Measuring Temperature in Small Lines | May 9th, 2012, Noon (CST)
Online: — From Burns Engineering in the USA: Confident temperature measurements are influenced by the specific application. In this session on Measuring Temperature in Small Diameter Lines, Bill will offer various approaches to minimize obstructions and achieve the measurement you need.
Join this session as they discuss:
– Basic physical principles
– Key factors in selection
– Installation details
Invite others you work with to this interactive session, designed to get to the details that are most important to you and your process temperature measurements.
Missed a session or need a refresher?
Access previous session overviews:
- Selection and Application
- Temperature Measurement Q & A
- RTD Vs Thermocouple
- RTD Calibration- Why, When, How
- Optimizing Temperature Measurements
- Temperature in Small Diameter Lines
- Thermowell Selection & Application
- A Case for Calibration Verification
About Burns Engineering
Since 1960, Burns Engineering has been an industry leader in the design and manufacture of temperature sensors and transmitters for the process and OEM industries. During that time, product quality and customer service along with innovative engineering have been top priorities in the Burns Engineering business philosophy. We have perfected the most frequently installed designs and have thousands of different configurations to choose from, ready for quick delivery.
Burns Engineering Inc.
0201 Bren Rd. E. Minnetonka, MN 55343
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