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It sounds obvious, but what they really mean is ‘no design without a valid reason’ because they believe that too many companies add features to their products that do not add value for customers.
An expert article on the future of food, pt. 1.
The following article explains how cooling efficiencies can be implemented at energy-hungry data centers. It also describes the dramatic cost savings and improvements in environmental performance that are made possible by accurate measurements.
Choosing the most suitable measurement instrument requires an understanding of the factors that contribute to the uncertainty of a measurement. This in turn provides an understanding of what is stated in the specifications – and what is not.
Humidity measurement and control is called for in a wide variety of industrial applications. Each application has a different set of requirements for humidity instruments, such as required measurement range.
In this Q&A blog we take a look at what we mean when we talk about intrinsically safe devices, where they can be installed, and what other safety precautions need to be considered when using them.
High-humidity environments are tough for humidity measurement. Saturation in the environment causes condensation to form on all surfaces including measurement sensors, which can be fatal for some technologies.
Humidity sensors are among the most commonly used instruments in environmental monitoring applications. Why? Because they are one of the most important measurements to get right when looking to create comfortable, safe, and energy efficient environments.
Following on from our previous post on relative humidity (RH), let’s look at the second most commonly used humidity parameter – dew point temperature.
In the past, a psychrometer was a convenient device to measure humidity in an environment. In the modern world, the requirements for measurement accuracy and overall usability have changed.
The first step on the journey to mastering humidity parameters is to understand partial pressures.
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