Gill Sensors have employed patented induction technology and the novel use of capacitive theory to provide a range of standard and customised non-contact position, level and bulk sensor solutions.
Gill Sensors also designs and manufactures sensors for harsh environments. Products include position sensors, liquid level sensors, flow sensors, speed sensors, oil condition sensors and bulk materials level sensors.
What sets Gill apart is its focus and attention to customer satisfaction. It recognises that its customers will be faced with particular challenges that cannot be serviced by traditional methods and/or will be looking for alternative approaches and techniques.
Gill provide a total one-stop electronic, software and product customisation service from initial concept right through to volume production. The provision of rapid prototypes is of particular benefit to customers with aggressive project timeframes where the evaluation of sample sensors gains valuable advantages in terms of time and mitigation of risk.
Gill design solutions are imaginative and flexible, producing an optimised solution, which takes into account cost as well as functionality. Its successful track record is achieved by managing all aspects of the design process coupled with excellent customer relations maintained by regular open communications.
Globally recognised companies will testify to the advantages of employing Gill solutions whether it is a one off design or the supply of high volume products.
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