JM Canty Ltd

Ballycoolin Business Park, Blanchardstown, D15 KV02 Dublin
Ireland

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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 05  Measurement, testing, control technology and software
  • 05.01  Measurement and control technology, sensoring
  • 05.01.01  Measurement and control
  • 05.01.01.01  Measurement and control of glass level

Our products

Product category: Measurement and control of glass level

ANSI / DIN FUSEVIEW™ SIGHT GLASS

CANTY Fuseview™ sight glasses have been engineered to meet all your process and safety needs. All standard Fuseviews™ were designed and tested to ensure the safest product available.

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Product category: Measurement and control of glass level

ASEPTIC NA-CONNECT® FUSEVIEW™ SIGHT GLASS


Features:

• No loss of glass over time
• Scratches do not affect safety or life
• Unlike competitors glass, no cracks

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Product category: Measurement and control of glass level

ASEPTIC NA-CONNECT® ONE PIECE FUSEVIEW™ SIGHT GLASS


CANTY Fuseview™ sight glasses have been engineered to meet all your process and safety needs. NA-Connect® Fuseviews™ are a fused sight glass providing one-piece construction with no additional gaskets or torquing required. All standard NA-Connect® Fuseviews™ were designed and tested to ensure the safest product available.

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About us

Company details

Canty is an outgrowth of the consulting practice of John M. Canty, P.E. in designing a very deep high pressure Diving Research Facility, capable of simulating ocean depths of over a mile, he found that no lighting components were available which would withstand the required pressure of 2500 PSI. It was, therefore, necessary to develop a light that would permit illuminating the chamber at these unusual conditions. Since this vessel (now installed in the high pressure laboratory of the University at Buffalo-Department of Physiology) was to be used for manned experiments, it was desirable to keep the electrical components outside. This is due to the potential fire hazard of electrical sparks in a confined environment.

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