To ensure that the correct blood temperature is maintained from start to finish, the amount of heat applied to the blood must be tightly controlled and be adjusted to the flow and inlet temperature of the donor blood.
IRt/c infrared thermocouples can accurately control the temperature of rotating and moving stainless steel heaters common in the packaging industry, without touching the heaters. Typically, uncoated stainless steel heaters are difficult for IR sensors to measure reliably because of reflected… Read more »
We like our food to be as fresh as can be. Vacuum-Sealing
packaging can extend the shelf life of food products by
preventing exposure to the natural atmosphere, thereby
slowing down the microbial deterioration of the product.
Infrared temperature sensors or IR Sensors function in a similar way: they detect infrared radiation and convert it into a signal to process. Only infrared temperature sensors don’t pick up the visible light.
The Story of Alice’s Quest for Emissivity “It’s all done with mirrors!’’ “What do I see when I look in my mirror?” asked Alice. “I see myself, of course.” “But what about the mirror why can’t I see the mirror… Read more »
Thermometers are Must-Pack Items for Summer Travel Before they zip up the duffle bag or shut the suitcase, parents across the country have one more thing to pack before they head off for vacation this summer: an accurate thermometer. Reported… Read more »
The surface temperature of a “wet” substrate will change (rise) very slowly as constant heat is applied to the product. This occurs because the moisture in the substrate absorbs much of the heat energy as it evaporates.
A new national survey was recently conducted to explore methods of thermometry used in hospitals, patients’ thermometry preferences and a possible correlation between the way patients had their temperatures taken and satisfaction with their hospital experience.