UWT’s Rotary Paddle switch for point level measurement

UWT’s Rotary Paddle switch Rotonivo® RN 3002 with rope extension for point level measurement

Limit detection is required in most silos and containers to avoid overfilling or unnecessary downtime. The sensor needs to deal with an assortment of process conditions within a wide range of industries.

Contingent upon the necessities, the Rotonivo® rotary paddle switch is utilized as a full, demand or empty detector in storage silos or process vessels and is suitable for use in almost all solids. With its simple electromechanical measuring principle, it can also be adjusted for extraordinary process conditions.

A motor-driven shaft causes the vane to rotate. Once the material level reaches the vane, thereby preventing further rotation, this creates a torque, which is converted via a switch to an electric signal. Once the vane is free again of the material, the output signal is reset, and the motor-driven shaft rotates again.

This dependable and maintenance-free limit switch for safe level detection in bulk solids has international approvals for use in gas and dust hazardous areas and is also certified to SIL

The RotoNivo offers a universal voltage power supply, 24VDC to 220VAC. It can be connected to the same unit without any alterations being made and with the absence of additional power supply to the unit, for example in very old plants, is completely nullified. This makes it easy for a processing plant to keep one version in stock that can be used in various applications on different parts of the plant.

UWT suits the unit to your application, to ensure complete reliability and effectiveness.

Features:  Suitable for most bulk solids

  • Reliable, easy to operate and maintenance-free measurement principle.
  • Unaffected by dust, electrostatic charging and caking.
  • Compact, rotatable electronics housing for easy installation.
  • Mechanically stable shaft bearing design with ball bearings.
  • Process seal with radial shaft seal.
  • Robust aluminium die-cast housing.
  • International approvals for use in potentially explosive atmospheres (dust)
  • Varying shaft lengths available.
  • Enclosure IP66 as standard.
  • Wide range of process connections and supply voltages available.
  • RoHS compliant.

Anderson-Negele provides application-specific hygienic Sensor solutions

Morton Controls in partnership with  Anderson-Negele provides application-specific hygienic sensor solutions and support for safe processing in the Food & Beverage and Pharmaceutical markets.

TFP-164

TFP-164 Flush Temperature Sensors – Temperature Measurement in vessels and pipes with flush Hygienic process fitting.

APPLICATIONS:

Applications include monitoring of temperature measurement in vessels with agitators and stirrers and in pipes where an inserted probe is not suitable.

FEATURES:

  • Product contacting materials compliant to FDA
  • Sensor completely made of stainless-steel resp. PEEK (front flush sensor)
  • Conforming to 3-A Sanitary Standard 74-06 for front flush sensors
  • Front flush mounting possible
  • Integrated transmitter optional
  • Different electrical connections available

P41


P41 Pressure Sensors – Pressure transmitter device for hygienic pressure monitoring for various applications in breweries, dairies and food & beverage industries.

APPLICATIONS:

Sanitary pressure measurement in pipes and tanks for process temperatures up to 250 °C for ranges from 0.2 to 40bar.

FEATURES:

  • Hygienic process connection with G1/2″ & G1” CLEANadapt
  • Rapid response time of < 10 ms
  • Vacuum-proof
  • Full stainless-steel body & easy installation
  • Electrical connection with M12 plug connection
  • Available with relative or absolute measurement cell
  • Built-in two-conductor measurement converter 4…20 mA

HM-E

HM-E Turbine Flow Sensors – Measurement of flow rate and volume in hygienic applications.

APPLICATIONS:

Designed for hygienic applications in food-, beverage- and pharmaceutical Industries e.g. Process water, demineralized water, aqueous media such as filtered fruit juice or beer, alcohols, light oils, saline solutions, cleaning agents, and acids.

