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PCE Instruments UK Ltd

  • Instrumentation / Ship Systems-Conductivity Meters

Locations

Southampton United Kingdom

Units 12/13 Southpoint Business Park, Ensign Way
Southampton Hampshire SO31 4RF
United Kingdom

PCE Instruments is a manufacturer and global supplier of measuring instruments to the marine industry. Our product range includes coating thickness meters, thermal imaging cameras, colour meters, calipers, multimeters, moisture meters, borescopes, non-contact thermometers, ultrasonic flow meters, vibration meters, leak detectors, hardness meters, torque meters, noise meters, gas analysers, pressure meters, control systems, data loggers, scales and balances.


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