Newton

The Newton family tree grows more branches

When the first Newton thermal manikin was built back in 2001, for Loughborough University (UK), Thermetrics engineers had no idea Newton would be so… prolific.  Or so well-traveled. 

In the short span of 15 years Newton installations have sprung up around the world, including the USA, Korea, Germany, France, Japan, China, Canada, Taiwan, Belgium, Portugal, Australia, Singapore, Spain, Italy, Poland, Czech Republic, Lebanon, India, Russia, and of course England – where it all began.

Newton and Team Show 12th Man Spirit

12th Man Spirit!

Newton and team are showing Seahawks spirit before Sunday's Superbowl game against the New England Patriots.  Newton is wearing Seahawks jersey #31 belonging to Kam Chancellor, a founding father of the "Legion of Boom."

Newton is surrounded by team members from MTNW's Thermal group, Line Control group, and Engineered Compost Systems.

It is the second straight year the Seahawks have earned their way to the Superbowl.  In the run up to the big game, it seems half the city of Seattle is wearing blue and green.   Our team says about Sunday's Superbowl game, "bring it on!"

Research Presentation at the ECPC symposium, in Valencia, Spain

The 5th European Conference on Protective Clothing (ECPC) is being held May 29-31 in Valencia, Spain. Hosted this year by AITEX Research Textile Institute, in association with the European Society of Protective Clothing (ESPC), the symposium serves as a forum for dissemination, exchange, and discussion of the results from research, development, and implementation efforts related to personal protective clothing, with a strong focus on protective properties and the well-being of the users of protective clothing.

IDS (Intelligence & Design Systems) visits MTNW

Measurement Technology NW representatives Sugimoto Hideyo and Hiroyuki Kajioka, from IDS Japan, visited the company last week to discuss sales activities within Japan and to receive training on proper operation, service, and support for customers of our SGHP-8.2 sweating hotplate with integrated chamber.