Industry News

  1. Analogue vs Digital Pressure Gauges

    Pressure gauges are designed to measure gas and liquid pressure. They are the most commonly used piece of equipment within electrical and industrial plants and are widely used across many different industries. There are two basic types of pressure gauges: analogue (dial) and digital, let`s see their benefits and drawbacks. Continue reading →
  2. Flukes Autumn-Winter Special Promotions

    Grab a freebie this Autumn-Winter with Fluke's limited time promotions! A number of Fluke products have been included in their latest promotional offers, including the popular 1663 and 1664FC Multifunction Installation Tester range. There are also great deals on the Fluke 115 Multimeters and the 1507 Insulation Testers. All offers are only available until 31st December 2017, so don’t miss out! Continue reading →
  3. We’re going to the Sensors and Instrumentation Show 2017. Are you?

    On the 26th of September PASS will be heading down to the Sensors & Instrumentation Show for the Test, Measurement and Control exhibition. The show is held at the NEC Birmingham (in Hall 1). It is the UK’s only national sensors event and is popular with visitors from all sorts of industry sectors from Aerospace and Defense to Rubber and Plastic Processing and everything in between. Continue reading →
  4. Seaward Part Exchange Promotion

    Leading PAT Tester manufacturer Seaward have launched a trade in offer which can be claimed against a selection of testers in their PAT Testing range. Until the end of May, PAT customers can claim a generous cashback bonus when they substitute their old appliance tester with a new one from Seaward. Continue reading →
  5. Hioki launches New PW6001 Power Analyzer

    The official launch of the PW6001 Power Analyzer will take place on March 13. Target customers for the newest flagship power meter include researchers and developers of inverters that utilise silicon carbide (SiC) components. Continue reading →
  6. Gas Safe Register are Looking for Heroes

    Ahead of Gas Safety week 2014, set this year for the 15th to the 21st September, Gas Safe Register are looking for ‘Gas Safe Heroes’. They want to hear from any Engineer who is avid about gas safety and has helped a community, family or even just an individual stay safe with gas. Continue reading →
  7. PASS awarded UKAS Accreditation for Calibration Laboratory

    The United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS) has awarded the Calibration Laboratory at PASS Ltd, a ‘Schedule of Accreditation’ on a defined scope of electrical testers and measurement instruments. UKAS accreditation is granted to organisations who have demonstrated that they fully meet the requirements of ISO/IEC 17025. Continue reading →
  8. Minister Unveils New Part P Register

    Last week at an event in the Houses of Parliament, the Minister for Communities and Local Government, Stephen Williams MP, officially unveiled the new mark and register for all domestic Part P registered electrical installers. The new website and logo was developed by all Department of Communities and Local Government (DCLG) authorised electrical Competent Person Scheme Operators in a bid to create a single point of reference for consumers seeking a registered electrical contractor. Continue reading →
  9. Fears Over Third Party Inspector Scheme: NICEIC and ELECSA Say No

    Recently the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) announced amendments to the Building Regulations. These amendments relate to the introduction of third party certification schemes for electrical work in domestic dwellings. Continue reading →
  10. FLIR slashes Price of E8

    In a massive drop from its original price of £4796 + VAT when it was released, FLIR has positioned its high-end E8 MSX-enhanced thermal imaging camera within the reach of potential buyers who might have otherwise opted for a mid-range model. Continue reading →

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