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Gill Instruments exhibit at Nor Shipping 2015

Gill Instruments along with long-term distributor Houm, will be exhibiting at Nor Shipping 2015 in Oslo. The event celebrating its 50th anniversary takes place on the 2-5 June 2015 and attracts key players from the International maritime industry.

nor-shipping-2015Gill and Houm will be exhibiting on stand T01-10C displaying a range of wind speed and direction sensors for the marine industry, including the WindObserver and WindSonic range. Our range of marine grade systems deliver proven reliability and quality controlled data for a wide range of marine applications, from ship dynamic position systems to offshore helideck monitoring and have been evaluated in accordance with rigorous environmental and EMC testing to exceed the requirements of IEC-60945.

gill-windobserver-isThe WindObserver range, including the Intrinsically safe anemometer, measures 0-75m/s wind speeds, 360◦ wind direction and have certifications available including Lloyds, ATEX and IECEx. For more remote installations, the WindSonicM is maintenance free, easy to install and bird resistant. The WindSonic has been installed onto a large variety of data buoys around the globe to provide dependable wind speed and direction data in remote and challenging environments.

In addition to the anemometer display, MaxiMet compact weather stations will also be available throughout the exhibition. MaxiMet offers the widest range of measurement parameters available in a compact station and is ideal for port control buildings, lighthouses and other marine applications.

For more information on our meteorological instruments for the marine industry view our infographic  or visit Gill and Houm on stand T01-10C at Nor Shipping.

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