FEATURES:

  • High quality and hygienic alternative to industrial, non-hygienic turbine, paddle wheel or variable area flowmeters
  • Economical alternative to mass flowmeters in non-conductive, low-viscosity media
  • Cost-effective and compact alternative to magnetic-inductive & Coriolis flowmeters
  • Hygienic design, confirmed by 3-A & FDA certification

NCS-M-12

NCS-M-12 Level Sensors – capacitive limit detection in metallic vessels and pipes with hygienic thread G1/2″ (CLEANadapt)

APPLICATIONS:

Limit detection of fluid also with low or no water content like syrup, fruit concentrates, alcohols and oils with a dielectric constant εr (Dk) ≥ 2

FEATURES:

  • Hygienic process connection with CLEANadapt
  • Conforming to 3-A Sanitary Standard
  • All wetted materials are FDA-conform
  • CIP- / SIP cleaning up to 143 °C / max. 120 minutes
  • Compact installation size
  • Capacitive measuring principle
  • Independent of the medium conductivity
  • Insensitive to foam and adherence
  • Very short response time (< 100 ms)

Save time and money with Quadbeams suspended solids sensor/turbidity meter

Quadbeam Technologies’ Stormwater and Wastewater Sensor, the SWW, is a unique suspended solids sensor/turbidity meter.  The intended use of the S20-SWW and S40-SWW sensors is the continuous monitoring of Suspended Solids concentration in a non-hygienic industrial, stormwater, raw water or wastewater installation.

Quadbeam uses the four beam alternating light ratio-metric system of measurement for its sensors. Suspended Solids Sensors and Turbidity Sensors measure the change in light intensity to produce a relative measure of the solids or turbidity concentration in the liquid being monitored. Other suspended solids sensors and turbidity meters use only a single beam of light. When a single beam of light is used light intensity can be influenced by not only the solids particles suspended in the liquid, but also any solids/contamination that are stuck to the surface of the sensor and variability of the light source and photo diode as they age. It is therefore critical to keep single beam sensors very clean for accurate readings.

Multi-beam sensors measure across multiple light paths allowing them to use mathematical algorithms where the change in ratio of intensity of light is measured. This system automatically compensates for contamination stuck to the surface of the sensor and variation of the light components in the sensor. For this reason, it is common for multi beam sensors to be used in Process Control installations where a repeatable output is very important.

Applications:

The Quadbeam SWW sensors can be used in a wide range of Turbidity and Suspended Solids Monitoring and Control Applications, including;

  • Stormwater Sediment Monitoring and Control
  • Wastewater Suspended Solids Monitoring
  • Flocculant Dosing Control
  • Environment Turbidity Monitoring
  • Raw Water Supply
  • Remote Turbidity Monitoring
  • Irrigation Water Turbidity Monitoring

S40-SWW

S20-SWW

 

CHEMICAL SAVINGS DURING CIP

CIP-cleaning in the food processing industry

CIP-cleaning facilities are primarily used in those installations wherever supreme necessities are demanded for hygiene and product safety, such as dairies, breweries and in food production. Throughout this process the complete production facility, including tanks and conducts, are purged and rinsed with cleaning agents and water in several cycles.  The aim of Cleaning-in-Place (CIP) is to remove product residues and microorganisms from all wetted surfaces inside tanks, pipework and filling machines while not disassembling the plant. To warrant optimum and economical cleaning, all parts in direct contact with the product must be made according to the principles of hygienic design.  Anderson-Negele’s motto “Hygienic by Design” is an expression of commitment that sensors fulfill this superior demand of the food processing industry in an exemplary manner.

Sequences of a CIP-cleaning within the example of a dairy

The CIP cleaning process takes place in several coordinated process steps. In the first step remains of the product in the installation are extruded and adhering particles removed in the pre-rinsing process. In the next steps, organic traces are eliminated with caustic and mineral deposits by use of acid. Subsequently, the facility is rinsed with fresh water and thus prepared for the next production step.

  1. Pre-rinsing (water)
  2. Cleaning (caustic)
  3. Mid-cycle rinse (water)
  4. Cleaning (acid)
  5. Rinsing (freshwater)

 

Optimization of the CIP Process

A CIP cleaning process in commonplace applications lasts between 60 and 90 minutes. The operator of a production facility consequently suffers from downtime in production capacity leading to a loss of products, and from increased cost for the consumption of water, energy and chemicals.

The hygienic design of the complete production facility and automatized processes are key factors for a reduction of the cleaning cycle times and for an increase in the efficiency and productivity of the process itself. Being an experienced specialist for sensor technology in hygienic environments, the sensors and process connections from Anderson-Negele are perfectly adapted to the requirements of the food industry and ensure the safe and economical cleaning of the facility and installations.

