(PRWEB) June 05, 2014
A new white paper available from Gems Sensors & Controls reminds design engineers that a chain is only as strong as its weakest link. In the world of power generators, especially where they are an integral part of daily operations or critical back-up systems such as those for hospitals or commercial buildings, failure can go beyond simple monetary damage. The white paper, entitled “Improving Mission Critical Cooling Systems with More Reliable Sensors” addresses a big advance in a rudimentary sensor that can pay big dividends in reducing overall system failures.
Readers will learn more about the common points of weakness in typical coolant sensors. More importantly, they will learn of an alternative that addresses these weaknesses and solves them with new and unique engineering approaches.
“Improving Mission Critical Cooling Systems with More Reliable Sensors” is targeted at design engineers working on cooling systems for gasoline or diesel engines. At four pages, it is a quick, yet informative read. It is available for immediate download from the Gems Sensors & Controls White Paper Library - http://www.gemssensors.com/CustomerSupport/Whitepapers.
About Gems Sensors & Controls
Founded in 1955, Gems is a preferred supplier to thousands of OEM companies across a broad range of industries throughout the world due to its extensive application knowledge, innovative sensor and miniature solenoid valve designs, and customer centric approach to problem solving to meet customer-specific needs. Gems Sensors & Controls is a leading global manufacturer of: liquid level, flow, and pressure sensors; solid-state relays and barriers; liquid and pneumatic miniature solenoid valves; and pre-assembled fluidic systems with facilities in North America, Europe, and Asia. Gems Sensors & Controls is ISO 9000 Registered, UL Recognized, and provides CE Marking.
For more product information, contact Gems Sensors & Controls, One Cowles Road, Plainville, Connecticut 06062. Phone: (800) 378-1600. http://www.GemsSensors.com.