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Gail Norton Instrumentation

19 Truman Road, Padfield Park, Pinetown

tel:  
+27 31 701 4861/2
fax:  
+27 31 702 9819
cell:  
+27 83 654 5500
email:  
[email protected]
url:  
www.gailnortoninstrumentation.co.za

Core business offering: Supplier of infrared photoelectric sensors that do not use optical lenses, therefore unaffected by contamination, water (IP67) alignment and vibration; a switch point level switch that can handle 0,5 m build-up; wafer-thin capacitive and inductive sensors; and frame and ring sensors.


Port Elizabeth
Northern Cape
Johannesburg

tel: +27 31 701 4861/2
fax: +27 31 702 9819
[email protected]
Cape Town

tel: +27 31701 4861
fax: +27 31 702 9819
[email protected]
East London
Bircham, Bronwyn
Sales
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Esterhuyse, Lucas
Sales - KwaZulu-Natal
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Norton, Gail
Owner
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AECO
(Sole Agency)
SNT Ultrasonic
(Sole Agency)
TAG
(Sole Agency)
Telco Sensors
(Sole Agency)
Section - Process Control & Manufacturing Technologies
-Capacitive & conductive
-Optical, laser
-Rotary paddle
-Ultrasonic
-Vibrating fork
-Capacitive
-Colour mark
-Edge detection
-Hot metal
-Inductive
-Infrared
-Machine guard
-Magnetic
-Photoelectric
-Ultrasonic
-Flow
-Level
News from Gail Norton Instrumentation:
Sensors for pulp and paper applications
April 2022, Sensors & Transducers, Gail Norton Instrumentation

Some of the toughest challenges for sensors are found in the pulp and paper industry. Here, high temperatures and a contaminated environment make it difficult for optical sensors to operate accurately ...

Telco sensors for refrigeration and storage
August 2021, Sensors & Transducers, Gail Norton Instrumentation

Mobile racking enables compact storage while keeping the stored pallets individually accessible. Where storage space is expensive, for example in cold stores, mobile racking is the perfect solution. Telco ...

Telco sensors for arduous packaging applications
February 2021, Sensors & Transducers, Gail Norton Instrumentation

Telco provides the packaging industry with infrared sensor solutions for challenging applications. The company’s sensor solution experience and problem-solving spans various fields including packaging, ...

Infrared sensors for stock control
October 2019, Sensors & Transducers, Gail Norton Instrumentation

Telco’s high performance, self-contained infrared sensor series provides a total solution for pulp and paper applications. This industry poses serious problems for photoelectric sensors as the highly ...

Telco sensors in conveyor belt monitoring
January 2019, Sensors & Transducers, Gail Norton Instrumentation

Ordinary belt monitoring units can detect belt failure, but many require frequent maintenance for reliable operation. This is why Telco designed a system that ensures peace of mind for the plant owner. The ...

Telco sensors for stockyard control
October 2018, Sensors & Transducers, Gail Norton Instrumentation

Telco’s high performance, self-contained infrared sensor series provides a total solution for pulp and paper applications. This industry poses serious problems for photoelectric sensors as the highly ...

Telco sensors for break detection
May 2018, Sensors & Transducers, Gail Norton Instrumentation

Some of the toughest challenges for sensors are found in the pulp and paper industry. Here, high temperatures and a contaminated environment make it difficult for optical sensors to operate accurately ...

Telco sensors for elevator ­management
March 2018, Sensors & Transducers, Gail Norton Instrumentation

The Space Motion Series SMM 01 from Telco Sensors operate on the Doppler radar principle to detect motion in a defined area by means of microwaves using the latest sensor technologies. With its compact ...

Telco sensors for refrigeration and storage
February 2018, Sensors & Transducers, Gail Norton Instrumentation

Mobile racking enables compact storage while keeping the stored pallets individually accessible. Where storage space is expensive, for example in cold stores, mobile racking is the perfect solution. Telco ...

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