You require an accurate, reproducible pyrometer for research, to assure consistent, quality products, or to develop new products, processes, and diagnostics. All types of radiation pyrometers are available, but which one is right for your application? A brightness pyrometer? A ratio pyrometer? A multi-wavelength pyrometer? How will you know?
Up to now you've had little help in answering these questions. Pyrometer specifications refer to ideal targets. When you've needed to make real-world measurements you've been on your own. What's the emissivity (or the relative emissivity)? Does it change with composition, temperature, processing, or time? Does the environment interfere? If you can't answer these questions, your pyrometer should. If it does not, you must suffer the consequences. To production this means lower yields and poorer quality than expected; to research it means a missed opportunity.
The novel pyrometer that we developed, patented, and market needs no prior knowledge of the target or environment. It can make do with a fractional, obstructed view of the target. This new instrument has a unique feature — the tolerance — that tells you the accuracy of each temperature determination. This means that you instantly know the quality of your measurement. No other pyrometer can make this claim. With our device we can solve your problem once and for all so you can go on to what you do best.
Expert system multi-wavelength pyrometers for temperatures from 300-4000°C.
On-site measurements. We will come to your site with all the appropriate equipment to resolve your temperature measurement problems.
Equipment rental, for the following needs:
Calibration of pyrometers, NIST-traceable, from 100-3000°C.
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