Posts Tagged ‘thermal range expander’

Selecting the Right DP Level Device for the Temperature Conditions

Posted in Level on Tuesday, September 12th, 2017. No comments yet
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With the season in change from summer to autumn here in the northern hemisphere, let’s look at differential pressure (DP) level measurement performance at various temperature ranges and particularly at cold weather performance. This quick 2:35 YouTube video, DP Level Solutions Optimized for Cold Climates: Improved Response Time, highlights the importance of selecting the right […]

Level Measurement for High Process-Low Ambient Temperature Applications

Posted in Level on Wednesday, January 21st, 2015. 2 comments so far
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In an earlier post, Avoiding Cold Climate Measurement Challenges, we mentioned a thermal range expander for differential pressure (DP) level measurement, which can be applied in application with higher process temperatures and lower ambient temperatures. Emerson’s Josh Hernandez shared with me a recent video posted to YouTube, Rosemount 3051S Thermal Range Expander (4:09 runtime). The […]

Avoiding Cold Climate Measurement Challenges

Posted in Level on Wednesday, January 7th, 2015. 3 comments so far
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For those here in North America, there is a good chance you’re braving extremely cold weather today. The Weather Channel captures the situation well in a post, Arctic Cold Blast Continues; Wind Chill Alerts For Over Half U.S. Population. And Canada makes this appear balmy. Back at the Emerson Exchange conference in Orlando this past […]