Innovative Hydraulic Tester Shortlisted for Industry Award



A new generation in portable hydraulic testers that talks wirelessly to your mobile phone designed by Webtec, the Cambridge (UK) based hydraulic measurement and control manufacturer, has recently been shortlisted as a finalist in the inaugural Motion Control Industry (MCI) Awards.

Launched in April 2015, Webtec explains that, “the DHM4 is aimed at field service engineers in the mobile machinery industry to carry out diagnostic testing or preventative maintenance and differs from other portable hydraulic testers. It not only allows the user to carry out a pump test on a mobile machine in-the-field, but also logs flow, pressure, and temperature readings and, uniquely, allows the user to produce and email their customer a test certificate within seconds, without needing to return to the office. The DHM negates the need for a computer to analyse and print the results, instead the tester pairs seamlessly with the user's iPhone, via low-power Bluetooth, and then uses the free-of-charge QuickCert™ App.”

The Webtec DHM is shortlisted as a finalist for the award for “Technical innovation of the year”, the winner will be announced at the MCI Awards Dinner held at the National Conference Centre, near Birmingham on Tuesday 12th April 2016. For further information on the DHM4 Series hydraulic tester, visit the Webtec website. Alternatively to view the MCI Awards visit www.mci-awards.co.uk.

Tel: +44 (0)1480 397 400
Email: information@webtec.co.uk
Web: www.webtec.com

Published in Valve User Magazine Issue 37


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