In many IRt/c installations, such as paint curing, web drying, printing, etc., the temperature control system must be able to accurately measure materials with a variety of colors. Ideally the same calibration set-up would be used for all colors, rather… Read more »
The Challenge Infrared temperature sensors are ideally suited for use in manufacturing, textiles, printing and other production settings. They provide a highly effective solution to ensure machinery does not overheat or otherwise malfunction. Oil, thread, dust, airborne chemicals and other… Read more »
General Information Flags, carpet, tiles and everything else that is printed on Large Format Printers with protective paint needs to be completely dried, cured or fixated before the end-products can be cut, folded, or otherwise worked on. Depending on the… Read more »
Like the IRt/c Infrared Thermocouple, the pit viper has the ability to “see” infrared radiation.
Pit vipers comprise a family of snakes that share a sophisticated thermal adaptation that stems from the evolution of specialized pit organs located near their eyes.
Exergen Non-Contact Sensor Plays Key Role in NeuWave Medical’s Certus® 140 Cooling System NeuWave Medical Inc. develops devices that deliver energy to the human body to treat a variety of serious medical conditions. The company’s Certus® 140 Microwave Ablation System… Read more »
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.