In this episode of Vaisala’s Humidity Academy webinar series, Vaisala's Product Managers Joni Partanen and Antti Viitanen discuss some of the key factors related to compressed air and dew point measurements. The webinar is hosted by Vaisala's Application Engineer Nevon Mansour.
When dealing with compressed air, measuring small changes in dew point temperature can really make a difference. The key goals for measuring dew point in a compressed air system are often to ensure that energy and materials are not being wasted, capacity is not being lost, and the end-product does not suffer from excess moisture or related contamination.
Join our experts to hear some of the key factors that you should know when measuring compressed air.
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Nevon works as Application Engineer at Vaisala Industrial Instruments and has several years of industrial experience.
She holds a B.Sc. in Mechanical engineering with a concentration on Mechatronics from the University of Oulu, Faculty of Technology, and is finalizing her master's degree.
Joni Partanen is a Product Manager at Vaisala. He is responsible for the development of humidity and vaporized hydrogen peroxide measuring products. He has over 16 years of experience in process industry measurement technology, industrial engineering, and instrumentation. Joni holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Automation Technology.
An expert in Carbon Capture/CCUS technologies, Product Manager Antti Viitanen works chiefly with OEM, Carbon Dioxide and Dew Point products. With over 15 years of experience in electronic sensor technology, Antti holds a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Aalto University, Finland.