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Gill’s meteorological instruments on display globally throughout April

Gill Instruments full range of meteorological instruments will be on display at the European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2015 (EGU) and InterMet Asia 2015 in April.

ugu-general-assembly-2015Gill’s ultrasonic anemometers including the Research WindMaster, WindSonic and WindObserver range along with MetPak and MaxiMet weather stations, will be presented on stand 45 at EGU 2015. Bringing together international Geoscientists from earth, planetary and space science disciplines, EGU’s 5 day event will be held in Vienna Austria from 12th-17th April 2015.

intermet-asia-2015Local Distributor, Sea and Land Technologies LTD will be exhibiting at InterMet Asia from 22nd-23rd April 2015 in Singapore. As one of the most significant events in the Meteorology calendar, Sea and Land Technologies will exhibit on stand C1 displaying Gill’s full range of meteorology products, known for quality and reliability in any application.

For more information on any of Gill’s products please contact +44(0)1590 613500 or to arrange a meeting at one of the shows email



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