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Custom Precision Sensing Components
Sensing components are integral to several applications including systems for flight control, landing gear, doors, cryogenics, and more. In this webinar, our design and engineering experts will review design specifications for custom components used to sense atmospheric conditions like pressure and temperature and will provide details on how to achieve desired performance through strategic design.

Topics:
• Properties of metal bellows used for sensing
• Types of metal bellows (Atherm, Aneroids, Volume Compensators, and more)
• Product recommendations by application
• Standard vs. custom metal bellows
• Common design mistakes and how to avoid them

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Dec 15, 2022 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Robert Collins
Technical Support Engineer @Servometer
Robert Collins is a technical sales engineer at Servometer, focusing on electro-deposited bellows technology in the aerospace, medical, instrumentation, and energy industries. He has provided engineering support with new project designs as well as new product applications since joining Servometer in 2011. He has an extensive background in environmental controls and equipment design and has been involved in both R&D and manufacturing engineering for more than 20 years.
Peter Senaluck
Engineering Manager @MW Components - Corona
Peter has over 10 years of experience in engineering with a strong background in aviation and aerospace. He presently works for MW Components - Corona as an Engineering Manager and has a BS in Aerospace Engineering as well as an MBA from UC, Irvine - The Paul Merage School of Business.
Mark Rawls
Technical Sales & Pricing Engineer @MW Components - Ormond Beach
Mark has over 20 years of experience in sales, working with customers directly to find custom solutions to fit their needs. He’s worked in university labs and corporate engineering in both the US and Germany. He has worked at MW Components’ Ormond Beach facility for more than 10 years. The past 7 years of that time have been spent helping customers develop custom edge welded bellows assembly designs for various industries and applications.