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Andrew Gracie, the BoE's executive director of resolution, said, 'The results should provide a direct readout on a firm's capability to withstand cyber-attacks that on the basis of current intelligence have the most potential, combining probability and impact, to have an adverse impact on financial stability.
The DBM610 is perfect for HVAC testing, adjusting and balancing; direct readout at supply and return airflow; air velocity measurement in the duct; and checking filter fouling by measuring differential pressure.
This allows a direct readout of cathodic protection levels on critical components in the tree without needing an ROV-interfaced probe.
This direct readout approach that Caliper technology uses provides more accurate results and reduced assay-development time.
No calibration is required, as the instrument utilises a simple yet precise heating and monitoring system to give a direct readout of thermal conductivity, thermal diffusivity and temperature.
The most compact, rugged, and stable airborne particulate monitor available, it provides direct readout of respirable mass concentrations, time-weighted averages, and maximum and short-term-exposure-limit levels, as well as complete diagnostic information.
Provides direct readout of tension in pounds, ounces, PLI, ounces per inch, newtons, grams, newtons per centimeter.
Direct readout is provided of A-side and B-side flow rates and ratio during dispensing.