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Home / News Archive 2008

Electronica Exhibition, Munich, Germany

20 October 2008

ACS Environmental Testing Division will attend Electronica Exhibition taking place in Munich Germany from 11th to 14th November 2008.

On show will be the Discovery 110 T&RH test chamber, together with the thermal shock chamber CST130 S "flapper"

Further new sections (Press Release, virtual factory tour,etc.) and dynamic features that will be added very soon.

ACS representatives will be available at the stand no. 232 - Hall A1 according to the following schedule:
Mr. Stefano Passerini Tuesday 11 - Wednesday 12
Mrs. Daniela Falini Thursday 13 - Friday 14
Mr. Paolo Santilli Tuesday 11 - Friday 14


ACS's new website

27 May 2008

May 2008 sees the launch of ACS's new website, re-designed in collaboration with our designer Susanna Corsi.

With a new and more streamlined design, the new site is easier to navigate around and offers a better overall view of Angelantoni Corporate Group. We believe the finished result is a far more user friendly site, enabling users to find the information they need more quickly and easily and save valuable time as a result.

Further new sections (Press Release, virtual factory tour,etc.) and dynamic features that will be added very soon.

ACS at BIAS, the Biennial International Exhibition of Automation Instrumentation, Microelectronics and ICT for Industry

15 May 2008

ACS will attend BIAS 2008 - the Biennial International Exhibition of Automation, Instrumentation, Microelectronics and ICT for Industry - taking place in Milan on 27-30 May 2008, showing the following equipment:

  • Thermal shock chamber CST 130S
  • New T & RH test chamber DISCOVERY110
  • FLOWER600

Archimede Solar Energy, the company of the Angelantoni Group operating in the Renewable Energies sector, will show the receiver tube for high temperature (550°C) thermodynamic sun power stations they produce under license from ENEA (government-funded agency specialized in alternative energies).
Fieramilano, Rho - Italy


17 Apr 2008

We require an engineer to carry out repairs to climatic chambers at our customers sites. Experience of work on climatic chambers is desirable but not essential.

Overtime available. Fully expensed company vehicle.

If you are interested in this position please contact Bill Blake on 01992 899 440


16 Apr 2008

ETS now hold in stock WET SOCK if you require this product please contact bill.blake@ets.co.uk or call him on 0870 870 6615.


9 Apr 2008

After Productronica it's time now for the Automotive Testing Expo of Stuttgart to be the place to show Discovery, the latest new innovative chamber for Temperature and RH tests designed by ACS.

Visitors will be able to see the "bench top" model of the Discovery line, which includes standard models ranging from 112 to 1152 l.

Among the new features of Discovery chambers:

  • New KeyKratos Plus control system, including new hardware e a completely updated software
  • New humidifier with a self contained heater
  • Electromagnetic door closers, with choice of opening with key card (for security) or through a button on the touch screen

2008 will see Automotive Testing Expo Europe run at the brand-new state of the art Messe Stuttgart, located out by the airport. The new venue allowed the Fair to expand by around 30%, increasing to 30,000 m≤ of exhibition floor space. Daniela Falini, Paolo Santilli and Stefano Passerini will be available at the stand no. 1157 for all the duration of the Fair.

"more than technology"

Angelantoni Industrie at the Biennial Convention of Confindustria April the 18th

3 Apr 2008

Angelantoni Industrie have been selected by the Confederation of Italian Industry (Confindustria) to show an Italian case of "excellent increase" that will be presented by Gianluigi Angelantoni during the Biennial Convention of the Confindustria Studies Center taking place in Turin at the Lingotto Conference Center next April the 18th.

To change in order to grow is the title chosen for this event that will see crucial participations, relations and testimonies in order to understand the difficult moment of the global international economy and Italian in particular: from Alan Greenspan (former Chairman of Federal Reserve Bank) to Josť Maria Asnar (former Premier of Spain), from Claus Hjort Frederiksen (Danish Minister for Labour) to Josť Manuel Barroso (President of the European Commission). Among the Italians: Luca Cordero di Montezemolo (President of Confindustria), Andrea Pininfarina (vice President of the Confindustria Studies Center), Sergio Marchionne (Managing Director of FIAT Group).

