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CDC Storage Temp Change

Posted on July 20, 2016

Shared by Madge tech, the CDC has changed the storage temperature for vaccines. The lower end of the range was increased from 35°F to 36°F, and prefers that the indication be displayed in °F.  The Madge tech article shares:  "The.CDC does stress, however, that all digital data loggers (DDLs) used for vaccine temperature monitoring should have their Fahrenheit temperature range and alarms reprogrammed to reflect the shift."  

That sounds like an important point.

 CDC Tool Kit

Here is the entire CDC Tool Kit Document - it's actually fascinating..

 

It may not seem that 1°F change will matter, but if the CDC is concerned enough to make a 1°F change in the recommendation, it would seem prudent that the sensor supports this level of system performance.  Burns Engineering agrees that the data loggers and readout devices be programmed appropriately as well as calibrated periodically.

 

The data confidence is only as good as the measurement provided.  The Engineers at Burns strongly recommends that the sensors in the system be verified periodically to ensure consistent performance and confidence in the recorded data.  Here is a Technical Paper regarding RTD Periodic Verification and a second paper with a few insights on Installation to Reduce Errors.  

 

If the CDC is concerned about 1°F, your confidence needs to be based on 0.25°F.  This is achievable with wise sensor selection, installation techniques, and verification methods.

 

 

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Field Adaptable Sensors

Posted on June 1, 2016

The E03 for use in a thermowell with threaded, position-able, fitting Our recent communciation about: 

The Most Field Adaptable Sensors on the Market.

 Veiw the document

 

Curious about the Series E - Field Adjustable RTDs and Thermocouples?  Call or drop us a note - we'd love to hear from you.  [ info(at)burnsengineering.com ]

 

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Internet of Things - IoT

Posted on April 5, 2016

Internet - Connected to Life

IoT, IIoT, etc.; a fascinating revolution in the world of industrial data accessibility and knowledge. 

 

An explosion of 'bandwagon riders' are integrating nearly every device, system and communication method with nearly every byte of available information. 

Knowledge - immediate knowledge - is power and confidence.  Or is it?? 

 

Certainly this IoT tidal-wave will enable access to more information than ever before so assessments, analysis and decisions can be implemented immediately with the results delivered to your smart phone for instant feedback.  This is truly amazing! 

 

Lots of Data

You may have heard the same phrase that I recall from my days of old when card stacks were used to program computers, (yep, that was a long time ago)

"Garbage in - Garbage out"

The Burns mantra related to this transformational trend, IoT, is "Confidence in - Confidence out".  The team at Burns Engineering is truly energized by the IoT juggernaut that is happening in the world.   We are humbled and ecstatic about our critical contribution to IoT.  All the data in the world, and the process industry can generate A LOT of data, is only as valuable as the level of confidence in the sources of the ‘Data’. 

 

It has always been core to the Burns Mission [To ensure temperature measurement confidence] as well as our Vision  [Make a difference through Temperature Measurement Expertise] to provide the most appropriate sensor and guidance on installation to achieve a measurement that truly represents the actual process being measured. (Available Technical Papers)  Burns Engineering is  ready for the IoT, IIoT, PIoT (personal), xIoT (TBD), and every other variant.  We promise to stay committed to ensuring that the temperature data provided through our sensors is data the IoT oriented process engineers can take confident action on and trust the results.

 

Here are a couple of articles recently in the swirl that provide an interesting look at the IoT phenomenon.

Post by Control Global | Post by Accredent |Posted by SensorsMag (security) | IoT World Event

 

Jump on and enjoy the confidence and the swirl.

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OEM Relationships

Posted on January 5, 2016

The products we provide, whatever the application, must provide a measurement that truly represents the process, be durable and stable, and ensure confidence in the process / product quality.

Our OEM Relationships also expect us to be an effective part of their supply chain, perform even better than they do, be flexible and agile, and focus on continuous improvement that helps them be successful.  We are committed to our role as an extension of their business, providing a Quarterly Report Card showing how we are doing and how we are working to always do better.

 

We love and appreciate all our customers - working hard for their success. Here is a sample of Burns - Supplier ScoreCard.Our Performance - Your success

 

 

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Custom Sensor Solution

Posted on November 11, 2015

For over 55 years the Engineers at Burns have found effective solutions to temperatrue measurement needs when a standard part just isn't the right answer.  This is the fun part of being Temperature Measurement Experts.  Leveraging 1000's of designs and processes, there is nearly always a creative and cost effective answer to even the most challenging measurement applications.

Non-Standard and effective

 

Available in our Industrial Sensor section - a couple Custom Industrial RTDs:

 

 

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Quick Connect RTDs

Posted on May 4, 2015

New From Burns.  Sensors with all the perfromance the market has come to expect from Burns with flexibility and confident connections to make your measurements plug-and-play easy.

                                              

View, Configure and Request a Quote:

Quick Connect Catalog

Sanitary RTDs in Direct Immersion , Non-Intrusive, and Flush Mount designs

Industrial RTDs in Direct Immersion, Variable Length, and Spring Loaded designs

Series C Cordsets

T12 Quick Connect In-Line Transmitter

 

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ISO-9001 Registered!

Posted on January 20, 2015

Over this past year the team at Burns has worked hard to advance our Quality System, our procedures and practices to achieve ISO-9001 Registration.  This is not only a great addition to our ISO-17025 Accreditation, but an example of our continued commitment to our customers.

Link to Burns Engineering Certificates

ISO-9001-Logo

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Featured Product; Sensor Style D, G, P

Posted on January 13, 2015

Direct Immersion style sensors are an effective choice when response time is critical and system size doesn't allow for a thermowell.

 

 

> Catalog Spread of the D, G, P style

 

‘D’ Style Application

Straight sheath available on series 300 only. Allows pass through in tight locations.

‘G’ Style Application

Addition of the transition fitting improves moisture resistance. Recommended where humidity is high.

‘P’ Style Application

Quick disconnect plug allows use with multiple readouts and portable equipment.

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We are Curious!

Posted on December 3, 2014

?  Please respond to this 1 Question Poll.

The Engineering team Burns would really like to know what is MOST important to you?  

You will see the immediate results and in about a week the final results will be posted.

I bet you are curious as well.

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Series E

Posted on November 26, 2014

New from Burns Engineering - Series E; Flexible, Adjustable, Adaptable, and available NOW!

The E01 - cut to nearly any length in the field for quick replacement in most processes. 

The E02 - removeable segments provide length adjustments for thermowell installations.

The E03 - incorporates durable Armor for flexability in tough environments.

All models have multiple connection chioices to make the Series E the ultimate in adaptability.

Links:

The Catalog

Configure the Series E item that fits your needs

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