Why Morton Controls together with Anderson-Negele’s ILM-4 could help you

 The analysis of the return media is one of the most important steps for an environmentally friendly and cost-efficient process. The ILM-4 inductive conductivity meter plays a central role in precisely determining the phase separation: during the discharge of the liquids at each cleaning stage the media are differentiated with cost-saving accuracy.  Re-usable cleaning agent that flows off after cleaning can thus be returned to the tank to the maximum possible degree. In a separate, internal circulation and for permanent optimum cleaning result, its concentration is adapted to the specified ideal value by re-dosing with detergent and fresh water in the cleaning agent tank. The ILM-4 conductivity meter also ensures the highly precise measurement of conductivity and temperature required here.

Inductive Conductivity Meter ILM-4

The ILM-4 is designed for hygienic applications in food-, beverage- and pharmaceutical industries and controlling of CIP processes (e. g. phase separation detergents/water). The ILM-4 is currently equipped with the IO-Link in parallel.  IO-Link offers important benefits over analog technology when it comes to reliably controlling the entire process technology with a variety of measuring points, control and operating elements.

FEATURES/ADVANTAGES

  • CIP/SIP cleaning up to 150 °C/maximum 60 minutes
  • Wear-free, inductive measurement
  • In contrast to conductive measurement procedures, no problems with electrode deterioration or polarization.
  • Accurate measurement through compensation of temperature influences.
  • High reproducibility of ≤ 1 % of the measurement value.
  • Analog outputs for conductivity and temperature are a standard feature.

    Anderson-Negele’s ILM-4 with IO-Link

  • Analog outputs for conductivity, temperature or concentration are freely adjustable.
  • Rapid temperature response time T90 15…60 s
  • Installation in tube diameters from DN 40

 

For more information please contact the Morton Controls team:  0861 000 393, sales@mortoncontrols.co.za, www.mortoncontrols.co.za

 

Anderson-Negele’s NCS-M Capacitive Level Sensor with the MPI-300 programming adapter

 

In combination with theMPI-300 USB programming adapter, the NCS-M sensor can be individually adapted to the application used by the customer. In addition to setting the device to the appropriate medium, switching threshold, hysteresis and time delay can also be individually configured.

 

Application examples of the capacitive level sensor:

  • Limit detection in vessels or pipes
  • Product monitoring in pipes
  • Pump/dry running protection
  • Detection of syrup and fruit concentrate

 

 

 

 MPI-300 USB programming adapter in combination with the NCS-M sensor

  1. NCS-M-12:
  • Version with enhanced measurement range for critical media (e.g. Oil, Fat)
  • No adjustment necessary
  • The switching threshold, hysteresis and time delay parameters can be set for the sensor for complex applications
  • Insensitive to foam and adherence
  • Very short response time (< 100 ms)
  • IP 69K

2. The MPI-300:

Adapter for the universal programming of the NCS-M capacitive level sensor family. Level detection even for media with a low or no water content such as syrup, fruit concentrate, alcohols and oils with a dielectric constant εr (Dk) ≥ 2.

The switching threshold, hysteresis and time delay parameters can be set for the sensor.

How to get the most from your Feed Plant

How to get the most from your Feed Plant

UWT in partnership with Morton Controls have the solutions for the Animal Feed Industry

The process and storage environments within the feed industry sector often have factors such as moisture, vapor and fat to consider which cause the materials to have caking tendencies.  In order to withstand and remain fully operational, UWT devices have special coatings which in turn provides the customer with economically viable solutions.  With years of experience within the feed industry and the continual research and development of measurement technology, UWT sensors offer wide and innovative versatility.

Reliable measurement technology for versatile solutions within the animal feed industry

The production of high-quality animal feed and pet food is an important economic growth sector. As well as livestock feed, this sector also includes pet and sports animal nutrition.

The requirements of animals in terms of nutrition are diverse and so a variety of mixed feed formulations is manufactured. Accordingly, the focus of the measuring technology equipment in the manufacturing plant is on the ability to easily and quickly adapt to the varying processing conditions. The formulation of a compound feed is based on the particular use for which the product is intended. Similarly, the use of appropriate measuring sensors is in accordance with the relevant requirements of the application.

The level sensor is an indispensable element of the technical equipment within a modern feed production plant for the detection and monitoring of levels and limit levels within the different process stages. All UWT devices are designed to allow easy integration into the various processes and are characterized by being completely maintenance free in accordance with the principle of “install and forget “.

