Temperature Monitoring Articles

  • How Does a Thermal Flowmeter Work?

    A thermal flowmeter works by measuring the total mass flow rate of a fluid flowing through a pipe or duct. In a thermal flowmeter’s simplest working configuration, fluid flows past a heated thermal sensor and a temperature sensor. As the molecules of the fluid flow past the heated thermal sensor, heat is lost to the flowing fluid. The thermal sensor cools down while the temperature sensor ...


    By Sierra Instruments, Inc.

  • Valeport Supports Search for New Marine Discoveries

    Valeport’s latest CTD profiler is supporting scientists with leading edge research to expand knowledge of marine biodiversity. The fastCTD profiler has been designed to deliver the ...


    By Valeport Ltd

  • Maintenance Tips: Thermocouples

    Keeping air pollution control equipment properly maintained is essential for meeting regulatory requirements and efficient operation. Here on the CPI blog, we regularly share tips on maintaining your systems, which requires replacing components on a yearly basis. Today we're taking a closer look at the importance of replacing ...

  • A matter of degrees

    LumaSense Technologies’ E2T product manager, David Ducharme, explains why accurate temperature measurement is critical in a modified Claus sulphur reactor. There are two critical temperatures required for the safe and efficient operation of a sulphur furnace... Download the article ...


    By LumaSense Technologies, Inc.

  • How Not to Lose Cadmium While Measuring?

    Today cadmium finds a better usage than a hundred years ago. For example, metal cadmium plating is used for anticorrosion coatings that are more stable than zinc, nickel and tin-plated. Cadmium plating of steel parts gives greater resistance to corrosion, especially in sea water. About 20% of cadmium goes to the manufacture of cadmium electrodes used in ...


    By Lumex Instruments Group

  • High temperature pneumatic conveyance solution - Case Study

    Overview A North American catalyst supplier was experiencing excess leakage from the dual 18" rotary airlock valve series in their dilute phase pneumatic conveyance system supporting a high temperature alumina application. The Problem The client's high temperature industrial process was frequently disrupted by excess wear to the adjustable shoe on the end of ...


    By Wm. W. Meyer & Sons, Inc.

  • Modeling caffeine adsorption by multi-walled carbon nanotubes using multiple polynomial regression with interaction effects

    Permanent monitoring of environmental issues demands efficient, accurate, and user-friendly pollutant prediction methods, particularly from operating variables. In this research, the efficiency of multiple polynomial regression in predicting the adsorption capacity of caffeine (q) from an experimental batch mode by multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWCNTs) was investigated. The MWCNTs were ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Smart LED display for lottery retailer

    Who does not dream of the big lottery win making all wishes come true at once? With a fourfold or a fivefold jackpot even people normally not interested in gambling are tempted by the prospect of the high profit. Therefore, the application and communication of such a jackpot is essential for the Austrian lotteries. Optimization of the jackpot marketing Moving luminous elements, ...

  • Do you know our new sensor for traffic management applications yet?

    After a year of development work, the new Lufft stationary road weather sensor StaRWIS (Stationary Road Weather Information Sensor) is now market-ready. It can be mounted at measuring distances of 5 to 6 meters above the road and is based on the award-winning LED technology we already used for the mobile road weather sensor ...

  • Single-Cell RNA Sequencing in a fast and inexpensive format

    Sterlitech Corporation’s unique track-etch polycarbonate membrane filters are helping MIT Researchers pioneer a faster and less expensive means of identifying key genes turned on in response to infection or diseases, as featured in the February 13 issue of Nature Methods from the Shalek and Love Labs at ...


    By Sterlitech Corporation

  • Tech Tip: SeaFET/SeapHOx pH Pre-conditioning

    The SeaFET/SeapHOx must condition to the deployment environment for at least 48 hours before pH data is considered reliable. The Shallow SeaFET’s external pH sensor must be powered and exposed to the deployment site’s water for 2–5 days before obtaining quality data. You will often see the external pH gradually rise until it meets the internal reference pH within ~0.05 pH after ...

  • Case study - Buoy-based temperature profiling in the Bavarian Lakes

    In summertime a temperature stratification occurs in deep lakes – the surface water is warm, but deep down the water is cold.  This has considerable influence on the nutrient balance and the biological habitat in these lakes. Due to generally higher air temperatures induced by the climate change, both change and have effects on the life conditions of the ecosystems in the lakes. ...


    By The OTT Hydromet Group

  • How to identify the resolution & accuracy of a sensor

    When it comes to measuring things like slope stability, bridge sag and sway or the control of a high speed train, nothing is more important than precision. It’s always a microradian or micro g that can mean the difference between a normal day in the office and a nightmare. Resolution and accuracy are two specifications that are important to know for precision sensing, but what exactly is ...


    By Jewell Instruments LLC

  • Chemically modified chitosan polymers for bromate removal

    Bromate is a harmful byproduct formed during drinking water disinfection processes. In this work, adsorption of bromate by natural chitosan and its chemically modified polymers has been investigated. Bromate adsorption was found between 22.73 mg/g and 43.48 mg/g. Adsorbents were analysed by Fourier transform infrared-ATR spectroscopy. It is suggested that chemical adsorption is the main ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Experimental study on the effect of temperature and flux conditions on moisture distribution in vadose zone soil

    Moisture distribution in vadose zone soil is the most important parameter for land productivity and vegetation status of ecological systems, and is sensitive to temperature variation. In this study, laboratory scale tests were conducted to determine the effect of temperature on variation in moisture distribution in covered and uncovered conditions. The results indicated that soil moisture from ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Safe Landings Whatever the Weather: Lufft Sensors on Airports

    Pilots, air traffic controllers and airport operators do their best to make air travel safer and more efficient. Sometimes, however, flight security depends on external factors we can hardly influence. This especially refers to risky weather conditions: Strong winds, icy cold or strong precipitation can have serious consequences. On average, 23% of all aircraft accidents and 68% of canceled ...

  • Tech Tip: Deploying Sea-Bird CTD in Ice

    Large numbers of Sea-Bird conductivity instruments have been used in Arctic and Antarctic programs. Special accommodation to keep temperature, conductivity, oxygen, and optical sensors at or above 0° C is advised. Often, the CTD is brought inside protective doors between casts to achieve this. Conductivity Cell When freezing is possible, we ...

  • Making your production work – key questions to ask

    The following is from an editorial feature published in the leading journal Process & Control, September 2016 There’s nothing quite like production downtime or a process heating and cooling system that’s struggling to cope to give engineering and production managers a headache. But there’s a wide range of ways to tackle the problem without reaching for the paracetamol. ...


    By Gus Pech Mfg. Co., Inc.

  • Freezing Temperatures Could Place Commercial Properties in Hot Water

    With another frigid winter on the way, frozen cooling tower valves and pipe leaks are likely to wreak havoc on commercial property water usage. “As temperatures dropped below zero last year, we began receiving dozens of calls from property managers about their cooling tower’s solenoid valve freezing in the fill position and water continuously flowing out,” states David ...


    By WaterSignal

  • Case study - Measuring gases in AD and landfill – which is the right product for your application

    With over 30 years’ experience in the landfill and biogas sector, Geotech is synonymous with gas analysis, supplying monitoring equipment to over half of the UK biogas and landfill market, with a further 4000 portable gas analysers sold throughout the world.  Geotech’s product portfolio is tailored to satisfy a multitude of environmental monitoring requirements; our clients tell ...


    By Geotech

Need help finding the right suppliers? Try XPRT Sourcing. Let the XPRTs do the work for you