Get the most out of your dew point measurements – Measuring dew point in a compressed air system

Air compressor system
Industrial Manufacturing and Processes
Industrial Measurements
4PM Paris, 10AM New York

Summary

As energy is a critical and pricy utility, it is wise to optimize all energy-intensive processes. Using pneumatic systems is often significantly more expensive than electricity, especially if energy is wasted. Reliable dew point measurements are the key when it comes to compressed air systems. Besides energy savings, measuring the dew point in the CAS also makes sure that there is no excess humidity that pollutes the compressed air. This is a vital requirement in many industries, such as food & beverage, and pharmaceuticals.

This 60-minute webinar will give you a comprehensive overview of how to create a more cost efficient and energy efficient process when using compressed air or inert gasses:

 

  • Working principle of a dew point sensor with compressed air and inert gasses
  • Quality of a polymer dew point sensor versus other technologies
  • Installation tips including the effect of measuring in air pockets
  • Energy savings and selecting the right air/gas dryer
  • Where to install dew point sensors in a factory
  • The power of combining sensor data
  • How permanent monitoring can help you to keep energy costs and maintenance costs low.

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Speakers

Menno Verbeek, VPInstruments

Menno Verbeek

Menno Verbeek is Sales Director of VPInstruments and an expert on compressed air monitoring systems project management. Menno believes that control systems and monitoring systems should run parallel to each other and that measuring, trending, alarming, and reporting of any utility, should be effortless, understandable, and easy for all.

Antti Viitanen, Product Manager

Antti Viitanen

Product Manager

Antti Viitanen is a Product Manager at Vaisala for Industrial Instruments and is mainly focusing on OEM products/Dew Point and Carbon Dioxide products. He has over 15 years of experience in electronic sensor technology. Antti holds a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Aalto University, Finland.