Welcome to this webinar series about humidity measurement in industrial processes. By deepening your understanding of humidity in industrial context, you can improve your process efficiency and product quality while saving energy. For industrial manufacturing, humidity can be both a necessity and a pollutant, depending on the application.
Throughout the series, different Vaisala’s experts will share their knowledge and examples on humidity theory and measurements, as well as on maintaining audit-proof measurement instruments with long life-cycles. The series is suitable for all levels of expertise.
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Register to episodes 1 - 5 below.
The first episode covers the basics of humidity, including relative humidity, dew point, and frost point with examples. We go over the different quantities used for industrial humidity measurements and give suggestions on selecting parameters for different applications.
The second episode discusses how accuracy of a humidity instrument is ensured and what is the role of the International System of Units (SI).
The third episode focuses on calibrations, how to plan and schedule them and what type of factors play a role in optimizing the instrument lifetime.
In this episode of Humidity Academy, the webinar series is about humidity measurement in industrial processes, Nevon Mansour and Joni Partanen will take us to Vaisala’s humidity laboratory and we will experience firsthand concrete examples of how to use the Vaisala’s Humidity Calculator to convert from parameter to another, and witness how changes in ambient conditions affect different parameters.
The fifth episode is for everyone using compressed air and interested in improving the efficiency of the process as well as quality of the end-product. Joni Partanen and Antti Viitanen will discuss dew point measurement from different angles, the effect of pressure, and more.
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