  1. UWT Portfolio

UWT provides sensors for the measurement of level and limit level in bulk solids and liquids. Depending on the medium and application, different measurement techniques are used as well as a range of complete systems for level monitoring and visualization. The product lines include not only an economic standard but also particularly high grade, premium versions. UWT devices are completely maintenance-free and, importantly, carry international certificates.  All limit switches are available with universal voltage electronics as standard or as an option.

1.1 Sensors for Level Detection:

Rotary Paddle Level Switch – Rotonivo® Series 3/6

  • Variable extension lengths – either rope or tube
  • Extension and process connection available in stainless steel
  • Adjustable sensitivity
  • EHEDG compliant
  • Suitable for use in high temperatures of up to 1,100°C
  • Modular design
  • Rotonivo® 6000 SIL 2 compliant
  • All-rounder suitable for all applications
  • Wide variety of configuration options

Rotary Paddle Level Switch – Rotonivo® Series 4000

  • Variable extension lengths – either with pendulum shaft or rope extension
  • Version with plastic housing and process connection
  • Various process connections
  • Adjustable sensitivity
  • Modular design
  • The plastic design offers increased corrosion resistance

Vibrating Fork Level Switch – Vibranivo® Series 1/2/5/6

  • Variable extension lengths – either rope or cable extension
  • Extension and process connection available in stainless steel
  • Sensitive to the lightest bulk materials (< 5g/l)
  • EHEDG compliant
  • Version with separate housing available
  • NAMUR-electronics
  • Suitable for interface measurement within sediment tanks/containers

Vibrating Fork Level Switch – Vibranivo® Series 4000

  • Variable extension lengths – either rope or cable extension
  • Extension and process connection available in stainless steel
  • Extension, process connection, and oscillators cast from one mold
  • Sensitivity from 30g/l

 

Vibrating Single Rod Level Switch – Mononivo® Series 4000

  • Variable extension lengths – either rope or cable extension
  • Heavy mechanical loading
  • High-quality material in the process (SS 316L)
  • High surface quality
  • Sensitivity adjustable in 4 settings
  • Temperature range from -40°C to +150°C
  • Robust version
  • Suitable for overpressure up to 16bar
  • Compact Limit switch with threads from 1″

Capacitive Level Switch – RFnivo® Series 3000

  • Variable extension lengths – either rope or cable extension
  • Extension and process connection available in stainless steel (Stainless steel probe material with FDA conformity)

  • Version with plastic coated extension available
  • Can be used in low dielectric values from 1.5 DK
  • EHEDG compliant
  • Suitable for use in high temperatures of up to 500°C
  • Suitable for use in process pressures of up to 25bar
  • “Active Shield Technology” for anti-caking functionality
  • Available as remote version
  • User-friendly parameter setting via display and function buttons with measurement results given also via display
  • Simple automatic calibration at startup

Capacitive Level Switch – Capanivo® Series 4000

  • Variable extension lengths – either rope or cable extension
  • The version available with plastic housing, process connection, and extension
  • Extension FDA compliant
  • Can be used in low dielectric values from 1.6 DK
  • Suitable for use in high temperatures of up to 180°C
  • “Active Shield Technology” for anti-caking functionality
  • Integrated earthing in-process connection
  • No calibration required

1.2 Sensors for Level Control:

Electro-mechanical Plumb Bob Sensors – Nivobob® Series 3000

  • Measuring range up to 50m (silo height)
  • Easy commissioning
  • Rope and tape version
  • Integrated tape cleaner
  • Threaded or flanged process connection
  • Modbus and Profibus interface
  • Reliable measurement results independent of material
  • Suitable for interface measurement within sediment tanks/Containers

Electro-mechanical Plumb Bob Sensors – Nivobob® Series 4000

  • Measuring range up to 30m (silo height)
  • Easy commissioning
  • Rope and tape version
  • Integrated tape cleaner
  • Threaded or flanged process connection
  • Aiming flange for angled installation

Radar sensor – NivoRadar® 3000

  • Measuring range up to 100m (silo height)
  • Aiming flange model
  • Robust stainless-steel housing IP68
  • High sensitivity (DK ≥ 1.6)
  • Temperature solution up to +200°C
  • 78 GHz technology
  • 4° beam angle
  • Lens antenna and mounting flange are flush
  • Integrated lens cleaner
  • Simple, six-step commissioning

