Select Page

Unique in the world of temperature measuring technology

Unique in the world of temperature measuring technology
Smooth-running processes are essential for high process reliability and system availability in countless industries. In this article, we will provide an overview of a new self-calibrating temperature sensor, which will revolutionize the world of temperature measurement technology. This innovative technology will enable a rethink within the life sciences industry which will reduce costs, modernize workflows and significantly increase process reliability.

Measuring devices in the Life Sciences and Food & Beverage industries often require pluri-annual calibrations. Removing and reinstalling probes is a time-consuming and costly step, especially in large plants. TrustSens is the world’s first sensor capable of selfcalibration, making process disruption a thing of the past. Fully traceable, cyclical and during the active process, reducing the risk of undetected nonconformities to a minimum. Now, Endress+Hauser is launching the iTherm TrustSens TM37x. Specially developed for hygienic and aseptic applications, the thermometer enables seamless and traceable calibration in the ongoing process. Full automation makes very short calibration cycles without additional costs possible, which reduces the risk of unknown measured errors to a minimum (self-calibration before every batch). Plant downtimes will also drop significantly. The result is more output with simultaneously less effort, reduced costs and minimized risk thanks to seamless process verification.

Read the full article in our epaper:


Source: Endress+Hauser

Translate »

Cookies help us in providing our services. By using our services, you agree to be bound by cookies. Learn more

Die Cookie-Einstellungen auf dieser Website sind auf "Cookies zulassen" eingestellt, um das beste Surferlebnis zu ermöglichen. Wenn du diese Website ohne Änderung der Cookie-Einstellungen verwendest oder auf "Akzeptieren" klickst, erklärst du sich damit einverstanden.