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Critical measurements protected

11 August 2010

Abacus Instruments says it manufactures products that measure accurately and it uses locks from Camlock Systems to protect the equipment

Where temperature, humidity or pressure is critical to operations, the measuring equipment has to be reliable.

Abacus Instruments is a British business that makes a range of products for ensuring measurements of temperature or other parameters are monitored and/or recorded. Some send a text or e-mail as well as sound an alarm if limits are exceeded.

Examples include small circular chart temperature recorders and blood storage temperature alarms that help users comply with the MRSA guidelines. The company has customers in the healthcare, food storage and refrigerated transport sectors among others.

Abacus monitors current and proposed legislation to ensure its instruments will help customers meet regulatory standards. Several Abacus products have a lockable door to prevent unauthorised access or alarm override. Camlock Systems supplies Series 13 micro cam locks, which provide full functionality within ultra-compact proportions.

Like Camlock Systems, Abacus Instruments offers a range of products for rapid delivery from stock or can design and manufacture to meet customers’ specific requirements.

Clive Bratt of Abacus Instruments says: “After experiencing long delivery lead-times from our previous supplier, we approached Camlock Systems. We receive a good service from them, which helps us achieve the highest levels of customer satisfaction. We also find their prices are competitive.”


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