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Dakota becomes distributor for Oakton, Digi-Sense

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By: HazMat Staff
2014-09-04

Dakota Instruments, a global supplier of industrial and laboratory processing instrumentation since 1992, has announced its status as an authorized Oakton and Digi-Sense distributor.

Digi-Sense's hand-held meters and Oakton's ‘Testrs’ have been added to Dakota's acrylic, rotameter, mass flow meter and controller, pump, valve, and thermocouple thermometer product lines. The goal is to provide customers with product solutions to meet their application needs.

Digi-Sense's ergonomic, hand-held meters for measuring air velocity or airflow and temperature provide a wide range of residential and workplace air, environmental safety, comfort, and productivity-related functions. Anemometers, Light Meters, Pressure and Flow Meters, Thermohygrometers, and Infrared Thermometers are available. Applications include HVAC, laboratory, R&D, food processing, educational, and industrial.

Oakton's pocket-sized pH Testrs are designed for measuring the acidity or alkalinity of liquids (models available for solids or semi-solids). Multi-parameter models offer up to five-point pH calibration with NIST or USA auto-buffer recognition. Units are recommended for water, laboratory, field, food production or plant use. Models are available for solutions containing contaminants, heavy sulfides, tris buffers, organics and dirty water.

Dakota's engineers and application specialists provide cost-effective solutions to fit all business needs, help streamline processes and improve efficiency.

Visit Dakota Instruments' online catalogue to view the Models, Specifications, and Materials of Construction of Dakota Instruments' product lines.


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