Gas technology manufacturer Witt will unveil their devices featuring integrated sensor systems and electronic interfaces at this year’s Schweissen & Schneiden trade fair.

Held in Düsseldorf from 25th to 29th September, the company will be previewing the next chapter in its development called the ‘Witt 4.0’ era.

Several new devices with so-called smart options will be presented. These include a dome-loaded pressure regulator that can record upstream and downstream pressure as well as gas temperature, and calculate the flow rate. If required, all these parameters can be displayed. Plus, the new generation of non-return valves - a tiny module for recording gas pressure and temperature is contained in the component.

In a press release, Witt said, “At Stand G37 in Hall 11, decision-makers and application users can discover how safe and transparent gas supply and production processes can be. ‘Industry 4.0’ is the name given by the German government to system configurations integrating state-of-the-art IT technology. The manufacturer has taken a leaf out of the government’s book: The company has called the next chapter in its development the ‘Witt 4.0’ era.”

Witt’s Managing Director, Martin Bender, said, “By combining them with high-tech sensors and electronic components, we’re taking our first-class fittings into the next generation.”