News and press release archive

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Strainstall's load monitoring equipment supports BAS Halley VI relocation project

Extreme temperature shackles provided load data during towing operations of Halley VI modules in Antarctica.

Strainstall exhibiting at the James Fisher open day

Strainstall is pleased to announce that we will be attending the first James Fisher open day, this July 5.

Join Strainstall at the CIRIA roadshow, Solihull

Strainstall is pleased to be presenting at the CIRIA hidden defect roadshow this July 4 in Solihull, West Midlands.

StressAlert™ hull stress monitoring system installed on Gaza FSO

Strainstall’s StressAlert™ hull stress monitoring system to enhance safety of Gaza FSO

Strainstall supported the Halley Antarctic ice station relocation project

Dubbed the world's most extreme moving job, Britain's Antarctic research base, Halley VI, was moved 23km and Strainstall was able to provide vital load monitoring information to ensure the safe towing of the base.

Launch of zone 1 hazardous area SmartLoad® products

Strainstall's sister company, Scotload launches zone 1 SmartLoad® wireless load monitoring products, to help deliver improved operational safety in hazardous ares.

Strainstall contributes to new bridge monitoring guidance

Strainstall has contributed to an influential new report, offering comprehensive guidance on hidden defect detection across a wide range of bridge types.

Container Weight System™ successfully achieves EU-type approval

Strainstall in world-first with EU-type approval for load pin based container weighing system.

Strainstall exhibiting at Bridges 2017

CIRIA, Strainstall and industry leaders have conducted extensive research into hidden defect monitoring on bridges. Come and speak to our specialist team at the Bridges 2017 conference to find out more.

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