Measuring the temperature of bread and pastry dough while mixing is difficult at best with conventional contact thermocouple probes, due to breakage and possible contamination of the food. However, the temperature is quite important since too high a temperature will… Read more »
Exergen Global today announced two new family members to its AutoSmart IRt/c sensor line being the M4 and M4SV editions. The AutoSmart Transmitter is the first transmitter in the world capable of fully calibrating Exergen IRt/c sensors to provide unprecedented… Read more »
Even bad times can be good. We just received the exciting news that Exergen Global has been given the top ten sensor company award by Enterprise Technology Review. “This award is especially satisfactory, as we specialize in only… Read more »
Bram Stelt, CEO of Exergen Global Industrial Sales Across industries, maintaining a specific temperature is critical for a variety of applications, from research and development to production to process monitoring. Doing so enables the various processes to deliver the highest… Read more »
Exergen Global today announced that its IRt/c.10, infrared unpowered sensors with a field of view of 10:1, are being used to measure the temperature of snowy, icy, grungy surfaces by over 20 complex meteorological stations in Kazakhstan. The meteorological… Read more »
Measuring the temperature of bread and pastry dough while mixing is important since too high a temperature will cause too much rise, resulting in holes in the baked product, and too low a temperature will not allow the dough to rise sufficiently, resulting in a baked product that is flat.
First, we hope you continue to be safe and healthy. It’s been a trying 2 months, and it’s not over yet. On March 31, Charlie Baker, the governor of the state of Massachusetts, extended the order requiring all “nonessential” businesses… Read more »
The AutoSmart Transmitters not only delivers accuracy that is 10 times better than standards on infrared sensors with the same output, it also provides repeatability of ± 0.01% °C.