About

At SST Sensing Ltd, our experienced and professional employees design and manufacture a range of Fluid and Gas Sensing Solutions and have supplied these products to industry for over 10 years. Within our vast range of products you will find;

Our primary goal is to deliver the required sensing and control solutions to our customers which exactly meet their technical and commercial sensor requirements. This can be achieved through our standard range of sensors or providing customer specific sensor solutions.

Our technical department comprises of highly experienced and qualified engineers who work extensively with our customers to ensure their requirements are met. Our engineers work with customers to provide full application and technical support if required.

Where a specific solution is required, SST will identify the suitable technology and use this as a building block to provide a bespoke customer solution (Please see our Case Studies for specific examples).

SST Sensing Ltd now has over 40 employees and our success is growing day by day. The core of this success is due to our strong commitment to our customers. Therefore, we want to ensure that our customers feel valued at all times.

Liquid Level
Sensors
Pressure
Sensors
Temperature
Sensors
Oxygen
Sensors
CO2 Air
Quality Monitors
 
CO2
Sensors
Position
Sensors
Speed
Sensors
Optical Proximity
Sensors
 




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Technical Articles

Case Study: Emergency Cut-off Switch Solves Shearing Health & Safety Issue (Sensing and Measurement Instruments) Our customer, a leading supplier of shearing equipment, found an inherent health & safety issue with their sheep shearing units. It was found that when the shearing blades became blocked with... (View Full Article)
Case Study: Float Switch Technology Replacement with Electronic Sensor for Cost Reduction (Sensing and Measurement Instruments) Our customer was using a stainless steel electro mechanical float switch to measure high levels of oil in a tank. The float switch had an M18 stainless steel thread and was electrically specified at... (View Full Article)