Piezo Technologies, a Meggitt, PLC group, specializes in manufacturing ultrasonic systems for companies with specialty applications. Since 1967, we have developed specialized piezoceramic formulations and integrated ultrasonic systems enabling hundreds of products requiring precision measurements and acoustic events. We provide precision performance platforms for specialty applications in critical and in harsh high temperature environments that deliver smaller, lower cost, lower power electronics to our customer as an integrated system.
Meggitt PLC Headquartered in the United Kingdom, is an international group operating in North America, Europe and Asia. Known for its specialized extreme environment engineering, Meggitt is a world leader in aerospace, energy and defense. Meggitt employs nearly 11,000 people at around 40 manufacturing facilities and regional offices worldwide.
Burkert is one of the world’s leading companies for measurement, control and regulation technology. More than 2,100 employees in 34 countries are constantly engineering systems and solutions in response to the dynamic and exciting challenges presented by water, steam, gases and other...
Founded in 1972, Aalborg® Instruments, ISO 9001-2008 certified, is globally recognized as a leading manufacturer of precision flow measurement & control instrumentation. The Electronics Division produces hi-tech Analog & Digital Thermal Gas Mass Flow Meters/Controllers, Electromagnetic...
For general purpose inspection of metals, plastics, ceramics, elastomers, and composites, our product development engineers can design your application-specific contact transducer. The design may be customized for longitudinal and low, medium, and high damping. Housings are stainless steel.... Read more
Piezo Technologies, a Meggitt PLC Group, designs focused transducers for basic imaging of internal conditions and for location of the measurement tool within a borehole. It is designed to integrate into various tooling systems. The platform standardizes a rugged, high temperature, high pressure... Read more
The temperature at which a piezoceramic is to be used is often the most important consideration for what material is the best choice for the application. As a rule of thumb, the usage temperature should not exceed about one half of the Curie temperature (as measured in °F or °C,) of the... Read more
One can think of a piezoceramic as a rock which generates electrical current if squeezed and which moves if driven by an electrical current. For these wonderful properties to occur electrodes must be connected to the piezoceramic and the piezoceramic must be polarized. Electrodes are metal... Read more