Visualization – Nivotec® Series 2/3/4

  • Web-based visualization solution
  • Level monitoring and analysis via ethernet
  • Remote access via internet option
  • Complete system for plug and play
  • Sensor interface for 4-20mA or Modbus RTU
  • Expandable to monitor up to 15 or 30 silos within a plant
  • Full, empty, demand, fault alarm via email option
  • Signal output for silo full alarm
  • Effective silo management

Complete system for:

  • Level indication
  • Trend display
  • Data storage
  • Remote fill level analysis

The main processes involved in the production of feed are storage, weighing and mixing with conditioning, pelletizing, followed by cooling and crushing. There are also other processes such as extrusion, conveying and dosing applications. UWT level technology is used in almost all sectors, for level indication or to control limit levels for all bulk solids.

 

Anderson Negele’s ILM-4 conductivity sensor with IO-Link

Conductivity sensor with IO-Link

The ILM-4 conductivity sensor with IO-Link is a big step to industry 4.0 in hygienic process technology.

Proven industry standard now also for hygienic and aseptic applications

IO-Link offers advantages in process control and monitoring. The ILM-4 conductivity sensor, the first of a whole range of measuring instruments to be equipped with an additional IO-Link interface, is a well-known and proven conductivity sensor on the market. This will be followed in due course by the sensors ITM-51 for turbidity, NSL-F for level, L3 for pressure and D3 for differential pressure and volume, all based on the modular platform with fail-safe plug-and-play technology with standard cable for time-and-cost-saving installation and set-up.

The (R)evolution of conductivity measurement

IO-Link offers significant advantages over analogue technology when it comes to reliably controlling the entire process technology with many measuring points, control and operating elements. Set-up and installation are easy and cost-effective. A three-pole standard cable is sufficient for the signal transmission and power supply itself. In practice, point-to-point connections are made at field level from various sensors to collection points, so-called IO-Link masters, and from there via Fieldbus system to the control centre.

 

Simple data transfer becomes intelligent communication

With IO-Link, data streams in the opposite direction towards the sensors are now also possible. In this way, the status of the sensor can be checked and specifically queried at any time. This makes it possible to detect potential faults, signs of wear or an increased risk of failure at an early stage and helps to avoid production downtimes.

“Plug-and-play” takes on a whole new meaning

Sensor replacement of the ILM-4 with IO-Link becomes easier and safer than ever before and can be carried out independently, at any time and by any employee without any programming effort. The device configuration of each connected sensor can be stored in the IO-Link Master. Immediately when plugged in, the new sensor is automatically recognized, configured and parameterized by the IO-Link Master.

The new dimension in hygienic measuring technology is digital and analogue, compact or remote. It is: modular

ILM-4 conductivity transmitter with IO-Link creates planning security and flexibility for status control and sensor diagnostics for preventative maintenance avoids production downtime.  The combination with the modular platform, with the separation of sensor and electronic unit in the optional remote version, creates a unique constellation of hardware and software that is unparalleled in flexibility, simplicity and system compatibility.

ANDERSON-NEGELE’S NEW P41 PRESSURE SENSOR

Morton Controls introduces Anderson-Negele’s new P41 pressure sensor with temperature compensation providing a quality, robust and cost-effective pressure and level measurement solution.

Pressure sensors for levAnderson-Negele P41 Pressure Sensor el measurement

Anderson-Negele’s new P41 pressure sensor compliments the range of pressure sensors from Anderson-Negele being the D3, L3, LAR, DAN-HH, PFS and P41. With our comprehensive range of sensors based on various measuring methods, you can be assured of a measuring instrument, for process pressure and level measurement, that is precisely tailored to your application.

Robust, needs-based, cost-effective

Despite its compact appearance, Anderson-Negele’s new P41 pressure sensor is designed to meet the high demand of process requirements: Pressure up to 40 bar, overpressure resistant up to 100 bar, vacuum resistant. The measuring range can be individually adapted to the desired process pressures and a choice can be made between absolute and relative measuring cells. Compound measurement is also possible, that means that the relative measuring cell can also be used to measure the vacuum range.

