Dewpoint gets new technologies

Combining proven sensing technology with modern electronics, Michell has launched a portable hygrometer for moisture content determination in compressed air and process gases. Designated Cermax, the device operates at +/-1 degrees C dewpoint between -60 and +20 degrees C, and +/-2 degrees C dewpoint from -100 to +60 degrees C, with resolution of +/-0.1 degrees […]

Combining proven sensing technology with modern electronics, Michell has launched a portable hygrometer for moisture content determination in compressed air and process gases.

Designated Cermax, the device operates at +/-1 degrees C dewpoint between -60 and +20 degrees C, and +/-2 degrees C dewpoint from -100 to +60 degrees C, with resolution of +/-0.1 degrees C – and is said to achieve this 50% faster than other units on the market.

* Meanwhile, the company’s new Transmet earns its place in the history books – as the first rugged, remote impedance dewpoint transmitter to offer full networking for up to 32 units. Aimed at end users and OEMs, it covers the dewpoint range -100 to +20 degrees C at temperatures form -30 to +60 degrees C with accuracy +/-1 degrees C dewpoint and +/-0.3 degrees C temperature.

Michell Instruments, Tel: 01223 424427; Fax: 426557.

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