the country’s GDP. Our region is major skills, production, and research and development hub for Asia-Pacific. At the heart of our regional economy are Auckland’s small to medium enterprises (SMEs), driving our regional employment, innovation, trade and export, and essential to Auckland and New Zealand’s economic recovery.
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We are part of a wider network that is here to support you.
You’ll find a variety of useful tools, resources, and videos via our business toolkit to further advance your businesses capability and skills hosted on our website (aucklandnz.com/business/toolkit) We can help you boost your digital capability using a free online assessment via our website that will create a personalised action plan to determine your strengths and areas to focus on. Our advisors include industry specialists, experienced business owners, and research and analysis experts knowledgeable on the future of work, the Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, automation and much more. Auckland Unlimited is the region’s cultural and economic agency, created by a merger of Auckland Council-controlled organisations Auckland Tourism, Events and Economic Development and Regional Facilities Auckland on 1 December 2020.
The Auckland Unlimited Support Crew look forward to seeing you at EMEX. Come and say kia ora to our advisors and specialists and get some one on one advice for your businesses journey. Manufacturing and engineering business owners and managers of all business sizes and stages can find out how to access practical hands-on learning, expert advice and support to help you take your business to the next level. If you’re a business owner and you have questions, are looking for support or would just like to bounce off ideas with industry specialists, come see us in Hall 1 / stand 1010 and have a chat. The advisors look forward to getting to know your business and providing assistance to you and the wider industry.
• Unit 8 / 2 Barry Hogan Place Riccarton Christchurch • Phone: 0210 253 7522 • Email: email@example.com • Website: https://agen.co.nz Products & Services We are a manufacturer of wireless sensors for machine condition monitoring applications. The sensors take vibrations & temperature measurements of the machine and upload to a cloud platform. As a predictive maintenance tool, our system provides early warning of machine before major damage developed.
3D Printer Store is a Specialist in Advanced materials 3D Printers, 3D Scanners & NZ’s Biggest Range of 3D Printing Filaments. We offer Free Training with Professional units & help the Biggest names in NZ Accelerate their Product Design & Manufacturing. Our AM Products & Services can help you too.
3D Printing Systems has been providing New Zealanders with the best 3D technologies for almost 10 years now and we are proud to be Kiwi-owned. From technical advices on 3D printing to servicing we aim to give all levels of Makers the best experience.
Air-Mech Ltd supply & service industrial manufacturing tools and related equipment from leading international brands. Products include pneumatic motors, drills, screwdrivers, impact & ratchet wrenches, sanders, polishers, grinders, riveters, chain hoists, electric and battery assembly tooling.
3Design is a complete 3D printing solution provider. Offering the latest technology in 3D printers and filament. Our 3D scanning and design service enables fast product development when combined with our in-house print bureau. Producing high quality 1 off prototypes or short run production.
Ash Air offers one of the widest selections of compressed air equipment and parts available today. * Reciprocating and Rotary Screw Air compressors * Vacuum Pumps & Blowers * Nitrogen Generation * Mobile Compressors & Light Towers * An extensive line of Air Treatment components
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AspectPL. World-leading, manufacturing productivity software. Easy, live scheduling and visibility of the manufacturing floor. Advanced manufacturing traceability and quality management. Easy Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) integration. Quick ROI gains and affordable monthly license fee model
• Cnr Diana Drive & Ashfield Street Glenfield Auckland • Phone: 09 444 6566 • Email: firstname.lastname@example.org • Website: www.aucklandbearings.co.nz Products & Services We are a 100% New Zealand owned and operated Bearing, Power Transmission and Seal Specialist company supplying to the New Zealand automotive and industrial market since 1977, We have 10 branches from Auckland to Christchurch and are the distributor for NSK,Opti Belt, Tsubaki Chain and Flexitallic.
Atlas Copco is a global leader in innovation and manufacturing of compressed air equipment including air and condensate treatment and industrial gases. Atlas Copco NZ is the leading compressed air supplier and service organisation in NZ with locations nationwide to serve our customers.
• 167b Victoria Street West Auckland Central Auckland • Email: Business@aucklandnz.com • Website: Aucklandnz.com/supportcrew Products & Services We are a support crew for Auckland businesses, here to help your enterprise be resilient and thrive in these challenging economic times. We can connect you with information, resources and professional advice to help you innovate, grow and be future-ready.
New Zealand’s Compressed Air & Vacuum Pump Specialists
• 88 Nelson Street Springlands Blenheim • Phone: 0800 37 55 66
Autoline is New Zealand’s robotic, automation and conveyor experts, trusted by the industry for the past 35 years. We are helping kiwis to keep manufacturing local with robotic automation, providing custom solutions designed to meet today’s highly competitive manufacturing industry.
• Unit B 248 Marua Road Mt Wellington Auckland • Phone: 09 250 1460 • Email: Sales@Balluff.co.nz • Website: www.Balluff.co.nz Products & Services Balluff is a world leader and one of the most efficient manufacturers of automation and sensor technology For all areas of automation - we are your single source supplier Talk to us about your applications for- -Sensors -Measurement -Identification System -Industrial Networking -Machine Safety
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The latest generation of the proven Stratos process analyzers for Memosens, digital, and analog sensors. • Multiparameter functionality provides flexibility. • High-resolution display for an intuitive, self-explanatory user interface. • Advanced Process Control with Ethernet interfaces.
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Baskiville is the largest NZ owned supplier to the electronics manufacturing & repair industry for over 40 yrs, Specialising in ESD Control, Anti-Static Solutions, Soldering, Cleaning and Consumables. We only source & stock brands that are recognised as being best in class with extra warranty given.
Bayteck Systems Ltd
• PO Box 4161 Mount Maunganui Tauranga • Phone: 07 571 5410 • Email: email@example.com • Website: www.bayteck.co.nz Products & Services Bayteck Sysytems Ltd provides only the best quality air compressors, compressed air treatment systems, air tools and accessories. Bayteck are suppliers of Atlas Copco, ALMiG, firstAir & Hindin Marquip air compressors, KSI Filtertechnik Filtration & air treatment systems & Mighty Seven air tools.