Armfield were extremely honoured to be invited to the Annual Brockenhurst Gala awards dinner to receive the Brockenhurst College “employer of the year award” from the Principal, Polly Perkins CBE and Graham Beards, The Chair of Governors. As part of our continued social responsibility program, the Armfield team has been actively involved in working with More
Armfield is pleased to announce the acquisition of RJ Lewis Ltd, a leading high quality plastic machining and manufacturing specialist. Armfield’s corporate mission is to be the leading manufacturer of engineering teaching and research equipment and industrial research & development equipment. The acquisition of a key supplier such as RJ Lewis Ltd brings us one More
NQA Vietnam successfully installed Armfield products in Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology this week, great work NQA!
Armfield’s laboratory flow channel is one of the most important tools available to the hydraulics or civil engineer whether engaged in teaching basic principles or researching solutions to practical problems. A comprehensive range of accessories are available for selection, these provide the basis for a large number of practical experiments in open channel flow. See More
Armfield Ltd are feeling nostalgic today….. Take a look at these historical adverts from 120 years ago, the company had several foundry’s producing farm machinery, public works projects such as lamp posts but specialised in water irrigation. In 1898 Armfield started selling the Empire Turbine, a reliable, easy to maintain and operate motor for obtaining power from water, More
Current studies in geoscience and earth science include so much more than rocks and volcanoes. It looks at the processes that shape the earth’s surface, natural resources and how water and ecosystems are interconnected. It also looks at the effects these have caused in the past, present and what changes may need to be implemented More
The Armfield C6-MKII-10 Fluid Friction Measurements unit provides facilities for the detailed study of fluid friction head losses, which occur when an incompressible fluid flows through pipes, fittings and flow metering devices. A wide range of measurements, demonstrations and training exercises are possible with the equipment: · Confirming the relationship between head loss due to More
Armfield’s range of computer-controlled products, provide not only real time monitoring and datalogging, but additional computer control of multiple variables used when undertaking experimentation. For example, in our heat exchanger range both the hot and cold-water flow rates can be controlled from the mimic diagram screen in the HT30XC software, which is supplied as standard. More
The Armfield SV101 is a compact interface unit for the Armfield Structures range which can be placed in a convenient position beside the test equipment.
The unit provides direct integration between a compatible structures experiment and the Armfield armBUS software.