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Sanitary Temperature Measurement Accuracy and Selection

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

What You Will Learn: 

  • Why the RTD is the sensor of choice for sanitary applications
  • Measurement Accuracy Basics
  • RTD placement, protection, performance and service life
  • Sanitary process connection choices for RTDs
  • Special sanitary solutions for tough applications
  • Connection heads, transmitters and accessories
  • Care and calibration of sanitary RTDs

Who Should Attend:

  • Pharm/Biotech Manufacturing and Research Engineers
  • Process, Quality and cGMP Personnel
  • Metrology and Calibration Personnel
  • Maintenance Techs

Bill Hopler of Industrial Controls has a BS Degree in Electrical Engineering from Rutgers University.  Prior to Bill’s 15 years at Industrial Controls, he worked as a sales engineer for Honeywell’s Process Management Division for 13 years.  Bill teaches seminars on Flow Technology, Industrial Wireless Solutions, Gas Detection, Humidity Measurements and Radar Level Technology.

Bill Bergquist, Sr. Applications Engineer at Burns Engineering, has been involved with aerospace, industrial and laboratory temperature measurement for 28 years.  Bill’s main roles consisted of design, applications and sales of platinum resistance thermometers, thermocouples and transmitters.  Bill has presented numerous seminars on temperature measurement with RTDs and regularly broadcasts a webinar series called RTDology. 

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