Position Partners to distribute Soil Instruments sensors

By on 8 December, 2020

Position Partners will distribute Soil Instruments’ range of geotechnical sensors in Australia.

The veteran sensor maker produces precision monitoring instruments such as strain gauges and piezometers to detect miniscule changes in pressure or settlement for applications such as micro deformations in steel or concrete.

The announcement of a formalised agreement comes after a Position Partners has been supplying Soil Instrument sensors to meet highly specific needs, according to the company.

“Position Partners has worked with Soil Instruments’ product range for 18 months for specific projects that have required specialised sensors,” said Andrew Jones, Monitoring Marketing Development Manager at Position Partners.

“Soil Instruments has an excellent reputation amongst engineers and geotechnical specialists for their high quality monitoring products,” he added. “Their range expands our monitoring solution portfolio, providing customers a more efficient technical and commercial offering,” he added.

Position Partners packages Soil Instruments tools with Senceive wireless IoT monitoring solutions.

“We are pleased to announce our agreement with Position Partners, a company that has years of experience in successfully delivering and supporting monitoring solutions for mining, renewable energy and infrastructure projects,” said David Welch Sales and Marketing Manager from Soil Instruments.

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