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Optical measurements of SO2, SO3 and other gases

A focused beam of light shoots across the stream and the spectral traces that process gases leave are analysed

Flame detectors protect metal production plants

Requirements for manufacturing high grade steel components create a variety of special fire hazards

Entry level industrial camera

Cameras have industrial-grade rating of 10G vibration and 80G shock which makes them suited to applications requiring repetitive camera movement or on robotics/unmanned vehicles

Interlocks minimise opportunities for human error

Interlocking systems are vital to ensure that process operations occur in the correct sequential order. Minimising the possibility of human error, they protect workers from injury and property from damage. Sean Ottewell reports

Understanding sensors within a fluid control system

Kieran Bennett looks at the range of sensors available, the different technologies used in their design and how the application affects the specification

Process gas trend analysis

Hiden HMT residual gas analyser is conceived to offer a single partial pressure gauge to operate through the full vacuum spectrum

Kit turns column level indicators electronic

Installation of the SLCK kit enables control of minimum and maximum level or operation of an alarm/light at the reference positions

Measuring viscosity wirelessly

If precise mixing is a crucial process variable, viscosity measurement may be the most accurate way to ensure optimum performance. But rotating mixers can lead to very tangled wiring, so here Mark Ingham looks at wireless options

New multi-pyrometer system with data logging

Calex Electronics launches its latest touchscreen pyrometer hub

Portable non-contact thermometers

AMETEK Land has launched the latest update to its Cyclops family of portable, high-precision, non-contact thermometers – the Cyclops L

Cellular-wide temperature remote I/O for remote monitoring

Moxa's ioLogik W5340-HSPA is a wide temperature cellular remote I/O device for remote monitoring applications over mobile networks

Thermal imaging in food processing

The need to accurately monitor the temperature of foods in the cooking, chilling and freezing processes has made thermal imaging the quality control method of choice for many manufacturers. Chris Brown reports

Process visualisation in hazardous areas

Explosion-proof panel PCs for the onsite control and visualisation of processes make machinery user-friendly, highly available, and cost effective

Thermal imaging in food processing

The need to accurately monitor the temperature of foods in the cooking, chilling and freezing processes has made thermal imaging the quality control method of choice for many manufacturers. Chris Brown reports

Dual channel transmitter independently measures two liquid process parameters

Measure any two channels combining pH, conductivity, resistivity, ORP, specific ion and dissolved oxygen

Wireless handheld thermometer and core temperature recorder

Measures the internal temperature of food items and liquids using an insertion probe

Application flexibility with guided wave radar

New product family of Sitrans LG radar level transmitter uses guided waves; also suitable for use in hygienic applications and in harsh environments

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