Ergonomics is a topic that is discussed far less than needed. It’s easy to pass off ergonomic design as a luxury, and one that the industrial workplace can’t afford. The term refers to far more than the overpriced chair sitting in your boss's office however. It’s a principle that can be (and should be) integrated into every industry across the board, from industrial to recreational to medical.
Handles and grips are needed for human interaction with most tools. And while it’s easy to just use the cheapest option available, this might have disastrous results in the long run. The correct texturing and shape of a grip or a knob can increase control and precision for the operator, leading to far fewer mistakes in the course of worker handling. Proper handle size can ensure a tool doesn’t slip in its operator’s hand, preventing employee blunders and possible injuries. The physical material of the handgrip can also come into play. In certain medical and industrial roles, temperatures are drastically reduced or increased. In these situations, it is important to utilize a handle material that is highly temperature-insensitive. There are many factors to consider, and each sector of business presents its own distinct challenges.
EI Sensor Technologies is a leading manufacturer of temperature sensors, and supports there application within the HVAC industry. EI Sensors manufactures top quality PTC and NTC Thermistors, RTDs (Resistance Temperature Detectors), Thermistor Probe Assemblies and RTD Probe Assemblies. These products play an integral part in the HVAC industry.
Highlighting TCH's newest manufacture, EI Sensors. EI Sensor Technologies offers a full line of temperature sensors including thermistors, RTDS, and probe accessories. Check out EI Sensors product lines, details on product lines, and applications. Industries who use temperature sensor technologies from EI Sensor include HVAC/R, building automation, industrial electronics, food processing, transportation, automobiles, medical and healthcare. and more.