"Celebrating 50 Years" A Measure of Success
Established in 1962, Kenelec Scientific is one of Australia's leading and longest serving scientific & environmental technology companies. With offices in Sydney and Melbourne and key distributors located throughout Australasia, we are recognized as innovative industry leaders in the supply of latest generation technologies at competitive prices.
Kenelec Scientific provides a wide range of scientific and environmental solutions to companies throughout Australasia. We employ highly trained and experienced sales and technical support staff, maintain state-of-the-art NATA accredited calibration laboratories, offer a range of popular laboratory services, provide validation services to industry and have an established rental department servicing the needs of our rental clients.
Kenelec Scientific operates a Quality Management System that fully complies to ISO 9001:2008 and is committed to providing the highest level of service and technical support on an extensive range of innovative products.
The Airflow Positive and Negative Duct Accreditation (PANDA) System PAN341 Series provides contractors, commissioning engineers, and research and development technicians with the best in class choice of test equipment to quantify air leakage in ductwork and other areas as well as the ability to measure the performance of ducted systems. The PANDA provides a fast, accurate, automated solution and helps to ensure compliance with European standards like EN12237, EN1507, EN13779, EUROVENT 2/2 standards and with A merican standards like SMACNA, enhancing energy savings in buildings.
- Christmas Cheer & Opening Hours - Tue, Dec 10 2013
- Nanoparticles from Printer Emissions in Workplace Environments - Tue, Feb 26 2013
- Indoor Air Quality feature printed in Climate Control News - Tue, Aug 21 2012
- New TSI ACCUBALANCE® Capture Hood 8380 and Micromanometer Kit 8715 - Sat, Jul 28 2012
- Introducing TSI's New NanoScan SMPS Nanoparticle Sizer Model 3910 - Tue, Jun 12 2012
TSI's POWERVIEW™ Stereoscopic PIV systems represent a breakthrough in PIV technology for making three-component flow measurements with patented ultrahigh resolution capability. Stereoscopic PIV is used to obtain the three-component velocity field in the planar region illuminated by a laser light sheet. The fundamental principle behind 3-D PIV is stereoscopic imaging of particles in an illuminated plane in the flow. Two cameras view the plane at different angles and capture particle displacement images that contain the influence of the third velocity component. Innovative data reduction provides the true particle displacements and on-line 3-D velocity vector field display.