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Radiometric Measurement for Extreme Process Conditions
Endress + Hauser Australia
Radiometric measurement instrumentation is suitable for use in extreme conditions such as high pressure, temperatures and toxicity.
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For over 25 years ADM Nuclear Technologies has been supplying Australia with radiation detection and monitoring equipment. Used for a wide range of industry applications, ADM Nuclear Technologies also supplies X-ray detectors,scintillation detectors ...
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Factelligence is a configurable Manufacturing Execution System (MES)
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Endress + Hauser Australia provide sales, support, service and training of their full range of flow measurement solutions including electromagnetic Coriolis, vortex flowmeters, thermal dispersion sensors, and orifice plate/pitot tube dp flow devices. ...
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TME are the agents for NDC Systems, Infrared Engineering, Mercotac, Dynamic Sealing Technologies and Emco. Equipment and services include Rotary Unions, Mercury Slipring Assemblies, Measurement Equipment, Mass and Thickness Gauges and Control Systems.
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11/02/15 - The WNA has welcomed South Australia's review into whether the state should expand the role of nuclear energy in the state.
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10/02/15 - As the US commissions its first new nuclear plant in years, how has it opening changed the face of energy generation in the country?
Australia’s nuclear energy future in the spotlight
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26/11/14 - Engineers will meet in Melbourne today to discuss the future of nuclear power in Australia.
Don't get too excited, no one has cracked nuclear fusion yet
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20/10/14 - Lockheed Martin's claims of small scale nuclear fusion may have been hasty, according to ANU's Matthew Hole
Don't get too excited, no one has cracked nuclear fusion yet
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17/09/14 - Uranium is not just taking off in Australia, but making headway internationally.
Australian uranium deal could make Indian nuclear power safer
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05/09/14 - A new deal that sees Australia export uranium to India may come with the added bonus of greater transparency in its usage.
Giant leap for nuclear fusion as lasers blast new route to ultimate energy source
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13/02/14 - As the future of coal becomes more clouded, steps towards greener, more nuclear efficient energy production increase.
Debunking myths on nuclear power (it's not for making bombs)
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07/01/14 - The University of Melbourne's Martin Boland explains the difference between uranium for energy and uranium for bombs, and their separation.

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