NEW PressureSyn With Safety Built in


PressureSyn NEW safety reactor

PressureSyn NEW safety reactor

Isleham, UK — Asynt announces PressureSyn, the new, state-of-the-art, 125 ml working volume high pressure reactor that uniquely combines outstanding performance, ease of use and the highest level of operational safety for users.

Designed by chemists and engineers at the internationally renowned University of Nottingham (UK), PressureSyn, reactors provide an ideal tool for stirred, or non-stirred, high pressure applications including hydrogenations, carbonylations, catalyst screening and polymerisations.

Precision engineered in the UK, from traceable, certified 316 stainless steel, the standard safety features of PressureSyn include a bursting disk and pressure relief valve. Continue reading

New High Resolution Thermal Camera Kit

FLIR A65sc, A35sc, A15sc and A5sc thermal camera kits



FLIR Thermal Camera Kit with Components

Meer, Belgium  –  FLIR Systems announces the FLIR A65sc, a new high resolution, high performance thermal camera addition to their range of high performance thermal camera kits for R&D applications.

The FLIR A65sc produces crisp thermal images of 640 x 512 pixels allowing you to analyse experiments in the finest detail.

Thermal imaging cameras can be used for a wide variety of R&D applications.

However, until now access to high performance thermal imaging was often the privilege of just larger R&D groups. Continue reading

Webinar: RTD or Thermocouple?

Learn the differences | Know how to decide

Webinar |Tuesday – 12 August 2014 | 9:00 am US CDT

RTD or Thermocouple

RTD or Thermocouple?

Online — In this Emerson Interactive webinar, you will learn the pros and cons of RTDs and thermocouples.

By the end, you will have a better understanding enabling you to make the best selection for your process.

Improve you knowledge. You will learn: Continue reading

Field verification of on-line hydrocarbon dew point measurements

A White Paper

transportable analyzer
Online — This white paper on Mitchell Instrument’s website takes an unbiased look at the reasons for carrying out field verifications of hydrocarbon dew point measurements, and the benefits of each of the currently available options.

Hydrocarbon Dew-Point (HCDP) temperature is a critical parameter in determining the quality of natural gas.

High levels of heavy hydrocarbons in natural gas present possible safety issues and may cause damage to pipeline transmission systems and jeopardize operation of gas turbines. Continue reading

Global Aerogel Market: Forecast, 2013 – 2020

Aerogel is a thermal insulation

BMR_logoPortland OR, USA — According to a new report by Big Market Research “Global Aerogel Market (Raw Material Type, Forms, Applications, Geography) – Industry Analysis, Trends, Share, Opportunities and Forecast, 2013- 2020”.

The report projects the global aerogel market to have a market size of $1,896.6 million by 2020, registering a CAGR of 36.4% during 2014 – 2020. North America and Europe together would share about two-third of the revenue by 2020.

The market volume is forecast to reach 953.1 million sq ft by the year 2020. One interesting fact is, 85% of the global aerogel production services are finished in Europe and North America. Continue reading

The 6 Most Important Parts of a Temperature Monitoring System

A CAS DataLoggers White Paper


Simple Insulated Wire Thermocouple Assembly

Online  –  Increasingly businesses and healthcare organizations are using temperature monitoring systems to safeguard their products and satisfy regulatory demands.

You may know that you need a monitoring and/or alarming system but aren’t sure how to purchase or use one.

To complicate matters this technology comes in the form of many different models with different features.

Whether you’re a purchasing agent or you’re going to be the end user, you can ensure that you’re getting the right system by learning a bit about the most important parts.

At CAS DataLoggers they’ve put together a basic tutorial covering the 6 parts to a typical Temperature Monitoring System so you can choose which is best for your application.

Consider each of these six factors when specifying/selecting a temperature monitoring/datalogging  system: Continue reading

NEW High Temp Thermal Barrier Data Logging System

OMEGA Introduces Data Logging System OM-CP-THERMOVAULT 140

OM-CP-THERMOVAULT140:High Temperature Thermal Barrier Data Logging System


Stamford CT, USA — The submersible  OM-CP-THERMOVAULT 140 includes a data logger inside the protective thermal enclosure and can withstand temperatures up to 350 °C (662 °F) for 140 minutes continuously in dry air.

The OM-CP-THERMOVAULT 140 is small in size with a 63 mm (2.5”) diameter.

Ideal for use in harsh environments that require extreme temperature monitoring, such as with furnace profiling, geothermal down-hole recording, autoclave validation, and oven data logging. Continue reading