Companies

Hyprotech, the American process simulation software business, has been acquired by AEA Technology of the UK. Concentric, owner of Delta Controls, has acquired Weed Instrument Company, doubling the group’s instrument business. Beacon Controls has moved to premises on the Listerhills Science Park, Bradford. Digitron’s 1 million refurbishment of its Hertford manufacturing site is now almost […]

Hyprotech, the American process simulation software business, has been acquired by AEA Technology of the UK.

Concentric, owner of Delta Controls, has acquired Weed Instrument Company, doubling the group’s instrument business.

Beacon Controls has moved to premises on the Listerhills Science Park, Bradford.

Digitron’s 1 million refurbishment of its Hertford manufacturing site is now almost complete, adding 6,000 sq ft.

HIMA has joined Fisher-Rosemount’s Momentum Alliance Programme for complementary suppliers.

Infrared Engineering has won a National Safety Award from the British Safety Council.

Dowding & Mills has brought calibration and repair services under one roof, forming Instrument Services.

Labfacility has acquired Factbland, the manufacturer of thermocouple connectors.

Anderson Greenwood has appointed Wood Group Engin-eering Services for Scotland.

Lion Instruments is new UK distributor for Barksdale pressure, temperature and flow switches and level indicator products in the UK and Eire.

OMNI Components has been chosen as UK distributor by Figaro Engineering for its range of semiconductor gas sensors.

OPP Petroquimica of Brazil and Texas-based Pavilion Technologies have joined forces to focus on process improvement in optimisation and control.

Scomagg has moved to Rotherham’s Bradmarsh Business Park. The move could create more than 40 new jobs.

Spirax Sarco has opened a 4.5 million valve plant in Cheltenham, Glos. It will produce the new range of bellows sealed stop valves.