Improving Sub-Ambient Reaction Reproducibility

Accurate, stable temp control from – 60 °C up to +150 °C Isleham, UK  —  The DrySyn Snowstorm MULTI from Asynt provides a simple and highly effective way to perform multiple reactions in parallel across a large temperature range including sub-ambient chemistries such as organometallic … Continue reading Continue reading

Firefighters Portable Radios May Fail at Elevated Temperatures

Seven Models Failed in NIST Tests Gaithersburg MD, USA –New test results* from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) confirm that portable radios used by firefighters can fail to operate properly within 15 minutes when exposed to temperatures … Continue reading Continue reading

Enforcing Environmental Protection in the Netherlands

Report FLIR Systems GF320 camera can uphold regulations Meer, Belgium — The Dutch Environmental Protection Agency (DMCR) is shown in an applications report* and video describing how it is using a FLIR Systems GF320 Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) camera to uphold … Continue reading Continue reading

PROCESS SENSORS’ NEW HIGH PERFORMANCE IR PYROMETER

OPTIONS OF LASER OR COLOR VIDEO SIGHTING Franklin Lakes NJ, USA — Process Sensors Corporation introduces its newest self-contained pyrometer models, the stand-alone PSC-G54NL/NV and PSC-S54NL/NV. With a choice of two sighting methods, these products deliver high resolution fixed focus … Continue reading Continue reading

Fluke’s P3 Series Thermal Imagers

3.7-inch diagonal, full VGA-color LCD displays EVERETT WA, USA. – Fluke Corporation  introduces the P3 Series of handheld Thermal Imagers. These thermal imagers deliver proven, practical performance for a wide range of diagnostic applications. Based on the award-winning Ti32, the … Continue reading Continue reading

Carbon Ceramic Sensors (CCS) for cryogenic temps

From Temati in Oxford UK Oxford, UK — Carbon Ceramic Sensors (CCS) are produced from the latest generation of optimised tvo resistors. Carbon Ceramic temperature sensors adhere to a single resistance vs. temperature curve and are suitable for measurements in … Continue reading Continue reading

NEW Fluke DAQ 6.0 Application Software

Provides effortless analysis for Fluke 1586A Super-DAQ & more… Everett WA, USA — Introducing how one can log, chart and analyze 1586A Super-DAQ data from your computer. Fluke DAQ DAQ 6.0 Application Software is praised by users for its versatile handling … Continue reading Continue reading

Spectroscopic technique enhances monitoring of pharmaceutical freeze drying

by William J. Kessler, Physical Sciences Inc. Online — SP Scientific has published a new white paper, Application of TDLAS to Monitoring Pharmaceutical Lyophilization, on its website that examines the benefits of applying Tunable Diode Laser Absorption Spectroscopy (TDLAS) for … Continue reading Continue reading

Inline concentration measurement as part of the technical program of the lubricant forum

Monitoring of lubricants and cleaning agents Magdeburg–Barleben, GERMANY — Industrial applications, the performance and maintenance of lubricants, were the topics at the lubricant forum, that took place in Fellbach near Stuttgart, Germany, on December 3rd and 4th, 2014. Within the … Continue reading Continue reading

IR PYROMETERS WITH LED FOCUSING & WIDE MEASUREMENT RANGE

New SPOT series from AMETEK Land over 250 to 1800 C range Dronfield, UK — A new series of fully integrated SPOT infrared pyrometers providing high accuracy, flexibility and ease of use has been introduced by AMETEK Land. The SPOT infrared … Continue reading Continue reading