The P41 is robust when it comes to temperatures: up to 125 °C as standard, up to 150 °C / 60 min for CIP/SIP cleaning, and even up to 250 °C permanently with optional cooling section. The entire sensor, including the diaphragm, is made of stainless steel for excellent cleanability and durability. The P41 is versatile in terms of process connections and offers, in addition to the hygienic thread “G1” with CLEANadapt, further connections according to DIN 3852 in “G1/2” and “G1”, as well as Tri-Clamp and Varivent.

The complete rugged process sensor system from a single source

Morton Controls in conjunction with Anderson-Negele offer an extensive range of sensors to make all fluid processing application efficient and reliable.  With temperature, pressure, filling level, limit level, flow measurement and monitoring along with conductivity and turbidity. Measuring methods are adapted to the special requirements for the demands of process industry, due to their innovative products that are specifically designed for sanitary and hygienic sensitive areas. Solutions based and customer-oriented approach, Anderson-Negele has become synonymous with quality and efficiency in the food, beverage and life sciences industries.

We are pleased to bring Anderson-Negele’s new P41 pressure sensor to our clients.

Contact us today if you would like to find out more.

 

UWT Level Control’s Measuring principles for level detection / level measurement

The measurement methods that UWT distinguish between are, Level Detection and Continuous Level Measurement.

Level detection is used to measure a predefined fill level, and continuous level measurement is the continuous checking of the level of the medium in a silo or a hopper.

The different measuring principles which are used in the field of level measurement technology are explained here in detail.

UWT’s Level Detection Measurement Method

Level detection is used to avoid overfilling or downtime in silos and containers.  Level limit switches are also used as spillage detectors in pipes or for the measurement of levels in interface applications.  The switching point depends on the installation position of the sensor and its configuration.  The information is analysed and transmitted via a digital signal to the control unit directly or via a fieldbus.  Other operations and alarms such as a filling stop and start, or demand signal can thus be triggered.  Level switches are used in solids, liquids or sticky media.

 

UWT’s Measurement method – continuous level measurement

Continuous level measurement,  the constant determining of the fill level, is already built into many silos, containers or process vessels, in order to implement optimum material logistics. For these measuring applications various factors such as silo and vessel geometry, sensor mounting position, the properties of the medium such as flowability, bulk density, conductivity, moisture, dust and adhesion all play a role and must be considered when selecting the right measuring principle.

 

MORTON CONTROLS FOR MORE INFO:

TELEPHONE: 0861 000 393

EMAIL:  sales@mortoncontrols.co.za / ian@mortcon.co.za

 

Sensotech – LiquiSonic® Online Bath Monitor

The Sensotech LiquiSonic® Online Bath Monitor is a high sophisticated liquid analyser that is based on modern technologies and a comfortable operation. Measuring precisely the temperature-compensated sonic velocity directly in the bath or pipe, the analyser determines continuously and in real time the concentration and contamination degree in cleaning or surface treatment baths.

The system consists of one or more intelligent sensors and one controller, which are connected with each other by a digital line of almost any length.  A maximum of four sensors combined with only one controller is suited for almost any distance between the individual measuring points.

This Sensotech sensor can be integrated in any facility and is installed directly in the bath or pipe from DN 6 (NPS 1/8″) or larger. For process automation, the online bath monitor can be connected to the process control system.

Applications in industrial parts cleaning and surface treatment

  • cleaning processes
  • coating processes
  • hardening processes
  • etching and pickling processes

Sensotech says the benefits for the user are:

  • online concentration monitoring for optimum bath preparation and continuous bath maintenance
  • automated and exact re-dosing by transferring the measuring results to the control system
  • efficient control of bath changes by continuous measurement of the bath contamination degree
  • quality assurance by stable concentration level
  • cost savings by reduction of resource consumption and expenditure of time
  • complete documentation of the process parameters for traceability and audits

Advantages of Sensotech’s LiquiSonic®

  • widest range of sensors from the standard product with an attractive price-performance ratio to the sensor with customized process connection, corrosion-resistant material and variable installation dimensions
  • precise temperature measurement and dynamic compensation
  • integrated flow detection (flow-stop-feature)
  • status monitoring via integrated absorption measurement and SonicGraph®
  • creating and uploading of product datasets by the user possible
  • maximum robustness and connection of up to four sensors to one controller

 

Contact us at Morton Controls for more info on Sensotech products.

https://mortoncontrols.co.za/contact/

0861 000 393
sales@mortoncontrols.co.za /ian@mortcon.co.za