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Iowa State says “Thank you NFPA!” – Shop Local


Students at Iowa State University are working on a research project, Dielectric Spectroscopic Sensor Development for Hydraulic Fluid Contaminant Detection, funded by the NFPA Education and Technology Foundation. The goal of the project is to develop a practical dielectric sensor for detecting contaminants in hydraulic fluids. The video features Professor Brian Steward and his students talking about their progress on the sensor project. It takes you inside the lab at Iowa State, where each year, 150 students use the equipment to study the basics of hydraulics. You’ll hear first-hand as they discuss the importance of fluid power and what it means to them.


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