DryCheck Self-Contained Dew-Point Instrument

Affordable instrument with good accuracy & stability

DryCheckThe DryCheck uses Michell Instruments’ Easidew On-Line to measure dew-point in the range ???100 to + 20 ??C dew-point, or moisture content in the range 0-3000 ppmv.

The DryCheck utilizes Michell???s advanced Ceramic Moisture Sensor providing accurate and stable measurement. The calibration data for each sensor is stored within the transmitters??? flash memory.

This allows Michell to offer the unique Sensor Exchange program, keeping calibration costs and downtime to an absolute minimum.

Features:

  • Integrated instrument and sampling system
  • Simple installation
  • Wide measurement range
  • Dew point or moisture content
  • Analog output, display and dual alarms
  • NEMA 12 (IP65) enclosure

The DryCheck system was designed by Michell Instruments in response to demands from customers for an economic instrument package with good accuracy and stability, inclusive of a comprehensive sampling system, which could be easily installed for use in a number of dew-point measurement applications.

In air drying and many other applications a cost effective and reliable hygrometer that is quick and simple to install is vital to ensure that dew-point measurement can be made at the point of use.

Michell Instruments is a worldwide leader in the field of moisture and humidity measurement solutions. With over 30 years experience, Michell designs and manufactures a wide range of transmitters, instruments and system solutions capable of measuring dew-point, humidity and oxygen in a vast range of applications and industries ranging from compressed air, power generation, process, oil and gas, pharmaceutical and many more.

Michell Instruments Inc
319 Newburyport Turnpike
Suite 207
Rowley, MA 1969
USA

T. 978-484-0005
us.info@michell.com
www.michell.com

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If you would like more information please contact:

Lindsay Zappala
Michell Instruments Inc.
319 Newburyport Turnpike
Suite 207
Rowley, MA 01969

Telephone 978-484-0005
lindsay.zappala@michell.com