Accurate and Reliable Temperature Measurement Webinar

by | Oct 1, 2014 | Event, Measurement Instrumentation, Services, Consulting & Training, Temperature

Jim Cahill

Jim Cahill

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Temperature measurements can be some of the most critical measurements in many production processes. Inaccuracies can impact safety, quality, efficiency, and reliability.

David Anderson Senior Temperature Measurement Engineer

David Anderson
Senior Temperature Measurement Engineer

Emerson’s David Anderson is holding a webinar on October 14 at 9:00 am US/Central time to offer insight for gaining higher accuracy and reliability in your temperature measurements. He’ll discuss how better and more consistent process measurement can help avoid these issues. He brings over a decade of experience in temperature measurement and will share some of the best practices learned over this time.

Temperature-Measurement-webThe webinar will be structured with 30 minutes of presentation followed by 20 minutes to address questions from the listeners. In the presentation portion, David will share how to:

  • Achieve the highest measurement accuracy, signal reliability and stability
  • Ensure a cost effective installation
  • Avoid adverse transmitter performance

Register today and bring David your temperature measurement questions for this October 14 webinar.

You can also connect and interact with other temperature specialists in the Temperature track of the Emerson Exchange 365 community.

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