Bestech Australia manufacture and supply industrial sensors, signal conditioner and data acquisition system from world leading company for test and measurement applications in R&D, process automation and monitoring, and manufacturing. Our sensors could measure wide range of physical parameters such as displacement, position, thickness, pressure, leak, level, flow, temperature, angle/tilt, vibration, humidity, color, force, load, torque and material properties.
In 2012, we introduced engineering and technical teaching equipment to our product range with acquisition of UTTS. Our teaching equipment are suitable for teaching students in the area of automotive, hydraulic/pneumatic, refrigeration, electro-technology, manufacturing, aviation as well as engineering subjects at university level. With wide range of products available, we are proud to support the training program of Australian industry, particularly in TAFE, RTO, University as well as Defence and Military.
We also have in-house manufacturing facility for production of electrical training panel, designed to assist teacher in Certificate III in Electro-technology (UEE30811), and leak testing device for food and pharmaceutical packaging, branded as Sealtick.
Bestech Australia now has three offices across Australia in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane with fourth office in Perth projected to be opened in 2019. We have more than 15 engineers on board experienced in the application of sensors. We can assist in test and measurement application and we aim to strengthen our position as the leading company in sensors and instrumentation.
In addition, Bestech can provide simple electronic & mechanical design and supply a complete turnkey measurement solution to suit specific needs. We offer full support including repair, maintenance and calibration.
We are focused to meet the instrumentation needs of customers in :
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