Practical Signal Processing

12 Mar 2008

Practical Signal Processing
Short Course
14/16 May 2006

Cranfield University.

Digital signal processing equipment is widely used by engineers and scientists in the investigation of environmental and engineering problems. The aim of this three day intensive short course is to provide a basic understanding of the techniques of signal processing with particular emphasis on the practical aspects of the subject.

Delegates will benefit from a careful balance of teaching and practical work. Workshop sessions will be held each day to illustrate techniques and avoidable pitfalls in analysis procedures.

The course allows ample opportunity for delegates to ask questions and exchange ideas with lecturers and fellow delegates. Comprehensive notes covering all the lectures will be provided and these serve as a valuable reference after the course.

Further information on the course can be obtained from:
Andy Tomlinson School of Engineering CranfieldUniversity Cranfield Bedford MK43 OAL
Tel: 01234 754631 fax: 0870 0521 613
mobile: 07958 543996
Email: m.a.tomlinson@cranfield.ac.uk
Web: www.cranfield.org.uk

Fundamentals of Climatic Testing, ESS and HALT/HASS

8 Feb 2008

Equipment Reliability Institute (ERI) will organize a special course on "Fundamentals of Climatic Testing, ESS and HALT/HASS" at ACS premises in Massa Martana (PG) ITALY on 15-17 April 2008.

The course will be presented by Steve Brenner, who has been working in the field of environmental simulation and reliability testing for over 30 years, beginning in the late sixties with reliability and design verification testing on the Lunar Module, the Space Shuttle in the eighties and semiconductor manufacturing equipment in the nineties.

Interested people can register directly from ERI website:

Environmnental Chambers Bought

6 Feb 2008

Any Environmental Chamber your Company no longer requires can be bought by ETS. Please contact Trevor.Leake@ets.co.uk for further information.

ETS can now supply WET SOCK

2 Feb 2008

ETS now hold in stock WET SOCK if you require this product please contact bill.blake@ets.co.uk or call him on 0870 870 6615.

CLIMATIC TESTING 20 - 22 February 2008

10 Jan 2008

This course provides a practical introduction to climatic testing and will cover general principles, test facility requirements and practical test procedures. Topics will include a general overview, the physical processes involved and their importance in relation to world climatic conditions. The design aspects of climatic test chambers will be covered in sufficient depth for the user to fully understand their proper operation and safety. An important part of equipment usage is the measurement, recording and control of the various parameters, with emphasis on calibration, accuracy, repeatability and uncertainty of measurement.

VIBRATION TESTING 16 - 18 January 2008

7 Jan 2008

This course provides an introduction to vibration testing and outlines the principal features of typical vibration test programmes. Emphasis is placed on the practical aspects of the subject and only the essential theory is covered. The course will include the use and development of test equipment for the artificial generation and measurement of appropriate vibration environments. Instruction will be given in data analysis and interpretation in relation to technical specifications..

Cranfield University - School of Engineering

1 Jan 2008


The demand for engineering products that can withstand severe dynamic environments has led to a steady growth in the sophistication of test procedures. Increased reliability and performance are required of products ranging from consumer electronics to military hardware, and a demonstration of survival in a simulated environment is a requirement of many design specifications.

These 3 day courses will cater for engineers working in environmental test laboratories and those concerned with reliability and type approval testing, product development and screening. No prior knowledge of the subject is required and mathematics will be kept to a minimum. A balance of teaching and practical demonstrations will be presented by experienced engineers drawn from a wide variety of external organisations. The courses allow opportunities for delegates to ask questions and exchange ideas with lecturers and fellow delegates. Comprehensive notes will be provided.

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