Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Surface Heating for Analytical and Scientific Instrumentation

Cloth heater for Analytical and Scientific Instrumentation
Electric surface heating for
analytical and scientific
applications. (BriskHeat
In many research & development and laboratory applications, surface heat is required to successfully conduct experiments and tests. The heat may be required for a number of reasons:
  • Temperature Compensation - Varying results due to temperature fluctuation are eliminated when the temperature is constant over several repetitions or tests.
  • Vacuum Bake-out - Heat helps release moisture and impurities/particulates in a closed system to allow the test results to be more accurate and consistent.
  • Temperature Elevation - A higher temperature may be required to generate the desired results.
The document below, courtesy of BriskHeat, provides electric heating solutions for various laboratory applications where analytical and scientific apparatus require heat. You can also  download a PDF of "Surface Heating for Analytical and Scientific Instrumentation" here.

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Friday, August 17, 2018

UniCond Sensor Measures Conductivity of Water with Varying Purity Levels & Temperatures

Unicond Sensor
UniCond Sensor
As the video below will show you, Mettler Toledo Thornton's UniCond sensors provide three significant advantages over other conductivity sensors:

1) Unmatched Accuracy - a self-contained measuring circuit which produces a robust output digital signal that is reliable over very long cable and certified factory calibration and temperature compensation with ASTM traceability stored in the sensor's internal memory to ensure highest installed accuracy out of the box.

2) Widest Rangeability - A single 2-electrode UniCond sensor can measure from ultrapure water all the way up to sea water with high accuracy. This significantly simplifies the specification, installation and spare parts inventory for water treatment systems. 4-electrode UniCond sensors cover the higher conductivity ranges of acid and base ion exchange regeneration chemicals.

3) Maintenance-free Performance - Mettler Toledo Thornton conductivity sensors for pure water provide high accuracy measurements with widely spaced electrodes that do not trap ion exchange resin particles, corrosion particles or bubbles, and yield more reliable, maintenance-free operation than with other sensors.

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Thursday, August 2, 2018

Operating Principles of the Jogler Model ILT-6000 Magnetostrictive Level Transmitter

The Jogler ILT-6000 Direct Insertion Magnetostrictive Level Transmitter is a loop powered non-contact level measurement device that can be installed directly into a process vessel. Utilizing the magnetostrictive principle and time-of-flight calculations allow the ILT-6000 to provide a fast and accurate measurement of float position and, ultimately, liquid level in the gauge. The ILT-6000 is installed in an isolation well assembly allowing the transmitter to be removed, serviced, or replaced with no process interruption.

The video below briefly explains how it operates:


ILT-6000 FEATURES
  • 2 wire, loop powered (24VDC nominal)
  • LCD Display (4-20mA, %, in, and/or cm)
  • Generic HART communication
  • Quick-Cal function for simple recalibration
  • Isolated from process pressure
  • Long Measuring Lengths (up to 35ft)
  • Isolation Well assembly
  • Dual level outputs (total level and interface)
  • Epoxy-Coated Aluminum Enclosure
  • Class I, Division 1, Groups A, B, C, D
  • Class II and Class III, Division 1, Groups E, F, G
  • Class I, Division 2, Groups A, B, C, D
  • Class II and Class III, Division 2, Groups E, F, G
  • Intrinsically Safe Class I / II / III, Division 1, Groups A, B, C, D, E, F, G
  • NEMA 4X
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