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Electro Assembly Services has merged with Pulsar Process Measurement Ltd

We are happy to announce that as of 1st April 2017, Pulsar Process Measurement Ltd now includes an electronic manufacturing facility offering assembly, XRAY, AOI & ATE inspection, conformal coating, enclosure and cable manufacture.
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MicroFlow - Non-Contacting Microwave Liquid Velocity
Can be installed either as a stand-alone device or as part of a complete measurement system. MicroFlow builds on Pulsar's award-winning pipe flow technology and world-leading open channel flow measurement systems.
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imgPulsar’s MCERTS Success: Still the Most Accurate OCM In the World
Pulsar’s MCERTS Success: Still the Most Accurate OCM In the WorldFlowCERT non-contacting ultrasonic open channel flow measurement systems have each achieved the highest Class 1 level during re-certification to the latest update to the MCERTs certification process.> learn more
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ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 registeredPulsar Process Measurement are manufacturers and suppliers of world leading technology in ultrasonic level measurement. With our expertise, we are able to address applications previously thought to be beyond the scope of ultrasonic level measurement.> learn more

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IWA 2017 - 13-16 November - Buenos Aires, Argentina

ESCO Argentina will be exhibiting at IWA 2017 (AySa "San Martin" plant) in Buenos Aires and showcasing a variety of Pulsar's level and f... read more

Pulsar gives tour of their Electronic Manufacturing Site to local community group

Pulsar Process Measurement recently welcomed Halstead U3A to their Electronic Manufacturing Facility in Earls Colne, Essex for a tour and to showcase their manufacturing expertise with the local community group.

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Pulsar’s Hero – Julie Adcock raises more than £1,500 for Help for Heroes Charity

Julie Adcock, employee of Pulsar Process Measurement’s Electronic Manufacturing Facility in Essex, has been busy raising funds for the Help for Heroes charity. Further to the charity quiz night held in July, Julie has also skydived in January (raising £650) and is scheduled to take on the Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge on August 12th 2017 - a gruelling 12-hour walking challenge up the 728m hills (already £500 has been pledged).

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