Measuring Humidity in Condensing Environments
Energy efficiency and humidity measurement are tightly connected. Getting accurate humidity data usually means an improved possibility to control your process, save energy and improve the end-product quality. Join us on December 4th at 4 PM CET (Central European Time) / 9 AM EST (U.S. Eastern Standard Time) to see how humidity can be measured reliably in high humidity environment. Our Product Engineer Joni Partanen will go through the essential theory, show how to select a suitable measurement method, and go through some practical examples, such as drying processes, turbine intake air and fuel cell related humidity measurement.
- Theory behind condensing environments
- Selecting the measurement method
- Practical examples:
- Energy-efficiency and quality control in processes such as ceramics and wood drying
- Optimizing gas turbine and engine performance by inlet air control
- Maximizing the efficiency of fuel cell lifetime by controlling humidification
- Questions & Answers
Who should attend?
Everyone who is working with industries including high humidity environments and interested in improved quality and energy-efficiency. Typically these needs are in industries using fuel cells, dryers, HVAC systems, turbines or other industries where demanding air monitoring is important.
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Webinar speaker: Joni Partanen
Joni Partanen is a Product Engineer at Vaisala focusing on humidity and dew point measurement instruments. He has over 13 years of experience in process industry measurement technology and instrumentation. Joni holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Automation Technology.